Speedo team with Samsung gear fit2 pro, gear motion swimming tracker

Samsung is diving down to wearable computers, announcing a partnership with iconic Australian manufacturer Speedo swimwear, which produces a range of swimming related costumes that automatically track your every move in water.


In the huge IFA Electronics Show in Berlin, Samsung announced two new equipment, waterproof, exercise smart watch gear fit2 occupation sports belt and gear, and Speedo will be “on” application to track the number of rings, lap time and type of stroke, they wear in the swimming pool.

Samsung has announced that the gear S4 gear S3, its popular SmartWatch update, but announced gear movement, the equivalent of a smaller, more movement of the gear S3 and gear fit2 version, Pro, both of which will withstand water pressure five, Samsung said.

The barometric pressure of the five barometric pressure is approximately 50 meters below the surface of the water.

In the application of the device to transmit data to the Samsung Speedo existing applications of health tracking program, Samsung’s health, so the user does not need to track their swimming separately from other activities, such as running, Samsung has been tracking equipment.

It will also allow athletes to measure their “swolf” or “swimming Golf”, which is a measure of stroke efficiency, as well as competition against other competitors through remote network challenges, Samung said.

“Our partnership with Samsung is one of them, fitness swimming athletes will bring innovation and Samsung Speedo the best provider of concentrated with a completely new track level,” said Rob Hicking, at the Speedo international brand director, in a statement.

It’s $549 and $329 in gear, gear motor fit2 Pro will also enhance the tracking rate compared to the previous models, Samsung said that the new heart rate monitor, it is located on the back of the device, the infrared measurement of the wrist blood flow, “the top line”.

Heart rate tracking has been a controversial area in the fitness tracking industry. Most devices strive to produce consistent results, especially when they try to measure the pulse of people who engage in strenuous activity. 2016, Fitbit, which claims to have the most accurate heart rate on market tracking technology, is used to report below the actual pulse, which will encourage people to exercise after a long time, they should stop, the lawsuit claims.

Worldwide sales of wearable devices such as smartwatches and fitness tracker is expected to 16.7 percentage points, than the 2016 growth in 2017, according to research firm gartner. The industry’s total revenue to reach $30 billion 700 million, and smartwatches accounted for about $1/3, or us9.3 billion, according to Gartner said.

Samsung gear movement will have the Super 1.2 inch AMOLED screen, a S3 gear less than 1.3 inches display shadow, and “20mm watchband durability and standard military level”, which means that, unlike Apple watches, sports gear may change with other custom swimwear manufacturers.

At the same time, the gear fit2 Pro will feature a 1.5 inch curved Super AMOLED display and a custom, sporty belt.

 

Samsung also said it has reached an agreement that will allow the music tracks with Spotify and Spotify to be stored in play from a fitness device, via Bluetooth headset, while the proximity of a handset is needed.
Samsung also announced updates to its running gear icon, X headphones, with improved battery life.

Gear fit2 Pro will be available in Australia in September 15th. Gear movement and Gear Icon X will be available from November 1st, with pre order opening in mid October, Samsung officials said.

The 50 year old company has just started a company run by 12 young women.

Swimming is an obvious choice on a hot summer day. However, all outdoor activities have one drawback: for swimwear fabrics, mostly synthetic materials – nylon, Lycra, and polyester, which fail to break. It gets worse: make waste from swimming suits, superfluous fabrics, and no decorations to get the right shape.

Headquartered in Orange County, the company has been in the St. Regis swimming Reef, Athena and other countries brand produces swimwear swimwear. In the swimwear industry for 50 years, they are considered a strong person. This summer, Raj swimming co CEO, Lisa Vogel and Alex Bhathal decided to experiment, thinking about how they can get into the Millennium emotion and build a more environmentally conscious swim line. They allow 12 Millennium team members, especially all women, to build a new brand: vyb (pronounced as “atmosphere”). All this proprietary brand swimwear comes from deadstock.

“I remember clearly, Yvonne Macias,” our assistant manager pointed to the colorful deadstock fabric. “Why don’t we take advantage of the fabric we already have?” In a flash, we had such an epiphany moment, and in general, we decided to take the vyb deadstock root as a brand, “says Holly Harshman, 29, director of marketing at vyb.

In essence, training a new brand – Raj, swimming, and potentially new companies – explains Britt, Hertel, 12 women in vyb. “Vyb as an extraordinary setting for a true extension of our group, we are able to make a brand because we have been producing luxury goods from the company that has been operating for 50 years. Different startup, vyb have foundation, because we have the expertise in place and the necessary resources in hand fabric, pattern maker, a distribution center, and so on.”

Vyb has an extra Library of 200000 yards of extra material. If fully converted, this allows 1 million 200 thousand units of swimming. Since its launch this spring, the company has produced 110 designs and a total line of more than 100000 units. Obviously, when a particular fabric is used up, the design will no longer be available. That doesn’t seem like a problem:

“Today’s millennials love to monopolize it and give them a sense of urgency, because once the fabric disappears, it disappears,” says Holly Swope, senior designer. In fact, many designs were sold out this summer, adding Hertel at swimspot, retail outlets exported by Raj.

Raj was the last American swimming swimwear manufacturer: most of the production in California, which further reduces the company’s carbon footprint. “We are not from overseas, helping to reduce our carbon footprint, shipping fabric,” Harshman said. “When it was quickly market reuse, existing fabrics eliminate color cards, process lengthy, strike accounts, and approvals.”

Of course, slow fashion, or sustainable fashion wear, may be expensive. So vyb promised to have a line of clothes and swimwear, dropping 50 dollars. “Our goal is to continue to lead the market in sustainable development and produce unique, limited edition swimming at a reasonable price,” Harshman said.

Although the company has responded positively from the customer, the vyb founder recognizes that making people care about fashion manufacturing is a long-term goal. “Consumer behavior is not going to change overnight, so it’s important to go back to our story, take quality products, affordable price points, influence the environment, and be responsible for purchasing,” said Hertel.

The vyb model, however, raises a simple question: building brands, giving free employee production lines, or incubating start-ups, driving their industries to sustainability? If vyb succeeds, not only will it benefit the environment (less fabric to the dustbin), but there will also be another source of revenue, its parent company, and a new type of customer.

Meet Linda Scott, a detail woman

Linda Scott doesn’t remember the last time she found herself attracted to a movie.

The film is a “hidden figure”, a story of African American female mathematicians who played a crucial role in the early days of the American space program. Women in the film are discriminated against and discriminated against in two ways: African Americans and women. The scene was familiar to Linda, for the memory of a long time had come to mind.

I worked with Linda in the West adult community center for several years and had meetings on Friday afternoons so she could turn the weekly gift shop sales into a Excel spreadsheet. She has been in the center for 10 years, most of them volunteers.

At different times, she served as a receptionist, bringing us together for three years, communicating and serving with friends boards as vice presidents of the two (four years). Not long ago, she had promised to make a replacement in our gift shop, and we could really use her talent. I think Linda is a very happy job: pleasant, precise, detail oriented, and committed to doing a good job, as a volunteer, who is paid.

Linda was a native, born on a farm in northern Eugene, where she attended primary and secondary schools. As the University approached, she initially thought of studying engineering at Oregon State University in Corvallis, but decided to attend the University of Oregon, where she majored in mathematics. Her adviser tried to persuade her to oppose the field and suggested a more appropriate thing for women, perhaps teaching. But Linda insisted on getting a degree in mathematics.

These are memories revived by watching movies. Still more. After graduation, she moved to Portland to apply for a position in computer programming. In the job interview after the interview, she was actually told that there was no job available for women in the field! Eventually, she found her first job, completed a new product inventory in Tektronix, and then entered the data. One was open to women. It was in the early 70s that before the desktop computer, there was only one system that occupied the entire room, which was an unimaginable time.

Later, she married and moved to Germany for two years. Her husband, an engineer, served in the army. They live in a small town called Gersfeld, in the eastern part of Germany, close to many ski areas. Here, they took part in many volkswalks, which was a non competitive group on foot excursions. It was soon exported to the United States, where it became popular. Walking, apart from reading and swimming, is still her favorite activity today.

Back in the United States, she was raising two daughters and volunteered to teach in a middle school. In addition to tutoring, she was quickly hired as a math teacher. She was still interested in engineering. She took many courses at the Portland Community College, where she became a math teacher. This is a post of Jantzen quality control specialist as a statistician and swimwear manufacturer (20 years) Then she stayed in the bookstore for a short time until she found her current job at the coin and currency counter maker Cummins Allison, mostly computer work (now nine years and several years).

When I asked Linda what she thought her greatest accomplishment was, she did not hesitate.

She said: “my daughter has been a strong, independent woman.”.”. In fact, as an engineer and another system analyst, they managed to thrive in a career that had been deprived of their mother. No wonder Linda is so proud of both of them.

This week the lunch menu features chicken roll, hummus, fried corn and peanut butter cookies on Friday, August 25th; Beef Stew, brown rice, zucchini and yellow squash and strawberry mousse on Monday, August 28th; chicken and wild rice soup, tomato sandwiches and cake cup on Wednesday, August 30th.

Why does this brand become the next Lululemon?

Leslie Denby has been looking for the right sportswear retail business in her brother’s fitness studio in Houston, frustrated in Texas. She is a buyer of the studio’s clothing department, and although she sees many options, many people don’t have the fit or the style she wants.

Denby isn’t exactly a newbie. She has worked at Chanel and has had some experience in fashion. “I want to create a clothing brand that covers a lot of need for high intensity workouts, yoga on athleisure,” she says. Denby named DYI defines your inspiration, based on studio names, defining the body and mind. The track was originally sold exclusively in the studio, but the brand is now sold in 400 stores across the country and has begun to be sold overseas.

Her brand is called a Lululemon because of its DYI leggings. Lululemon has become a famous yoga pants. The quality and fitness of the bottom make the brand a superstar. DYI par Lululemon leggings. The high waisted Leggings make you need it and need to smooth, smooth place. But the belt doesn’t dig in. It’s really comfortable.

Denby didn’t spend the night here. “I do the first round of Leggings is wrong. She said, “I’ve been digging until I’ve found the right fabric.” Then she added her fashion expertise to the design and came up with a practical and pleasing product for women of different sizes. Leggings collection of the most popular in the DYI project.

It turned out that the line was manufactured in Losangeles, but the problems caused by the distance were more than necessary. She realized that many people in Texas had set up shop in Houston. She now has a 10000 square foot factory and employs 30 people. “We are printing fabrics, cutting, sewing and shipping all from one location,” Denby said. This is rare for a garment line.

Managing a factory allows the board to create a new collection every month. Small studios like the ability to quickly refresh stores. In addition, all fabric prints are designed on site and printed in organic ink. “It’s very special for our team,” she added.”

A local sewing factory also created not in Texas and began to Denby to make its goods lost. The factory also produces baby clothes and swimsuits. Other fitness studios are customizing the print tanks for her, as they prompt them from the top of the popular soul cycle brand. Her production group is called the inspiration manufacturing group.

“I don’t think it will happen, and I can’t believe I would,” Denby said. “This is an ideal job.”. I really wake up every day and think it’s amazing. When you have this itch, you have to do it.”

Seafolly, aircraft, Republic of China: Australian beach brand by private equity

The scene is a luxurious India Palace on the foot of the Himalaya Range. Some 30 wealthy friends from Britain are celebrating their fortieth birthday. Spent the whole morning in the swimming pool, the group was called into the bar for lunch. At this point, all the people disappeared.

A member of the team is the London photographer Adam Brown. His friends hurried away to change them too tight or too loose swimwear to clothing more suitable for lunch, Brown noticed that women simply add a shirt, scarf or wear in their swimming athletes. Women are fashionable, relaxed, and elegant from the sun to the homeless. Man, well, not so much. Therefore, he has no design experience, but has a clear understanding of potential customers, so he began to design for men a high-end, suitable for their own quick drying shorts, to meet the requirements of each holiday clothing.

 

Orlebar Brown, his business partner, Julia Simpson Orlebar, created two years later in 2007, not just a new Menswear brand. It spurred the growth of clothing classes known as beach bars. While they fasteners and tailored cuts, Orlebar Brown immediately appealed to the swimming shorts style savvy people are willing to pay for a vacation type image, they want to think – Saint Tropez in 1960s during the heyday of swimmers hundreds of dollars. Orlebar Brown is a much more attractive item than a swimsuit.

 

“Summer is not a season for us, it’s a mental state,” Brown said at the mobile phone from the lounge in Istanbul airport to Turkey Bosphorus Resort Hot spot. “Summer is a color, temperature, its door opens on a plane when it stands in front of you, your entire vacation.”. Our sales strategy is to follow the sun from all over the world.”

Private equity acquisition into swimwear

Not many people can wear it underwater, which may be why private label swimwear manufacturers and beach clothes have been fashionable forgetting the land. But the beach has become a battleground for investment. 2012, Vilebrequin, another brand of beach bars, luxury men’s shorts, sold by 85 million 500 thousand of the private equity owners, NASDAQ listed G-III clothing group. 2014, the LVMH group’s private equity division has snapped up Australian brand seafolly, which has blocked the dream of South American brands. 2015, the private equity giant retail PAS Group acquired aircraft swimwear, and in February this year, crescent capital partnership bought the Republic of China from the diversion.

Luxury Missoni Paul Smith TOD, the giant, “S, Ralph Lauren, Burberry (Burberry), Hugo Boss, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana), and most recently swimwear Calvin Klein added to their offerings……. According to the global industry analyst at Limited by Share Ltd, is a set of design department every 4 swimwear annum extended across the next five years, is the leading market value of $1 billion by the United States in July 22nd 2022.

Even more enticing, swimwear is sold as a state of mind, everything on the market, you want to wear D, when your holiday. With inexhaustible fuel imagery Instagram, high profit, luxury communication in the jet region are increasing and societal dressing approval for water, even when you are a long way from its wear realising Department broader resort is its growth potential.

Brown’s cult label typifies several “sectors” of the hottest trend. Firstly, the price is a good barrier: a pair of University Orlebar Brown Shorts costs less than $595. “Say, so, it seems that some togs misses expand the center point. Until Orlebar, Brown, dived, enthusiastic market, for some people, players are not enough expansion. “I’ve never been priced by embarrassed about us,” Brown said. “There is a tailored 60 is a pair of our shorts, and waistband has six in its independence. Our quotation rows double needle method, hook weaving department, all hardware is made in Italy fabric, is from france.”

Secondly, a hero swimwear line, allows Orlebar brown to wear men and women with a multi-storey broader class resort. In the mostly advertises label ITS swimming shorts, but the gas it produces a full page set chinos, shirts and jackets, Eve’s line, imagery packages sold all that pop up summer travel happy, and ensure good times and stomachs. Sixty cents per Orlebar Brown’s sale is non swimming.

The third trend is a severe case of sector investment attraction, a little Orlebar Brown proposed by 80 thousand from London based private Holdings Company Piper in exchange for a major extreme minority in 2013. “Adam is very clever, in making people think” I can see that I may say is that the beach, I only need to buy those shorts, “said Gibson Libby, Partner A AT Piper stake. Xie said, adds resorts wear paper, in terms of clothing and investment focus proposition, there is jumped front of the queue fashion.

“If you look at” luxury “or” Zegna “brand Calvin, Klein or Chanel, they’re all swimming. But the broader resorts wear resistant category is “Grand Prix.”. This page is driven through more casual, dressing, generally, and people spend more holidays than they used. Its drivers also use numbers, which provide a much more global view of the world. People can imagine their own lights, swapping beaches on the Internet, even if they are somewhere in England. Cold.”

A queue at Bondi

From the afar, mottled crew on sleep deprivation, patientqueuers hasn’t sent any good indication to them, queuing method. Frocked pops up on the edge of the alongside are homeless; international students waited next cashed popup to naive airtaskers; fanatical luxury is the seller of goods, they ostentatiously displayed stack of $50 and $100 in bonds. This strange microcosm clothing association played quit in June, in the middle of the iconic suburb University in Bondi Beach, Sydney.

“Yes, occasion opens a pop-up shop and houses high expectations of the utterly collectable Louis Weedon collaboration with cult New York to participate in the highest brand. The limited edition of the demand capsule collects $1400 and $6000 for hoodies, and skateboards is so vast that homeless people and airtaskers pay up to $300 overnight queue. At that time, hip tipped hysterical enthusiasm, when Justin Bieber popped’s enthusiasm, in the pop-up is his surprise visit to australia. A week, to its two week run, the acquisition of shares and shuttered for RA stores…….

The LV X highest popup was mysteriously canceled in New York and Miami. But it is not by accident that the nation is ahead. The suburbs were a beach packed young, avant-garde Mecca brotherhood, skateboarding worn. A few months ago, LV global chairman and CEO, Michael Burke, visited Sydney on a business trip. The decision was made with one of the world’s most famous beach backgrounds, the fashion show host.

It’s a sign of the way in which luxury apparel brands link themselves to the beach’s energy and atmosphere. Sydney’s most anticipated annual party is barefoot on the beach party s hermes. In February this year, 650 guests were color printing installation, skateboard ramps excited, huge floating on the DJ hippocampus, a lifeguard tower, a virtual reality experience, acrobats wearing old-fashioned lifeguard clothes, and a customized, curved screen projection of 180 degrees. Yes, there’s a shoe, fashion set, concierge trim, toe dipping to 400 tons sand dredging, Cronulla beach and shipped to Sydney’s carriageworks event space.

Prior to this, LV has the concept of Barefoot Beach Ball and black tie party in Palm Beach, Sydney. With the black tie above, dress, and shorts (or equivalent to women) at the bottom, for the treatment of cancer, Australian fundraising is a social blow, and tickets are sold before they are printed.

Former LV Australia CEO Philip Corne started the event at 2002. At present, LVMH’s private Holdings Company L Catterton Australia division executive chairman, and won a seventy percent stake, seafolly $70 million, just said that the water feels good, go together. “If you think about it carefully, if people come to the money tomorrow, most people will tend to the beach house, boat, summer vacation,” Corne said. “Not everyone is suitable, but the sun and the sea, it is dynamic, very relaxed, very chic.”. In water, one day is worth two other places.”

Corne said that this happy state of mind, we are eager to seek positive and unique experience, the eternal memory is one of the factors contributing to the growth of swimwear, as a form of mass now holiday wardrobe. “My personal view is that we are at one time, and now consumers would rather have a few things, good things last longer, and more investment in memory and experience,” he said. “A small measure in Sydney is the number of cruises, as we have seen before.”. All airlines and airports. And the beach lifestyle has been there, and it won’t rush – on the contrary.”

Tigerlily makes splash

The symbol of life is Australia’s label and personification of the Republic of China, which is creative director Amelia Mather. The 35 year old, is a typical Sydney beach girl; she said on the beach, like Jodhi Meares every weekend, her former boss and founder (Meares sold Tigerlily 2007, Mather has zero flow) and only bra wearing bikinis.

“The swimsuit is definitely emotional for me,” she said. She moved from the warehouse to an office in Alexander, Sydney, and was inspired by an old handmade Bikinis nightclub and a suspender skirt that inspired her design team. “We wear it on weekends or in leisure times.”. We work so hard, and those who really treasure us. Swimwear is reserved for those moments, and what makes it so special?.”

Mills, under creative leadership, labels sensational fashion – indeed. 2000, in Australia fashion week, with the Czech supermodel Eva Herzigova, the Republic of China launched, all sparkling sparkling water, wearing a $500000 studded Pearl bikini. The following year, Kristy Hinze made a $1 million diamond for the Republic of China bikini and held a boa constrictor around his neck. When Mills married James Packer, the whole family was placed in the front of the packers.

Mather joined the Republic of China in 2003. At the age of 21, he was accused of developing label clothes and entering the big leisure class with swimwear brand. Fourteen years later, she has grown up in the ROC territory of athleisure, dresses, wearing kimono to 70 sales, and the remaining thirty percent swimsuit. She attributes part of the success of business to more casual attire, which blurs the season and creates products that meet consumer needs. “The clothes that everyone can wear all the year round.”. We allow it to come into contact with a range of age groups and shapes, and people want to buy Australian beach lifestyle, wherever they are.

Patrick Verlaine, at the new moon capital partners, who became president of the Republic of China when the Communist Party bought 60 million dollars, said the Private Equity Investment Firm plans to sell, Australia’s unique identity to a wider audience, for the double size of the Republic of China in the next two to four years. He plans to open more stores in Australia, make more effective digital strategy, a new web site, the most important thing is to improve its foothold in the North American and European markets, and eventually become the Southeast Asia and South africa. “The Australian swimsuit is good and confirms overseas; it represents the essence of Australia and has an international appeal,” Verlaine said. “We have seen a good opportunity for the Republic of China overseas, and there is still no opportunity to flourish. If we don’t see it, we won’t invest.”

Seafolly “swimsuit superpower”

No wonder, perhaps, I Catterton Asia plans to create a $50 million ($657 million) “Sephora swimwear by opening more than 150 seafolly and the dream of the private label swimwear manufacturers in the United States, Australia, Asia, the Middle East and Europe, the establishment of wholesale sales in the retail and online market, brand clothing, towels, bags, sunglasses diversified leisure wear and shoes.

Philip Catterton of L Corne says the group aims to create a swimsuit superpower. “Our antenna is real and looking for opportunities all the time.”. Buying brands is a relatively easy part. To ensure that business systems and management policies are consistent and successful integration, that is the beginning of the real work. At the same time, expanding to another country should not be taken lightly. So we have the desire to pursue “Sephora” strategy, but the significance of the strategic investment management.”

Although seafolly manages to capture third of the Australian women’s swimwear market, global rule is neither reassuring nor easy, as Corne acknowledges. “My personal view is that Australia has so much to offer from the world to find,” he said. “This is the standard clean environment by people.”. It’s open; we have sand, sunshine, the sea, thousands of miles of beautiful beaches. But we go further than we think. It has competition. Seafolly has been a good start in the American market, but it has little practical opportunities.”

Eco swimwear brands are recognized

Finch designed to use recycled fiber in its product Repreve China swimwear brand, is the new recipient of the project only approved seal. Finch’s design is the first Chinese brand to win this award, based on the company’s commitment to transparency and the creation of a sustainable supply chain. Finch designed is a brand with only three brands approved in winning swimwear categories, from more than 115 nominations.

An important player in Finch’s design supply chain is the unified manufacturing company Repreve fiber production, which is made from recycled plastic bottles. Repreve can be traced and certified through a unified, proprietary, trusted verification program, and one purpose is to provide customers with increased Repreve transparency levels with integrated authentication procedures. As part of the US trust program, fiberprint technology is unified, a unique tool that allows third parties to analyze fiberprint signature fabrics and unify them to demonstrate the level of Repreve content.

Only project approval is based on environmental and social practices for the brand. In addition, the project considers only availability, accessibility (size and price), quality and aesthetics.

“Finch”, consistent with the slow fashion movement, repeats 85% of its prints and fashions year after year to encourage eternal, responsible purchases. We design our signature photos in-house, and work is just manufacturing partners to share our core values, responsible for social and environmental production, “says Itee Soni, founder of Finch.

Since the launch of Repreve fiber from 2013 swimsuit, Finch has quickly established the name of the most luxurious partnership with some travel, including six senses, W Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Carlton, Bai Yue and the naked ecological tourist destination.

“When we start, we’re looking for a supplier that understands the task of providing a transparent supply chain for our customers,” says Heather Kaye, founder of Finch. “We find our commitment in collaboration with unity; and through the use of Repreve, they can help us create a good environment and quality products for our consumers.”

The regeneration of Repreve swimming trunks men and boys in women and girls category, Finch is essentially a one-stop shop for ecological swimwear. In addition to being environmentally friendly and stylish, the Finch swimwear is also high performing, providing a minimum of 50 sunscreen UPF levels for each item.

“We are proud to support Finch, and the project they received was just a well deserved honor,” said Jay Hertwig, vice president of global brand premium value, to join PVA. “Sparrow” for the entire family, stylish swimwear, functional and environmentally friendly.”

Finch design and ecological awareness of the global traveler’s mind launched in June 2010. Founder ITEE, SONY and Heather Kaye add up to 25 years of clothing design and manufacturing experience, and established the core printing design and sustainability of Finch in their DNA.

Finch offers timeless, sustainable, luxury swimwear manufacturer China, signature prints, holiday dresses and accessories. Finch’s swimsuit for women, men and children, is made exclusively from REPREVE yarns. Finch fabric provides natural UPF 50 + UVA and UVB sunscreen, without adding chemicals. Finch’s signature photo is a repeat of the season, easy brand recognition and nod after the slow fashion season.

Interfiliere Shanghai to focus on textile printing

Interfiliere Shanghai’s leading trade show in lingerie, sand suits, swimwear fabrics will focus on textile printing and dyeing. Interfiliere in collaboration with the Federation de la et de la underwear will highlight the technology and print professional lingerie, swimwear and sportswear. The two day event will begin in October 10, 2017.

The program will witness participation in the fabric, accessories, lace, OEM/ODM, embroidery, mechanical and textile design fields, in analyzing consumer expectations and forecasts, changing market innovations and performance driven.

Shanghai is the global bodyfashion rendezvous between China’s Interfiliere, the major textile producing countries and other parts of the world. The International Festival will focus on trends in lingerie, swimwear, sports / athleisure.

Trade activities will show a trend of 2019 spring / summer, showing the choice of innovation, fabrics, samples, accessories and colors to reflect the trend of the concept of planning Paris.

The Shanghai Interfiliere thirteenth edition, with the Paris partnership concept, will demonstrate the life prototype, inspire visitors and promote new industry specifications with the original combination of fabrics and special technologies.

The event will also host seminars and conferences. The exhibition will become an accelerator for online business opportunities, which will expand and strengthen the network with the industry.

The fourth edition of the interfeel awards, the selection of global underwear professional recognition, sportswear industry and swimwear manufacturer China, will reward Interfiliere Shanghai exhibition know-how and collection.

Six special interfeel awards will be given to exhibitors from various industries, including lace, embroidery, accessories, sustainability, shapeletic and engeniring Technology (bonding, molding).

The foundation of Maui provides a new ecological consciousness manakai swimwear

Maui manakai launched a new line of environmental protection swimsuit swimsuit. The collection of eco consciousness is a sustainable technical fabric made from sustainable plastics and manufactured on domestic soil.

Almost all of the swimwear in the market today is made of some form of polyester. Each year, about 70 million barrels of crude oil is produced to produce virgin polyesters.

Instead, manakai uses recycled and recycled polyester warp knitted fabrics to make their garments. Environmentally sustainable fabrics are made from 100% consumer recycled fibers. Fabric – made of waste PET material, including carpet fluff, plastic bottles and fishing lines – is designed to withstand chlorine and suntan oil and creams, ultra, according to company website. These fabrics provide not only muscle control and shape retention, but also UV protection, soft feel and comfortable stretch.

Company boss Anna Lieding said manakai custom swimwear manufacturers, do custom print all their certification and Accreditation of environmental NGOs in the ecological consciousness of their company. In addition to using eco-friendly fabrics, the company also produces environmentally friendly custom swimwear manufacturers in the United states.

“Manakai swimsuit is working with several small family businesses and we’ve spent months working side by side,” Lieding said. “We put the swimsuit to hand in life is happy, get paid, can survive wages, enjoy some vacation time, and, from first hand experience, we can ensure that all United States laws and regulations by you in a pleasant and safe environment.”

Here are a few images of swimwear lines:

 

Recycled Materials Secure Project JUST Seal of Approval for FINCH Designs’ Swimwear

With ecologically conscious fashion labels, FINCH Designs has access to the JUST certification program in its products using the REPREVE® Recycling Swallow brand.

The approval of the JUST project is based on a study of brand environment and social practice. In addition, the project JUST considers usability, accessibility (size and price), quality and aesthetic.

The company said it was the first Chinese brand to receive this distinction, based on its commitment to transparency and the establishment of a sustainable supply chain.

An important participant in the FINCH design supply chain is Unifi Manufacturing, Inc., which recycles the plastic bottle into a fiber called REPREVE, which is traceable and certified by Unifi’s proprietary U TRUST ™ verification program.

U TRUST is a certification program designed to provide greater transparency for REPREVE customers. As part of the U TRUST program, Unifi combines FIBERPRINT ™ technology, a tool that allows third parties to analyze the structure of FIBERPRINT signatures, and Unifi is used to verify the level of REPREVE content.

FINCH co-founder Itee Soni said: “FINCH has determined the slow fashion movement and repeated 85% of print and style each year to encourage eternal and responsible procurement.

Soni went on to say: “We have designed all the signature prints internally and only share the core values ​​of our social and environmentally responsible production with our manufacturing partners.”

Swimwear

Since the release of swiftlets by REPREVE fiber in 2013, FINCH has partnered with some of the most luxurious travel names such as Six Senses, W Hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, Park Hyatt and Nude Ecology Resorts.

“When we started, we were looking for a supplier to understand our mission to provide our customers with a transparent supply chain,” said Heather Kaye, co-founder of FINCH. “We found our commitment to working with Unifi; by using REPREVE, they can help We create high quality products for the benefit of consumers and the environment. ”

In addition to being environmentally responsible, it is said that each project provides protection from the sun’s UPF rating of at least 50.

Brenda West is the president of RAJ Swimming

Tallin, Calif. (January 4, 2017) – RAJ swimming began in 2017, announcing the new president of the city of Brenda, and Steven Brink as the chief financial officer and chief operating officer.

Since its inception in 1967, the West will be the first leader to RAJ private label swimwear manufacturers as president of non-family members.

“We respect Brenda’s many years of achievement as a competitor and will not be happy with the RAJ team,” said Lisa Vogel, co-owner and CEO of RAJ Swimming.

Western guide Manhattan Beach costumes as the founding partner of the evolution and growth and served as president for eight years, designing and implementing program and financial goals, combining more than 55 brands.

“Alex and Lisa have achieved the values ​​of the core company, and I am proud to be part of such a respected business: Brenda West said: In 2017, I look forward to the new brand opportunities in our current brand portfolio And growth.

“Steve brings a wealth of experience and experience to the RAJ team,” said Alex Bhathal, co-owner and CEO of RAJ Swimming. “We are delighted to have him join our organization and look forward to seeing his contribution.

The company announced that its executive management team’s strategic change is part of a long-term organizational strategy to coordinate business and continue to drive growth.

“Raj Swim has a huge manufacturing history and a good vision of how to move forward in today’s changing market.I am pleased to join a solid team and I look forward to becoming part of the company’s future.” Steven Brink said.

Mr. Brink served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Not Your Daughter’s Jeans for eight years. Prior to NYDJ, Brink was Chief Financial Officer of Quiksilver. He is a proven leader, his business experience and strategic vision perfect for the next stage of RAJ swimming.

RAJ Swimming Company celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this year as a leading fashion industry in the swimsuit industry, serving all major sectors of the women’s and children’s markets.

RAJ is one of the few vertical private label swimwear manufacturers in the United States, designing, manufacturing and marketing designers and private label swimsuit and cover. The combination of its world-renowned brands separates them into swimwear experts. Contemporary brands include Ella Moss, Basta, Splendid and VYB. Active and casual brands include coral reefs and NEXT. Athena and LUXE Lisa Vogel cater to the luxury of women. For 50 years, RAJ has established industry standards in terms of design innovation, quality awareness and production flexibility.

In its history, RAJ has attracted the best retailers, the best brands and the best swimsuit talent. In 2009, RAJ opened a retail door to SwimSpot. SwimSpot has more than 8 locations in the United States and is a fast, easy and fun shopping destination for modern sun lovers. SwimSpot’s Fit expert team can help you find the best swimsuit or beach accessories to match your body type and personal style!