We typically remove companies from our website if their website links are no longer functioning properly. However, we decided that some companies deserve a second chance. The history of some of these companies should not simply be wiped away. Even if they are now out of business, it would be nice to know which clothing & textile companies have existed. It is very possible that some of these companies are still in business, but maybe their website address changed or the business changed name, location, phone, etc.
This section of the site is a temporary graveyard of companies for which we have lost contact.
It is very possible that these companies are out of business, but we are not certain.
If you find your company below, you are welcome to let us know and we can possibly re-instate your business into the proper section of our site.
We are removing the original website address & contact information that we had on record from the listings below. If you know the proper contact information for any of these companies you are welcome to let us know.
Fiber News: they feature articles from fiber people all over the world. fiber News is a monthly email magazine for fiber enthusiasts. They are interested in hand spinning, weaving, felting and other fiber projects. Each month they feature a spinning, weaving, dyeing and fiber articles and projects. They try to provide a forum for some of the best hobby and professional fiber people to bring their expertise to you in an inexpensive, friendly way.
Impressions EMB (Embroidery/monogram Business) Magazine (part of VNU): Embroidery / Monogram Business is dedicated to helping embroiderers achieve business success. Through their magazine, Web site and face-to-face events (Imprinted Sportswear Shows), they provide professional embroiderers with the information they need to manage their business operations, source the latest products, develop their embroidery skills and market their services. In addition to presenting the latest information on news and trends in the embroidery world, they provide practical information on everything an embroiderer needs to know to operate his or her business, including: how to manage for profitability, find new markets, choose and use equipment and supplies, and apply new digitizing and embroidery techniques.
Lebhar-Friedman Inc.: Lebhar-Friedman is the leading independent publisher and provider of information serving the retail community and its vast supplier network. For 78 years, Lebhar-Friedman has been committed to providing timely, provocative and essential information to its over half a million subscribers
LOULOU Magazine (Canada): fashion magazine regarding shopping, beauty, fashion, style and more.
Lumiere: online fashion news magazine.
LuxuryFashion: An online magazine dedicated to the best of style, celebrity, and travel. Included are features on fashion, rising designers, lustworthy products, celebrity closet raids, city guides, vacation destinations, society guides, a cheeky news & gossip section, celebrity photos, event coverage, an exclusive insider's diary, trends, and tons more. Address 1: Malabar, FL
Madamehunter: Fashion trend mag with music videos, fashion editorials, fashion trends, people and fashion shows pics.
Main Floor: Alton Entertainment Corporation is a convergent media production company. They create and deliver mainstream consumer television and Internet content designed to deliver information. Main Floor is their fashion web site.
Primedia Intertec Publishing Corp.: PRIMEDIA Business Magazines & Media, is a targeted media company that connects sellers with qualified buyers. Through their more than 70 business-to-business publications, 130 Web sites, approximately 100 e-mail newsletters, more than 20 trade shows, and more than 450 books and directories, they address the needs of professionals in 20 market sectors. Explore their site and learn more about how their diverse portfolio of properties can help you reach your target market. Some of the favorites of the Apparel Search staff are Stitches, Profitable Embroiderer, Wearables Business and Modern Uniforms. We are sure you will enjoy them as well.
Stitches: Stitches, the embroidery industry's voice and vision, provides embroiderers and decorators with the latest news, trends and insights, and techniques and products. Stitches offers readers information on how to run their businesses better; the latest and greatest embroidery and decorating trends; what's new in embellishable apparel and products; and machinery and software reviews. Published 10 times a year, including the Embroiderer's Sourcing Guide in June, Stitches provides embroiderers and decorators with the tools they need to increase profits and stay ahead of their competition. Stitches is owned by ASI. About ASI Advertising Specialty Institute is one of the largest media and marketing organization serving the advertising specialty industry, with a membership of 23,000 distributor firms (sellers) and supplier firms (manufacturers) of advertising specialties. Supplier firms use ASI print and electronic resources to market products to more than 20,000 ASI distributor firms. Distributor firms use ASI print and electronic resources, which contain more than 750,000 ad specialties, to locate supplier firms and to market services to buyers. ASI provides catalogs, informational directories, newsletters, magazines, websites and databases, and offers interactive e-commerce, marketing and selling tools.
Textile News Online Southern Textile News, a 60-year-old newspaper published bi-weekly, offers the latest in textile news and news that affects the industry, including trade matters; new advancements in textile equipment; developments in yarn, thread, knits, wovens, nonwovens, cotton, dyeing and finishing and apparel; updates on mill news; and industry trade shows worldwide
Trade & Industry Publishing House: they are a publishing house TRADE & INDUSTRY from St.-Petersburg, Russia. They work on the markets of Russia and the former soviet republics since 1994. They publish a set of specialized textile industry magazines (from industrial equipment and raw materials to ready-made clothes). Their editions are intended for professionals - managers and consultants. They are distributed mainly by direct sending to offices of the biggest Russian textile enterprises, also by subscription and on specialized exhibitions and fairs. It means that they are read by 10 000 to 20 000 of Your possible customers.
The following companies are most definitely still in business: