RIVET, the global media authority serving the international denim industry, released its spring issue today, with today’s denim reinventing the past. Gen Z puts its twist on grunge’s 30-year-old resurgence, while hip hop’s half century milestone is honored with a museum exhibit and fresh fashion takes. The issue also examines fashion commitments to making the industry and planet safer, from the Pakistan Accord to rebuilding Turkey’s textile infrastructure. Meanwhile, technological breakthroughs in design, fit, biodegradability and natural dyes continue to drive innovation.
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The Pakistan Accord provides an extra layer of credibility and assurance, but also comes with challenges.
The denim industry rallies behind Turkey following devastating earthquakes.
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Meet the winners of the Rivet x Project Awards.
From wide-leg jeans to suiting, denim’s versatility was on display at fashion weeks around the globe.
Grunge fashion is back with a Gen Z twist.
Natural dyes have the potential to become part of the denim industry’s sustainable toolbox if they can overcome cost-related hurdles.
The quest for biodegradable jeans stirs up new certification requirements and greenwashing concerns.
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