New Apparel Developers’ Textile Tip Sheet at Concept III

Concept III, the NJ-based textile developer/supplier has added a ‘New Fabrics’ page to their site to keep customers in the know about key textile trends from the six partner mills with which it works.
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Concept III, the NJ-based textile developer/supplier has added a ‘New Fabrics' page to their site to keep customers in the know about key textile trends from the six partner mills with which it works: British Millerain (authentic and faux waxed cottons) Glenoit (sliver knits), Kingwhale (fleeces, microfibers, laminates) Melba Industries (merino, merino blend knits) (Nice Gain (sliver knits), Rentex (technical knits).
“Nothing can replace the prized face time we spend with each of our customers, nor replace seeing and touching textiles themselves,” explains Chris Parkes, Concept III national sales manager, “But we work with dozens of new textile concepts each season. We wanted to have critical trends be a just ‘click' away to aid our people when planning new product lines”.
The new page can be found at http://www.conceptiii.com/newfabrics/
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