Major Trade Associations and Organizations

American Apparel & Footwear Association (United States) American Fiber Manufacturers Association (United States) American Manufacturing Trade Action Coalition (United States) American Marketing Association (United States) Apparel International (United States) Association for Retail Technology Standards (United States) Association of Textile, Clothing and Leather Industry (Czech Republic) Bobbin Show (United States) British Clothing Industry Association (Great Britain) British Fashion Council (Great Britain) British Fur Trade Association (Great Britain) British Hat Guild (Great Britain) Camera Nacional de la Industria Textil (Mexico) Canadian Apparel Federation (Canada) Children's Apparel Manufacturing Association (Canada) Clothing Manufacturers Association of the U.S.A. (United States) Coalition for Equitable Retailer Practices (United States) Color Association of the United States (United States) Comité Colbert (French Luxury Goods Trade Assoc.) Consumer Federation of America (United States) Consumer Products Safety Commission (United States) Costume Society of America (United States) Costume Society of Scotland (Scotland) Cotton Incorporated (United States) Council of Fashion Designers of America (United States) Couture Council of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (United States) Direct Marketing Association (United States) Drapers-Drapers Record and Menswear (Great Britain) Embroidery Trade Association (United States)
European Apparel and Textile Organization (Belgium)
Fashion Center Business Improvement District (New York)
Fashion Design Council of Canada (Canada)
Fashion Design Council of India (India)
Fashion Footwear Association of New York (United States)
Fashion Group International (United States)
Fashion Industry News (United States)
Fédération Française de la Couture, du Prêt-à-Porter des Couturiers et des Créateurs de Mode (France) Fiber Society (United States) Fur Council of Canada (Canada) Hong Kong Trade Development Council (Hong Kong) Hosiery Association (United States) International Apparel Federation (Great Britian) International Fabrics Association International (United States) International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association (United States)
International Mass Retail Association (United States) International Textile and Apparel Association (United States) International Textile, Garment & Leather Workers Federation (Belgium)
International Textile Manufacturers Federation (Germany)
Intimate Apparel Council (United States)
Israel Export Institute (Israel)
Italian Trade Commission (Italy)
IWA: Wool Bureau (United States)
Japan Apparel Industry Council (Japan)
MAGIC International (United States)
Menswear of Canada (Canada)
Menswear Retailing (United States)
Mohair Council of America (United States)
National Academy of Needle Arts (United States)
National Association of Display Industries (United States)
National Association of Retail Merchandising Services (United States)
National Association of Store Fixture Manufacturers (United States)
National Childrenswear Association (Great Britain)
National Council of Textile Organizations (United States)
National Retail Federation (United States)
National Textile Association (United States)
Northern Society of Costume and Textiles
Organic Fiber Council (United States)
Organic Trade Association (United States)
Professional Apparel Association (United States)
Retail Advertising & Marketing Association (United States)
Retail Industry Leaders of America (United States)
Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (United States)
Turkish Clothing Manufacturers Association (Turkey)
Wool Bureau (Australia)

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