RIVET, the global media authority serving the international denim industry, released its Fall issue today, exploring how when one door closes, another opens. With the Denim Deal’s recycling initiative ending and trends (and sales) stagnating, smart industry players are seeking out innovation and opportunities. AG hired a new CEO, tradition-minded Italian companies are embracing change, and the circular guidelines from Jeans Redesign became the imperative. Y2K fashion might seem retro, but today’s generation is making it their own.
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Upward and Onward
Glenn McMahon, AG’s newly appointed CEO, believes the secret sauce is the company’s vertical operation.
By the Numbers
Dampened denim sales call for diversification and innovation.
Concertgoers get crafty with their fashion.
Shhh, It’s Fashion
The quiet luxury trend provides denim a moment to breathe.
Adriano Goldschmied reflects on his denim destiny.
Denim anchors a new fusion of rave, skate and Y2K fashion.
Taste of Italy
Italian companies embrace change while respecting their heritage.
How did Jeans Redesign become the circular guidelines brands and suppliers agree on?
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