Arabella | A New Step forward For Textile-to-textile Circulation: Weekly Brief News of Clothing Industry During June 11th-16th


Welcome back to Arabella’s weekly trendy news! Hope you guys enjoy your weekend especially for all the readers who have been celebrating Father’s Day.

Another week has passed and Arabella is ready for our next update. Last Thursday, 2 of our team members attended a business training session to enhance their selling skills and knowledge. Undoubtedly, this experience may open up new opportunities for their professional growth.

Continuous learning and growth are always core virtues of the Arabella Team, and we believed in sharing knowledge. Therefore, we have initiated this weekly news project share insights gained from the industry. So let’s dive into this week’s brief news!

Fabrics & Yarns


Global apparel manufacturing and technology group MAS Holdings and US materials company Ambercycle have announced a collaboration under a three-year procurement agreement, marking a significant step forward in the apparel industry’s push for high-quality materials made from recycled textiles and the textile-to-textile system.

Ambercycle has developed Cycora, a recycled polyester, which is the company’s first high-quality material made from wasted textiles. 



Luhta Sportswear Company’s brand Rukka has launched a new T-shirt made from SPINNOVA® fiber, available in two colors: dark blue and white. The T-shirt is a blend of 29% wood-based SPINNOVA® fiber, 68% cotton, and 3% elastane.

Annamaria Väli-Klemelä, Luhta’s Director of Sustainability, stated that the company aims to have a product line compliant with circular economy standards by 2040 and emphasized the importance of collaboration with Spinnova.

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At the same time, the innovative high-performance running and cycling apparel brand GOREWEAR has debut the new Ultimate Bib Shorts+, designed specifically for the most demanding road and gravel cycling. These bib shorts feature a custom-designed multi-layer 3D printed EXPERT N3X chamois, which offers superior technical properties compared to traditional foam pads. Additionally, the chamois is made from bio-based hydrophobic material and covered with recycled fabric on top, reducing environmental impact.


Based on the key color trends of 25/26, including naturalism, earthy tones, futuristic, and practicality, as well as the future trend of leisure products (T-shirts, hoodies, base layers, dresses, etc.), the global fashion trends network POP Fashion makes future fabric development trend predictions and provides key recommendations from the aspects of color, material, and fabric texture.

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Stay tuned and we will update more latest industry news and products for you!

Post time: Jun-18-2024