Life & Style

Gildan Stretches Apparel Mix, Wins Worldwide Rights to Camouflage ‘Lifestyle Brand’
November 22, 2013

Gildan Activewear Inc. is going full camo.

The Montreal-based manufacturer of T-shirts, socks, underwear and other basics says it has obtained the worldwide license for the Mossy Oak hunting camouflage wear brand.

The company, which announced record fourth-quarter results Thursday on robust growth in sales and lower cotton costs and also hiked its dividend 20 per cent, says it sees big potential in marketing Mossy Oak camouflage activewear, underwear and socks.

New Fabrics At Alo Sportswear Inspire Active Lifestyle
November 7, 2007

Created for active, on-the-go individuals, Alo, a women’s and men’s performance-based sportswear collection, introduces unique proprietary technologies and fabrications for spring 2008. “Our spring ’08 collection brings elements of fashion into sportswear design so it is incredibly easy to wear every day,” said Daniel Harris, co-founder of Los Angeles-based Alo. Harris added, “Each style in this collection is designed and fit to enhance and flatter the body, making the wearer look as good as they feel.” The performance fabric featured in various women’s and men’s styles blends stretch bamboo and cotton spandex to create a lightweight, breathable jersey fabric. It also features naturally

SanMar Introduces Premium Collection Catalog
February 6, 2007

What do Tiger Woods, Red House, PING and Nike Golf have in common? Not only do these big names appear on the green just about every week, they also appear in SanMar’s new 2007 Premium Collection catalog. The 94-page catalog features more than 109 products from the exclusive brands. “The Premium Collection is a resource for imprintable apparel distributors seeking upscale merchandise and brand name recognition,” said Lee Strom, senior marketing manager of the Seattle, Washington-based company. “This is the collection our industry has been waiting for. It responds to a new level of luxury that end-users are requesting.” This year’s catalog builds on