SRI LANKA: Design Festival highlights sourcing opportunities
By Leonie Barrie | 11 October 2011
Sri Lanka is gearing up for its third annual Design Festival next month, offering a key opportunity for fashion buyers, brands, retailers, designers and opinion leaders to take a closer look at the country's apparel and textile industry.
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