Textile Vs Technology: Created To Please Or Displease?
Textile Value Chain|February 2021
Corporate Strategies & Communication (CSC)
Nur Hani Aqilah Binti Salehin, Thomas P. S. Ong

Since the 1960s, technology has been revolutionized from the first generation of technology push to the fifth generation of systems integration and networking. We’re all in the technical sense. This include everything we wear, use and clean, the textiles. Textile can be broad, it can be the clothing, home textile, technical textile, medical textile, sports or even military textile. As the textiles are so near to our hearts, we take clothing and home textiles into consideration in this article, all of which have a global forecast worth more than US$ 100 Billion.

Future fashion is not only putting a lot of beading on the clothing, but it has something to do with technology, or we can say much related to nanotechnology. This is because if we can see the trends, people nowadays are working into the old fashion, which is simplicity. Not much beading needed, lots of metallics, textures nor holographic accents. Also, it can be seen now women and men are busy working. We have not enough time to really care for our clothing thus we need easy yet convenient clothing. If possible, we would grab the easiest and fastest clothes.

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