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Haley Bellows Has Cancer. A T-shirt May Save Her Life.

The cancer had come back, and Haley Bellows was at her lowest. Then her friend printed a T-shirt that summed up exactly how she felt.

By C.J. Mittica, Grace Bennett, Sam Phillips And Chris Ruvo

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Myth Busters

Commonly-held misconceptions within the industry can cripple your ability to succeed. Learn the true answers that will take your business higher.

By Chris Ruvo

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Screen-Printing Success:

The Revolution Will Be Printed

Screen-printing and embroidery are the pillars of the apparel decoration industry, but a wealth of new options have created lucrative growth opportunities for screen printers.

By Chris Ruvo

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Trends

Each issue, Wearables' Education is the source you need for promotional apparel. Fabrics, colors, sizing, decoration, terminology – we cover it all.

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[TRENDS] Neckwear

At this month's New York Fashion Week (featuring the upcoming trends for Spring 2014), designers stuck out their necks – and then covered them with all manner of neckwear. Men's design houses such as N. Hoolywood and Michael Bastian showcased bandanas tied around the neck with collared shirts. Meanwhile, women's neckerchiefs from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ostwald Helgason and Creatures of the Wind channeled Paris cafés, the ladies of Mad Men and Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday.

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