The Collection Showcases the Comfort, Style and Versatility of Cotton for Every Holiday Occasion with Celebrity and Content Creators. Available […]
Cotton Incorporated launches new 3D fabrics for designers and developers
Cotton Incorporated survey says shoppers plan to spend 12% more on clothing.
Learn more about one of the biggest global nonwoven markets. Cotton Incorporated, a respected global resource for cotton research, furthers its ongoing educational outreach with two new video lectures released through the Cottonworks™ platform.
The response to COVID-19 is altering American life. Social distancing, working remotely, when possible, and the shift of education from public schools to the privacy of living rooms and kitchen tables is the strange, new normal.
To better understand the effects of the pandemic on consumer habits and attitudes, Cotton Incorporated posed a series of questions to 500 U.S. consumers
Dr. Baohong Zhang of East Carolina University was selected as recipient of the 2019 Cotton Biotechnology Award.
Paying homage to the iconic Rosie the Riveter, Cotton Incorporated and THE GREAT. unite to create a jumpsuit for the modern-day Rosie
Cotton Incorporated’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ denim recycling program announces the Denim Stack Challenge Thursday, October 31, 2019 New York, […]
The two honorees for the 2019 Cotton Research and Promotion Hall of Fame include the late Ruth Benerito (Louisiana) and Dr. Johnie Jenkins (Mississippi).
Gaylon Morgan Appointed Research Director for Agricultural & Environmental Research Division at Cotton IncorporatedJune 17, 2019
In this role, Dr. Morgan will focus on weed and weed management research.
Yazoo City Cotton Grower to Oversee Cotton Research and Promotion Program Thursday, January 25, 2019 Cary, North Carolina Bernie Jordan, […]
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Cary, North Carolina Dr. David M. Stelly of Texas A&M University was selected as the recipient […]
Three honorees for the 2018 Cotton Research and Promotion Hall of Fame include: the late W.L. “Billy” Carter (North Carolina); Jesse Moore (Virginia); and Charles H. Chewning (North Carolina).
According to responses to the Cotton Incorporated Lifestyle Monitor™ Survey, cotton is the fiber parents prefer for their children’s back-to-school apparel.
Cotton Incorporated introduces PUREPRESS™, a durable press technology that keeps clothes wrinkle- and formaldehyde-free.
Monday January 22, 2018 Cary, North Carolina The industry’s best resource for education, training and technical assistance for all-things cotton […]
Cotton University™ adds four new courses to the College of Nonwovens Wednesday December 20, 2017 Cary, North Carolina Cotton Incorporated, the […]
The three honorees for the 2017 Cotton Research and Promotion Hall of Fame include: the late Dr. Harold L. “Hal” Lewis (Arkansas); the late Lawson “Sykes” Martin (Alabama); and Dr. William M. “Bill” Lyle (Texas).
Sustainability is a major focus in businesses across all industries. From agriculture to retail – companies across the globe are working to reduce environmental impacts. Cotton Incorporated, the research and promotion company for U.S. cotton producers and importers, extends its commitment to sustainability of cotton across the supply chain by appointing Dr. Jesse Daystar, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer.
Cotton Incorporated and Bloomingdale’s are enabling instant shopping gratification with the launch of the first 60-second, shoppable fashion show, bringing cotton apparel from the catwalk to the closet with a click. Hosted by lifestyle celebrity and cotton-enthusiast, Kristin Cavallari, the fully interactive video will be available online at Who What Wear beginning Sept. 7, where shoppers can select outfits, access product information, share via social media platforms and purchase items directly from the runway. Customers will also be able purchase looks from the collection at Bloomingdale’s stores across the U.S.
Flip through the posts on your social media feed and images of newborns swaddled in pink and blue striped cotton receiving blankets is a common image from new parents. In fact, it’s so familiar, it inspired ‘The United of America’ campaign from Cotton Incorporated, the research and promotion company for U.S. cotton producers and importers, which reflects consumers’ emotional connection to cotton.
“Leave Comfort to Clothes” Makes Comfort a Catalyst The Cotton Incorporated Consumer Marketing Division has released the first of three […]
A consortium led by Z. Jeffrey Chen of The University of Texas at Austin and Jane Grimwood and Jeremy Schmutz […]
Cotton Incorporated and PurThread Technologies, Inc. announce a collaboration to bring PurThread’s permanently embedded anti-odor solution to cotton knit and […]