FRANCE: Tactel Stresses Innovation At Premiere Vision
DuPont's Tactel was used in a concept collection of men's and women's shirts designed by Dirk Schoenberger, shown for the first time at Premiere Vision. This young designer, who has earned a formidable reputation for his innovative menswear, trained in Florence, Munich and Antwerp before launching his first collection in 1996. His designs are found in such leading fashion showcases as Barneys and Saks Fifth Avenue in New York, Harvey Nichols and The Library in London and Seibu in Hong Kong and are the choice of men, including many celebrities, who dress with style and individuality.
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