T-shirts and Tanks
Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation, New York announced a definitive agreement for PVH to acquire Tommy Hilfiger B.V., which is controlled by funds affiliated with Apax Partners L.P., for total consideration of EUR 2.2 billion (approximately $3.0 billion) plus the assumption of EUR 100 million in liabilities.
The contoured fit Ladies’ Short-Sleeve Scoop-Neck T-shirt by Bella has a cover-stitched baby bottom hem and sleeve hems. The T-shirt features a 3/4" neck binding and is available in sizes S to 2XL. Look for it in white, baby blue, black, chocolate, navy, pink, plum and red.
The Gildan Ultra 100 percent cotton T-shirt features a jersey body with rib knit neck. Both the neck and shoulder seams are taped and the shirt has a double-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom. It is available in sizes S to 3XL.
VistaPrint N.V., the company that provides high-impact personalized products and services for small businesses and the home, today announced the growth of its promotional product line with T-shirts designed specifically for women.
One of the most diverse items in the promotional industry, T-shirts present so many buying decisions that picking out the right one can be daunting. The number of choices are sure to increase as innovation introduces new kinds of T-shirts, like those made from transitional or slub cotton, with more and more frequency. Add the ever-changing winds of fashion to the decision mix, and picking the right tee for a given promotion can quickly become complicated.
S&S Activewear, Bolingbrook, Ill. announced the launch of its new Web site at www.ssactivewear.com, with an updated design and improved features. The apparel wholesaler unveiled the new site using an interactive touch-screen display at PPAI Las Vegas on January 13 to 15 and will exhibit at ISS Long Beach Show on January 22 to 24 and ASI Dallas on February 2 to 3.
Created for on-the-go individuals, Alo, a women’s and men’s performance apparel brand based in Los Angeles, introduced new styles, unique proprietary technologies and new fabric mixes in its 2008 wholesale collection. Alo, named after the air, land and ocean, prides itself on being a company with a strong connection to the environment. With the inclusion of bamboo in some of its fabric mixes for the 2008 wholesale collection, Alo fortified its mission to help reduce its impact on the environment while positioning itself as a pioneer in the wholesale industry utilizing eco-friendly materials. The bamboo lyocell performance fabric has naturally
New York-based apparel maker Anvil Knitwear has revealed that the next line in its sustainable apparel collection will be AnvilRecycled T-shirts. The T-shirts are made from a pre-consumer recycled cotton blend and come in nine colors in sizes XS through 4XL. AnvilRecycled T-shirts will be available in Spring 2008. “Anvil Knitwear is committed to environmentally sustainable growth and the production of innovative, eco-friendly products at affordable prices,” said Anthony Corsano, CEO of Anvil Knitwear. “With AnvilRecycled T-shirts, we are able to eliminate waste and reduce energy usage while still offering the same comfort and quality as our traditional cotton shirts.” The
Alstyle Apparel and Activewear, the apparel segment of Ennis Inc., based in Anaheim, Calif., announced it has expanded its product line to include organic products under the AAA label. The organic line will use certified organic cotton and will be offered to the adult and youth retail markets. This has been in development for the past 12 months and was made available January 1, 2008. Alstyle’s organic products utilize cotton grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. The organic line will offer eight color options made with organic dyes that are biodegradable and eco-friendly, ensuring environmental sustainability. Alstyle Apparel is committed to helping the