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By Yin YinInForm, a blog run by Cupid Intimates, recently published an article on manufacturing lawful, ethical and responsible apparels.  The article, titled “Want Intimates... MORE

By Yin YinPublic voice on the topic of environment is going high in the capital city Washington, DC this week. If you are a local... MORE

By Steve JessephDo you remember your first kiss?  Or, the first time you drove a car?  Or, your first day of class in high school? ... MORE

By Steve Jesseph, WRAP President and CEOFrom 1948 to 1975, the political satirist and cartoonist Walt Kelly penned the Pogo cartoon series which appeared in... MORE

For a brief period during my formative years, I had an ardent desire to become the captain of a cargo vessel when I became an... MORE

I am a Millennial (born between 1980-2000), hailing from Auburn University in Alabama. I initially chose Fashion Merchandising as a major, but found that my... MORE

I’m going to begin this post with a groundbreaking statement: technology has changed the world. Okay okay, I’ll admit that if you’re reading this post,... MORE

While China remains the world’s leading producer of textiles and apparel, it is no secret that the country has been facing several challenges in recent... MORE

Not too long ago, I ventured out to Miami to attend my first industry trade show, Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami 2019. I had no expectations.... MORE

The Textiles & Apparel industry has witnessed an ever-increasing focus on social compliance, and it is seen as one of the most critical areas of... MORE

The Facilities’ Handbook is an important tool for all facilities (new, renew, lapsed) who have questions about the WRAP program. It serves as a set... MORE

Every level of the apparel supply chain has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Retail outlets are slowly reopening after months of closure. Production... MORE

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                    On Tuesday, July 7, 2020, the social... MORE
Every level of the apparel supply chain has... MORE
The outbreak of COVID-19 has become the "lifeline for... MORE
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