In this issue of Apparel : The March 2015 issue of Apparel is a ‘Men’s Wear Exclusive’ issue. The ‘60th NGF Special’ segment gives a lowdown on the two exciting days of the 60th National Garment Fair, this segment has various views from the ground of the participants and covers relevant topical stories with views of the participants, the snapshots of the 60th NGF add to the interest value. The ‘CMAI Event’ segment covers the Annual Convention 2015, which is CMAI’s Western Regional Committee’s annual session. The ‘Reports’ segment covers reports on the CMAI’s Apparel Index, Tex Trends India, 2015 and a Consortium of Green Fashion programme. The ‘Fibre Innovations’ segment explores the benefits of utilizing Hemp in manufacturing fabrics. The ‘Tech Talk’ segment has a comprehensive report on Suditi Industries’ impressive factory and efficient manufacturing processes. The ‘Industry Insights’ segment has a very informative and insightful story on the impact of the EOSS phenomenon on the apparel industry. This segment also gives a deeper understanding of the ‘Make in India’ campaign and how it affects the apparel industry. The ‘Fashion Speak’ segment covers the Weekender Wish list, gives a lowdown on the Gionee India Beach Fashion Week, 2015, and has a report on the glamorous 109˚F event which was held in the city. The ‘Brand Profile’ segment profiles three leading men’s wear brands in India and explores what makes them tick in this competitive space.
The ‘Regulars’ segment includes a round-up of important news and events in the apparel world (nationally and globally), a look at what’s trending, news of the brand in vogue and forthcoming events in the world of apparel.
All in all, The March 2015 issue covers a varied range of topics of interest for
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