The labelling of textile products harmonises the names of textile fibres and other terms used in labelling or other documents accompanying these products, in order to ensure adequate information for consumers and to promote the development of the market.
The Textile Labelling Act is a regulatory statute. It requires that consumer textile articles bear accurate and meaningful labelling information to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions.
The main objective of Textile Labelling are :
1.to protect consumers against misrepresentation in the labelling and advertising of textile fibre products
2.to enable consumers to choose textiles on the basis of fibre content
Fashion is not defined solely by clothing choices, but it is also conveyed through the way we carry ourselves, our personalities and our views of the world.In addition to the actual items of clothing we wear, there are other features that we have come to accept as part of ‘dress’. Among these are hairstyles, makeup, and accessories such as jewelry. Additionally, body decoration such as tattoos and piercings have come to be considered part of the contemporary vocabulary of dress.An important aspe
Costing is the system of computing cost of production or of running a business, by allocating expenditure to various stages of production or to different operations of a firm. Costing is the deciding factor of the prices and the important thing to be followed in all important stages like purchase, production, marketing, sales, etc. The cost calculation in the textile industry is still almost exclusively based on the production cost data.