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Visit Lenzing and our 19 mill partners at the Lenzing Innovation Pavilion at Texworld USA, January 24th through January 26th at the Javits Center, NYC. Feel the beauty of TENCEL® & wool blended together and learn more at the exciting Lenzing seminar series.

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TENCEL® & Wool – a natural upgrade

Lenzing presents a new fabric concept: TENCEL® blended with wool for premium fabrics for high-end fashion.

The coolness of TENCEL® combined with the warming characteristics of wool are defining a new experience with optimum drape, the best skin friendliness and the best wicking behavior ever. A wearing sensation!

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Lenzing is organizing a series of informative seminars: Find all details about the seminars at:


Invitation: Texworld USA, January 19-21, 2015

FB_texworldUSALet us kindly invite you to visit us at Texworld USA, January 19-21, 2015, booth #A2101. Our topic:

Knitting talent: TENCEL®, the lyocell fiber from the house of Lenzing, is ideal for knitwear from jersey and flat knits of 100 % TENCEL® to blends with natural or synthetic fibers.

At Texworld USA, Lenzing will organize a number of interesting seminars. You can find a detailed list of those here:

Texworld “Sustainable Sourcing Itinerary”

texworldsustainableFBAt Texworld, there has long been a showcase for green and ethical textiles. Eco-friendly ranges were promoted as early as 2007, when they were scarcely known. The Ecological Textiles Itinerary, which has now become the “Sustainable Sourcing Itinerary”, is much appreciated by our visitors for finding committed exhibitors and ’green’ materials. This invaluable guide lists almost 80 eco-friendly and ethical suppliers for fabrics with GOTS, Organic Exchange, Bluesign, SA 8000 and WRAP certifications. All the ranges and a huge choice of organic materials like cotton, linen, hemp, TENCEL® or Lenzing Modal® and various recycled fabrics.


Photo Impressions from Texworld USA

Photo impressions from Texworld USA, January 21st – 23rd, 2014 at Javits Center, New York City.

Photo-Impressions from Kingpins Show

kp10FBPhoto impressions from Kingpins Show, January 21st – 22nd, 2014 at The Tunnel, New York City.





Video: Texworld USA – How to Start a Fashion Company

Video: Texworld USA – How to Start a Fashion Company. Find it on:


Video: Texworld USA

Video: Texworld USA – A Look Into Fast Fashion Retailers and Their Unique Take on Sourcing. Find it on:


Texworld USA, 14 – 16 January 2013 in New York / USA

Let us kindly invite you to visit us at Texworld USA, 14 – 16 January 2013 in New York / USA, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (Hall 1A), 655 West 34th Street: We will be present on two booths, Lenzing Innovation – satellite booth, Lenzing booth # 503 in hall B. Main topic: Lenzing Modal® COLOR/BLACK, Side topic: Edelweiss. There will be altogether 25 Lenzing Innovation exhibitors. Lenzing Textile invites you also to take part in the following seminars at Texworld USA: Location: Seminar room #1B03:


Monday, January 14, 2013

11:00 AM

Fiber Innovation – Where Sustainability Starts

David Roberts, President, Tuscarora Yarns

David Sasso, VP Sales, Buhler Quality Yarns Corp

Claudia Mommer, Project Manager Apparel, Lenzing

Ellen Krimmel, Design Director, Prana

Moderator: Karla Magruder, President, Fabrikology


01:00 PM

A Look Into Fast Fashion Retailers and

Their Unique Take on Sourcing

Kurt Cavano, CEO


02:30 PM

Spring/Summer 2014 Megatrends + Materials

Cassandra Tsaknis, Trend Specialist, Stylesight


04:00 PM

Lingerie & Active – Just the Right Fabrics:

Sleep & Sporty

Brad Pedell, President, Bradlee Int’l Ltd.

Ria Stern, Global Marketing and Brand Director, Hyosung

Holdings USA Inc

Bart Kennedy, Marketing Director for Americas, Lenzing

Moderator: Karla Magruder, President, Fabrikology


Tuesday, January 15, 2013

11:00 AM

Moving Through the Portal of Color for Spring/

Summer 2014

Laurie Pressman, Vice-President – Fashion, Home +

Interiors, Pantone – New York, NY, USA


01:00 PM

Design Options Presents: “Spring/Summer 2014”

Fran Sude, President, Design Options – Los Angeles,



02:30 PM

Politics of Fashion: Impact of the Election on

the Textile Industry

Kevin Burke, CEO, American Apparel and Footwear


Andy Jassin, Managing Member, Jassin Consulting Group

Jeffrey Silberman, Chairperson, Textile Development and

Marketing Department, FIT

Moderator: Arthur Friedman, Senior Editor, Textiles and

Trade, WWD


04:00 PM

PremiereTex: Online education and daily

reference tool

George Hall, Principal, PremiereTex

Abe Beyda, Principal, PremiereTex


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

10:30 AM

Sourcing Hotspots: The Southeast Asia Advantage

Tanjila Islam, CEO | Founder, TigerTrade

12:30 PM

How to Start a Fashion Company

Cherie Bixler, President, CherieBixler Inc

*Seminar entry is complimentary for all January 2013 attendees*


N.Y. Textile Shows to Debate Issues, Forecast Trends

In their issue from January 8, 2013 WWD Today writes on the Lenzing Pavilion on Texworld USA taking place upcoming Monday til Wednesday at Javits Center, NYC: Kristy Meade, group show director for textile noted that Lenzing’s pavilion and booths organized by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade have both seen an increase in exhibitor participation from the previous January edition. Tricia Carey, USA merchandising manager for textiles at Lenzing, noted that the Lenzing pavilion has 26 exhibitors showcasing knits and wovens in Lenzing Modal and Tencel.

“These exhibitors are from seven different countries and offer a wide range of price points and fabrics,” Carey said. “I expect strong attendance at the show as buyers continue to seek a diversified sourcing portfolio for innovative fabrics.”

Lenzing will be showcasing Lenzing Modal color, which is dope dyed for lasting color with energy and water savings, she noted, adding that there are a variety of design effects that can be produced with Lenzing Modal color, including fabric overdyes for quick response. The fiber is produced with a carbon-neutral process using Lenzing’s Edelweiss technology that helps to reduce energy and water consumption throughout the processing stages. One of the highlights of Texworld has been the seminar series, now organized jointly by Lenzing and Messe Frankfurt, and this edition’s lineup promises to live up to expectations.

Highlights of the diverse seminar series include “Fiber Innovation — Where Sustainability Starts,” examining how fiber innovation can provide the base for more environmentally friendly products at the brand level. Speaking on the topic will be David Roberts, president of Tuscarora Yarns; David Sasso, vice president of sales at Buhler Quality Yarns Corp., and Claudia Mommer, project manager for apparel at Lenzing.

At the “Lingerie & Active — Just the Right Fabrics: Sleep & Sporty” seminar, experts in fiber and fabric formation will discuss how to select the right fibers, appropriate blends and perfect construction for these specialized markets. Leading the talk will be Brad Pedell, president of Bradlee Int’l Ltd.; Ria Stern, global marketing and brand director for Hyosung Holdings USA Inc., and Bart Kennedy, Lenzing’s marketing director for the Americas.

“Politics of Fashion: Impact of the Election on the Textile Industry” promises a topical examination of what to expect from U.S. trade and economic policy in the wake of the contentious election season and fiscal cliff debates. Kevin Burke, president and chief executive officer of the American Apparel & Footwear Association; Andy Jassin, managing member of Jassin Consulting Group, and Jeffrey Silberman, chairman for the Textile Development and Marketing Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology, will talk about issues of domestic commerce and international trade, and where common ground might be found between the political parties.

Among the areas likely to be discussed by this panel, and noted by Meade and Carey, is how real the revived interest in Made in America apparel and textile manufacturing is and what could or should be done to support it. (…) Lenzing’s pavilion features about 20 percent U.S. knitters that use its fibers, a percentage of which is produced in its U.S. mill in Mobile, Ala.