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Emerald International takes on board, Roberto Inglesi
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Italian Designer and Shirt Specialist
Italian Designer and Shirt Specialist
Italian Designer and Shirt Specialist, Roberto Inglesi, joins Emerald International the leading shirt manufacturers of Sri Lanka, to further improve their brand portfolio and give the same a touch of high-end Italian essence in the production of perfect shirts.

Commencing his career in Italy, Inglesi today consists of four decades of first-hand experience of work with few of the biggest garment multinationals in more than three continents, worldwide. Inglesi, over the years, has widely contributed in providing facilities for world class organisations and brands, to help them reach never-before-seen levels of success.

Pierre Cardin, Armani, John Player, Roberto Cavalli, ITC group of India Wills Life style, Faconable, Stanza, Dior and Madura apparels, the only licensee for Van Heusen, Louis Philippe, Allen Solly and the like have been nourished and have grown under the guidance of Inglesi's immense knowledge and experience.

Inglesi specializes in various activities such as product development, designing styles and fits for intelligent automation techniques for higher quality shirt manufacturing.

With the intention of turning Emerald in to one of the strong globally renowned brands, Inglesi was brought on the company's board, informed MMM Ihsan, Executive Director, Emerald International. He also added that, Inglesi in a way represents the company's core values of high quality, advanced technology and precision in manufacturing the perfect shirt for all occasions.

Ihsan believes that with the firm's rich heritage since 50 years in the shirt producing industry clubbed with Inglesi's global experience, will help the firm launch a never before collection of Emerald shirts.

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