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The textile industry is now re-employing as many as 20,000 employees who were laid off in 2022. In this case, the Indonesian Textile Association (API) opened its voice. API Chairman Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmadja said that last January, the recruitment of employees who had previously been laid off had been carried out because the industry's domestic market had experienced improvement. "At the beginning of January it seems that the local market has improved a little, so some of our members are trying to hire more employees who have been laid off," said Jemmy, Thursday (23/2/2023).


The famous Indonesian fashion week, Indonesian Fashion Week, will indeed continue until February 26. This national fashion exhibition also presents various works from various brands and fashion designers. One of the collections of Indonesian literature displayed is the collection of Lady Fastro designer Bella Burhan who collaborated with Dekranasda Batang Hari Regency, to highlight the potential of textiles and batik motifs in Batang Hari Regency, Jambi. Bella Burhan also revealed the meaning behind the naming of the collection with Lady Fashtro.

The Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs (MenKopUKM) Teten Masduki in collaboration with the Government of Garut Regency, West Java, is committed to encouraging leather MSME products that are widely occupied by people in the Garut region so that they can grow and become global. “In Garut we are building a factory sharing that provides modern tools for leather shoe and bag makers, which are continuously being developed. So that MSMEs that will make these leather crafts, can do tolling at a lower price. We will make Garut not only a dodol city but also a World of Fashion," said MenKopUKM Teten Masduki in his remarks at the Garut Fashion Show, Indonesia Fashion Week (IFW) 2023 entitled 'Sagara From the East,' at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Friday (24/2).