Womens Wear

S&S Activewear Launches New Web Site
January 20, 2010

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.

Enjoy the Afternoon
January 20, 2010


PremiumWear-- Jockey Ladies’ Heather Rib Tunic
Relax in the comfortable Jockey Ladies' Heather Rib Tunic from PremiumWear. The 55 percent pima cotton/45 percent polyester tunic is treated with an enzyme wash for extra softness. It has a self-fabric banded stand-up collar, narrow V-neck with self-fabric facing; set-in, hemmed sleeves and an even-bottom hem with extended size vents.

Evening Comfort
January 20, 2010

Kavio!--Jr. Raw Edge Raglan Long Sleeve Double Zip Jacket
When the day is done, the Raw Edge Raglan Long Sleeve Zip Jacket keeps you comfortable in cool weather. Snug and soft, the lightweight jacket will leave the wearer feeling warm all over. Not to worry though, if it becomes too warm the double zipper opens to provide any needed breaths of fresh air.


Workday Wear
January 20, 2010


Edwards Garment--One-Button Cardigan Suit Coat for Women
Head off to work with the classic-styled one-button Cardigan Suit Coat from Edwards Garment. It has a 3 ply year-round weight with a natural stretch. The one-button style features a closure at the waist band, two inset pockets, one inside pocket and is fully lined.

In a Recession, Dress Up To Cheer Up
January 20, 2010

A few weeks ago, I had dinner with Executive Apparel's president and its director of product development in Orlando, Florida. In desultory fashion, we discussed the weather (unusually cold for Florida this time of year) and the economy (not so hot either) over dinner until someone raised the subject of socks. Suddenly the evening sprang to life: The men pushed their chairs back from the table and rolled up their pant legs.

Vivienne Westwood and Anvil Knitwear Collaborate on Sustainable T-shirt to Stop Deforestation
January 6, 2010

Anvil Knitwear Inc., N.Y., recently announced it is partnering with British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood to create a sustainable T-shirt to help raise awareness about deforestation of South America's rainforests.
Deforestation is responsible for approximately 20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, more than all the world's cars and trucks combined. Despite the rainforest's great value to the environment—absorbing carbon, purifying water and playing home to millions of species—deforestation continues.