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The Complete Man -- in 2013, it is now hoping for a summer of woolens. Besides the curious peg, it is one of a growing tribe of textile players who are going to town with the makeup of their fabric, rather than peddle how sharp it might make the
He talks about what his plans are and why quality is more important than price. Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Shyam Ahuja was the first and last name in floor decor. This was the man who reinvented the dhurrie up from being an underlay for
Inside a white metal building in a northern Minnesota industrial park, sit some of Stephanie Anderson's prized possessions: several old refurbished pieces of machinery that produce 100 pounds of yarn a day. More News "This came out of Washington,"
April 2014 D2S growing at a rate of knots' Wool growers have rallied behind Wools of New Zealand's Direct-to-Scour (D2S) spot market sales option. Launched in October last year, volumes under D2S are doubling month on month and have now reached
Newer Steven Alan is synonymous with button-down striped shirts that look good on everyone. So we took note when he designed a line for West Elm, inspired by classic shirt stripes that are rendered in pale washes of India ink, hand-blocked patterns,
It's a luxury cloth that is perfect for rugging up in winter, but quality wool can also keep you stylish in summer...Woolen garments might be a staple of the winter wardrobe, but will they endure through summer? With cutting-edge technology, the
A recent repressive trend in the Jewish culture views the human body as a vessel full of humiliation and shame, and its sexuality as a 'putrid drop,' and therefore women (and men) are wrapped in excessive layers of clothing. "And when the plague of
Wools of New Zealand, a grower sales and marketing company, is on track to post a better-than-expected full-year result. Chief executive Ross Townshend said the result, to be announced later this year, would be an improvement on what was predicted in
Te Kuiti's Running of the Sheep will have a new look this year after organisers decided to run the sheep in smaller mobs instead of one large flock. These mobs of 60-70 sheep will be worked down the main street by dog trialists and their team of dogs.
When home-town Te Kuiti marks the three-day 30th championships starting tomorrow (Thursday) it will be another milestone in a remarkable career in which he's been both a competitor and an organiser of the event throughout the three decades since its