Technical fabrics tailored to the mainstream
By just-style.com | 23 May 2003
Technically innovative fabrics offer the best opportunities for European weavers to remain major players in the global market. And by targeting these to mainstream fashion manufacturers the organisers of Future by Tissu Premier think they are on to a winner. Sonia Roberts reports.
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