US: Lycra beauty fabrics scheme extended
By just-style.com | 19 July 2011
A year after the launch of its Lycra beauty fabric programme, fibre producer Invista is extending the certification scheme from intimate apparel to swimwear, and adding new mills and qualifying fabrics to its line-up.
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