A denim seminar was held by Isko I-skool in Italy from March 13 to 15. This was part of Isko I-skool’s educational activities, where students learnt about the supply chain. Participants got an up-close look at many aspects of the denim industry. Students learnt and experienced all the steps of denim production, from cotton bolls to the latest washing technologies and forecasting trends.
Isko I-skool is the global fashion talent by Isko, a world leader in denim production and textile innovation. The seminar was held thanks to the invaluable contribution of some of the project’s prestigious partners: Lenzing, Archroma, Itema, Reca Group, Tonello, Swarovski and Betabrand.
Isko opened in 1904 and is the world’s largest denim manufacturer under one roof. With 1,500 high-tech automated looms, global distribution of employees and a production capacity of 250 million meters of fabric per year, the portfolio includes more than 25,000 products.
Isko has a presence in 30 countries and an international network of textile technologists, design experts and retail specialists. Use of its revolutionary stretch textile technology in jeggings gave women a sculpting, slim-line elegance. Its concepts can be tailored for any requirement including haute couture, street wear, jeans wear, sports wear and boutique collections.