AUSTRIA: Joseph Otten Rounds Off Range With Printed Fabrics
The Austrian house of Joseph Otten plans to extend its activities into the sphere of printed fabrics following its recent takeover of the La Lenea collection previously produced in Switzerland by Herbelein.
The prints will primarily be on linen, viscose and cotton. Joseph Otten managing director Werner Sulzer describes the new ranges as 'rounding off' his company's overall offer.
Otten will be responsible for both marketing and production of the La Lenea collection.
By Sonia Roberts.
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