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Designplus Network Seminar - 'New Technologies in Jersey Fabrics'

An opportunity for Fashion designers to see the latest jersey fabrics and processes being used in the Fashion Industry.

Designplus would like to invite you to our next network seminar:

This seminar is part of a new and exciting Textile Resource being developed at Westminster University, aiming to assist fashion designers with fabric sourcing. The information will relate to garments and publications held at the Resource Centre. In the future, it is hoped that this resource will be of benefit to many small fashion labels, enabling them to create and innovate in the commercial world of Fashion Design.

This seminar will:
• Give fashion designers access to the latest information on jersey fabric sourcing.
• Update designers on new developments in jersey fabric and processes.
• Highlight common technical issues.
• Provide access to leading experts in this area.
• Improve fabric sourcing knowledge and assist business development.

Speakers include M&S and Quantum Clothing

RSVP: To register for this event, please contact the Designplus office and request a booking form


M & S | talks
Quantum Clothing | talks


Date and Time:

8 November 2005 at 1:00 pm


4 hours



Westminster University NLT2
309 Regent Street

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