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Whether you're a textile aficionado, a fashion-forward individual, or someone seeking to understand the fusion of tradition and innovation, Tex Tales is your window to the into the dynamic and ever-evolving world of Indian textiles and fashion.
Revolutionising Global Textile Partnerships: India’s Sustainable Pathway to ESG Excellence
The textile industry, historically associated with significant environmental social and governance (ESG) impact, has undergone a paradigm shift. The specific timing of the need for ESG in the Indian textile industry can be traced back to the early 2000s when global attention began focusing more on sustainable and responsible business practices.
India's Textile Industry Set to Weave Global Success
India’s textile industry is positioned at the cusp of a transformative journey and is well poised to shape the global textile landscape. With a rich heritage dating back centuries and a promising trajectory into the future, the industry's evolution promises innovation, sustainability, traceability and global supply chain integration.
AI in Textiles: A stitch for the future
With the advent of AI, the world is gearing up for a phenomenal change. From self-servicing vehicles to AI-generated hologram news readers, no corner of human life is untouched by new-age technology, and Textiles are no exception. Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of 'Make in India', combined with the call for a 'Viksit Bharat', the textile industry has taken up the mantle to not only contribute to this mission but also spearhead it by embracing new technology.
It’S time to ‘UNCHAIN’ the global textile value chain
The Indian textile industry has a few parallels in the world, and belonging to the country of traditions, textiles are one of our most cherished ones. We are one of the few global players who boast of a complete textile value chain employing over 45 million people out of which 75% are females.
Stepping out in the Right Size
India is the world’s largest democracy with more than 1.4 billion citizens who live in varied climates and follow different lifestyles that have resulted in diverse body shapes and therefore, a need for a distinct India Size. Presently, India models its apparel and footwear sizes along the lines of the US and UK size charts that are deficient in many ways to fulfil the requirements of Indian body type.