The Bangladesh government found more than 80 percent of Bangladesh's garment factories supplying global retailers to be safe, the government said on Monday, citing improvements made after a deadly 2013 accident. Syed Ahmed, the inspector general of factories, said a 1,475 garment factories had been assessed as part of a government initiative supported by the…
Those who can’t get enough of Bernie Sanders can now “feel the Bern” all over their upper bodies. Raygun, an irreverent clothing shop in Des Moines, Iowa's East Village, just released a shirt covered from sleeve to sleeve with cutouts of the Vermont…
A new animated movie from Coca-Cola aims to "put a smile" on people's faces around the world by sending them a gift and asking them to get involved.
The "Wearable Smile" concept was developed by Ogilvy and created by Psyop, who were responsible for animating the film - which features a few interesting characters.
Each frame of this movie was then put on a t-shirt and sent to fans around the world. Once each of them received the t-shirt, they had to take a picture of themselves wearing it, which was submitted back to Coke.
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Several hundred garment workers were sickened at their factory outside Bangladesh's capital on Sunday, apparently after drinking water there.
Police official Mohammad Jahid said many of the workers were treated at various hospitals after the incident at East West Factory in Gazipur district.
Jahid said most of the workers suffered vomiting and stomach problems. None was life-threatening.
He said up to 4,000 workers are employed in the factory.
Earlier this month, contaminated drinking water sickened 450 workers at Starlight Sweater Factory in the same area. Authorities cleaned the reservoir and reopened the factory a day later.
Irwindale, California-based Tri-Mountain, a leading supplier of promotional apparel, announced its 2013 Spring and Peak Performers collections in a colorful new catalog.
Seattle-based Cutter & Buck’s ANNIKA Collection for Fall 2013 will feature a visionary line that embodies the spirit of the legendary golfer, for which it is named, by combining cutting-edge technology with ingenious details for stylish performance.
Glenn Beck may be relying on the appeal of the blue-collar worker on his new 1791 Supply & Co. clothing website, but he might be hard-pressed to find many who could afford the $129 for a pair of “premium, ring-spun selvage denim” or $90 Western-style shirts.
The collection was inspired by Beck’s anger with Levi’s jeans for its ads featuring young people facing off against police, according to Women’s Wear Daily. In 1791 the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution— and Beck wants American consumers to remember their founding fathers with their clothing choices.
In August, the National Football League ramped up its focus on female fans (hey, women love football, too!) with “It’s My Team,” a marketing campaign for its team-branded apparel designed for women. With print ads that featured former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, tennis champ Serena Williams, a former Miss USA and other women dressed in NFL gear and stilettos, the league seemed to suggest that fashion and football can go hand in hand. On Wednesday, the NFL released a new product to corroborate that idea: a New York Jets shirt designed by Marchesa.