Past, present and future prospects – Jute fashion industryOn October 29, 2021 by Emma Collymore
Within days, several steps were taken to give the fashion world a much greener look. These steps have revolutionized the greater use of natural fibers such as jute. Also known as gold fiber, jute is the latest buzzword. According to the UN General Assembly, 2009 will be considered the International Year of Natural Fibers. Some of the world’s recognized jute organizations, such as: International Trade and the International Jute Study Group, have organized several programs representing the diverse use and development of jute. Although jute is one of the most versatile and cheap natural fabrics, in most fashion trends it is neglected. The reasons for this can be many, or the disinterest of many authorities and ordinary consumers of fashion products, etc.
In the past, in the field of technological advances in the installation of better spinning equipment and lack of funds was not. After the 1950s no innovation in technology was noticed. However, machines installed during this period are still used in many South Asian countries.
During the 1990s, the jute industry developed rapidly as various global organizations began to provide monetary, technological, and research assistance. The largest owners are the countries of South Asia, and most of the aid is spent on the purchase of equipped jute machines.
In the next era, the production of fashionable jute products is expected to double. The initial trends in the jute market are quite bright and favorable. Jute is a very good for fashion fiber of bright color. Fashionable clothes and other jute goods are enough to excite and attract any fashionable freak.