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Industry players believe that demand for textiles and textile products (TPT) will continue to grow, despite the risk of price increases at the consumer level as a result of high global logistics costs. Deputy Chairperson of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) Anne Patricia Sutanto said global logistics conditions did not affect Indonesia's competitiveness compared to other producers. Indonesia's commitment to equalize production in the midst of a pandemic and logistical problems that occur makes textile products less likely to be disrupted.

The rainy season at the end of the year, until 2022, it is estimated that knit vests or knitted vests will be more trendy. One of them is argyle motif. The Argyle textile pattern resembles the shape of a diamond or rhombus in layers. The origin of this motif is also quite mysterious. Argyle is one of the motifs that has become the hallmark of one of Scotland's high-end brands in the 1920s This motif began to become a fashion trend in America when the owner of the Brooks Brothers label brought home pieces of argyle patterned fabric and began producing it in 1949.

Learning and improving skills is important for industry players, including small and medium industries. This prompted Smesco Indonesia to initiate a movement called KRTA, a part of the Future Fashion initiative, the idea of Smesco Indonesia's President Director, Leonard Theosabrata. Starting this initiative, Smesco collaborated with one of the country's well-known brands, LAKON Indonesia to produce a series of silhouettes that are useful for developing MSMEs throughout Indonesia. The movement, which is also fully supported by Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), is named Aradhana.