In July, the first ever Annual Report of the Sheep Sustainability Framework was released. Read on to find out what it revealed and why it is important.
The three summer textile trade fairs provided some food for thought for the industry as a whole and for the wool sector in particular. Read this blog for the key takeaways.
Do sheep hold the key to saving our planet? According to biologist Allan Savory, the answer is “yes.” Read more about the relationship here.
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What is involved with the running of a wool farm, and what are the economic factors involved? Read this short guide to get an idea on wool farming.
Wool is increasingly popular among designers of decorative textiles for use in interiors. Read on to find out why.
The International Woolmark Prizes are awarded every year to celebrate outstanding fashion talents from around the globe, who showcase the beauty of Australian Merino wool. Here, the International Wool Textile Organisation introduces the 2022 winners of this prestigious fashion award. International Woolmark Prize Winners 2022 The three winners of this year’s International Woolmark Prize Winners represent three different wool-producing countries. Saul Nash is a London-based designer who took home the International Woolmark Prize this year. The Karl Lagerfeld Award for Innovation went to South African design house MMUSOMAXWELL, and the Supply Chain Award went to Knitwear Lab, a Dutch knowledge and research hub for innovative, design-driven knitwear solutions. Read Next: Natural Fibres Meet at Heimtextil Saul Nash – International Woolmark Prize Saul Nash is a luxury menswear brand that specialises in contemporary sportswear and technical garments cut. Inspired by Saul’s background as a dancer and choreographer, the label
Mongolia has long been famous for the beautiful cashmere fibre it produces. Now it is making a name for itself in the world of fashion for an entirely different reason...
Traceability is an important criterion for textiles. The wool industry has responded to this, and today, measures in place so that wool can be traded from its source.
Wool is a sustainable fibre with numerous environmental benefits. With a new free course from the Woolmark Learning Centre, you’ll learn just how good wool is.