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Werner, a familiar face to many in the industry and the buyer behind the new concept, about creating an exciting Thursday night opening of "The assortment andsaw howthe much time he Storey", a 1,900-square meter space in really spends “on the road”. Munich’s notable Oberpollinger store, solely dedicated to urban- and © Photo: KaDeWe Group streetwear. We spoke to Daniel P. Werner, a familiar face to many in the industry and→ the buyer behind the new Read more concept, about creating an exciting assortment and how much time he really spends “on the road”.

The one­day congress organized by the makers of Kingpins one day ahead of the eponymous denim trade show kicked off the Amsterdam Denim Days that will turn the Dutch city into the epicenter of denim this week.

In fact, The Transformers was dedicated to the dark side of the denim and clothing industry focussing on the topic of garbage and its avoidance. "The good, the bad & the

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the

ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and

it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.

At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of

Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu

Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out:

“We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles. At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles. At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“

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AMSTERDAM - Four leading brands from the global denim supply chain used this week's Kingpins event in Amsterdam collection where production was based on the most efficient possible use of resources - in particular water - at each sta

The Roadmap to Rational Denim collaborative project and prototype collection was led by specialty chemicals business Archro chemicals business, Garmon, Austrian fibre maker, Lenzing and Spanish fabric maker, Royo, to create a bespoke line where th water-use during production.

Archroma participated with its experience in sustainable, innovative colors and effects, and its Advanced Denim dyeing techn companies have participated with their recognised experience in specialised solutions in each step of the denim manufacturin

"The Roadmap to Rational Denim' idea [looked to] produce denim garments based on the most efficient possible use of resourc of the production - from fibre to finish," said a statement from Archroma. "Each company contributed to the project with their manufacturing to provide a working guideline, a roadmap towards the more rational and sustainable production of jeans."

Andrew Olah, founder and organiser of The Kingpins Shows, said: "With growing urbanisation of our planet and lifestyle, we s back to nature and to do what is in their power to protect it. Denim being what you wear in- and outdoors, it always had this s why Kingpins is proud to support Archroma, Garmon, Lenzing and Royo in a project that shows that sustainability is not a bou source of inspiration and desire for fashion with soul and care."

Miguel Sanchez, head of special dyes, textile specialties, Archroma, added: "At Archroma, we continuously challenge the status make our industry sustainable. The message that 'Rational Denim' intends to transmit is that, in denim and outwear fashion, c longer makes sense. The other way around doesn't either." HAVE YOU ALSO SEEN?

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AMSTERDAM - Four leading brands from the global denim supply chain used this week's Kingpins event in Amsterdam collection where production was based on the most efficient possible use of resources - in particular water - at each sta

The Roadmap to Rational Denim collaborative project and prototype collection was led by specialty chemicals business Archro chemicals business, Garmon, Austrian fibre maker, Lenzing and Spanish fabric maker, Royo, to create a bespoke line where th water-use during production.

Archroma participated with its experience in sustainable, innovative colors and effects, and its Advanced Denim dyeing techn companies have participated with their recognised experience in specialised solutions in each step of the denim manufacturin

"The Roadmap to Rational Denim' idea [looked to] produce denim garments based on the most efficient possible use of resourc of the production - from fibre to finish," said a statement from Archroma. "Each company contributed to the project with their manufacturing to provide a working guideline, a roadmap towards the more rational and sustainable production of jeans."

Andrew Olah, founder and organiser of The Kingpins Shows, said: "With growing urbanisation of our planet and lifestyle, we s back to nature and to do what is in their power to protect it. Denim being what you wear in- and outdoors, it always had this s why Kingpins is proud to support Archroma, Garmon, Lenzing and Royo in a project that shows that sustainability is not a bou source of inspiration and desire for fashion with soul and care."

Miguel Sanchez, head of special dyes, textile specialties, Archroma, added: "At Archroma, we continuously challenge the status make our industry sustainable. The message that 'Rational Denim' intends to transmit is that, in denim and outwear fashion, c longer makes sense. The other way around doesn't either." HAVE YOU ALSO SEEN?

Oeko-Tex outlines Eco Passport thinking

US lecture series spotlights ethical fashion

Sympatex to present recycled PET linings

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AMSTERDAM - Four leading brands from the global denim supply chain used this week's Kingpins event in Amsterdam collection where production was based on the most efficient possible use of resources - in particular water - at each sta

The Roadmap to Rational Denim collaborative project and prototype collection was led by specialty chemicals business Archro chemicals business, Garmon, Austrian fibre maker, Lenzing and Spanish fabric maker, Royo, to create a bespoke line where th water-use during production.

Archroma participated with its experience in sustainable, innovative colors and effects, and its Advanced Denim dyeing techn companies have participated with their recognised experience in specialised solutions in each step of the denim manufacturin

"The Roadmap to Rational Denim' idea [looked to] produce denim garments based on the most efficient possible use of resourc of the production - from fibre to finish," said a statement from Archroma. "Each company contributed to the project with their manufacturing to provide a working guideline, a roadmap towards the more rational and sustainable production of jeans."

Andrew Olah, founder and organiser of The Kingpins Shows, said: "With growing urbanisation of our planet and lifestyle, we s back to nature and to do what is in their power to protect it. Denim being what you wear in- and outdoors, it always had this s why Kingpins is proud to support Archroma, Garmon, Lenzing and Royo in a project that shows that sustainability is not a bou source of inspiration and desire for fashion with soul and care."

Miguel Sanchez, head of special dyes, textile specialties, Archroma, added: "At Archroma, we continuously challenge the status make our industry sustainable. The message that 'Rational Denim' intends to transmit is that, in denim and outwear fashion, c longer makes sense. The other way around doesn't either." HAVE YOU ALSO SEEN?

Oeko-Tex outlines Eco Passport thinking

US lecture series spotlights ethical fashion

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.  At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“ 

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.  At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“ 

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.  At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“ 

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.  At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“ 

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ugly" was the well­chosen subtitle which was meant to make clear in advance that the industry and retailers as well as the consumers do have options in improving the ecological situation by their product offer respectively their consumption behavior and it’s necessary to bring more transparency into the production cycles.  At least this was the consensus between the panelists that included Robert Antoshak of Olah Inc., Michael Kininmonth of Lenzing, Miguel Sanchez of Archroma, Dr. Sedef Uncu Aki of Bossa and Alberto De Conti of Garmon among others. Still, obstacles are in the way, as for example Mariette Hoitink, co­founder of Amsterdam Denim Days, points out: “We extend the action going on in the city center until the weekend on purpose so that the brands have the chance to meet and talk to their consumers. But then some brand representatives told me in advance that they already leave earlier. Some of them do not take this opportunity to get in touch with their consumers! Come on! It’s seems like a completely new idea to them to talk to consumers. But actually, consumers are interested, they want to know more about the products.“ 

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AMSTERDAM - Four leading brands from the global denim supply chain used this week's Kingpins event in Amsterdam collection where production was based on the most efficient possible use of resources - in particular water - at each sta

The Roadmap to Rational Denim collaborative project and prototype collection was led by specialty chemicals business Archro chemicals business, Garmon, Austrian fibre maker, Lenzing and Spanish fabric maker, Royo, to create a bespoke line where th water-use during production.

Archroma participated with its experience in sustainable, innovative colors and effects, and its Advanced Denim dyeing techn companies have participated with their recognised experience in specialised solutions in each step of the denim manufacturin

"The Roadmap to Rational Denim' idea [looked to] produce denim garments based on the most efficient possible use of resourc of the production - from fibre to finish," said a statement from Archroma. "Each company contributed to the project with their manufacturing to provide a working guideline, a roadmap towards the more rational and sustainable production of jeans."

Andrew Olah, founder and organiser of The Kingpins Shows, said: "With growing urbanisation of our planet and lifestyle, we s back to nature and to do what is in their power to protect it. Denim being what you wear in- and outdoors, it always had this s why Kingpins is proud to support Archroma, Garmon, Lenzing and Royo in a project that shows that sustainability is not a bou source of inspiration and desire for fashion with soul and care."

Miguel Sanchez, head of special dyes, textile specialties, Archroma, added: "At Archroma, we continuously challenge the status make our industry sustainable. The message that 'Rational Denim' intends to transmit is that, in denim and outwear fashion, c longer makes sense. The other way around doesn't either." HAVE YOU ALSO SEEN?

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Upcycled ocean waste Kingpins kicks off with project extends to Thailand toxic chemicals debate MADRID - A project which sees yarn being spun from polymers derived from plastic bottles which have been collected Upcycled ocean waste from the sea alongside the catch of project to Thailand hundreds ofextends Spanish fishing boats is now being extended...

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