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Glamour label Talbot Runhof opts for cad.assyst
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Dec '10
The Munich-based Talbot Runhof has opted to use a license from the assyst company for its automatic pattern construction. The fashion company develops evening and special-occasion apparel with matching accessoires - not only for prominent stars, but also for the 'normal' woman who perhaps goes to work, who has a family, who believes that her apparel expresses her own personality - and who enjoys representing her job, her company or her husband and his company on occasion...

“We are very proud to have gained such a prominent customer as Talbot Runhof. Our objective is to provide this world-famous couture label with support for the design of its complex cuts and styles - and then to grade these in a fully automatic procedure” said Andreas Seidl, Managing Director of assyst.

Talbot Runhof embodies a cunning, sophisticated glamour, the main ingredient being the delicate balance between fabric, fabric mixes, color and cut.

assyst develops integrated CAD and PLM solutions for the Fashion and Interiors industries. As the German market leader, assyst offers you first-class products. The company operates on a worldwide basis with leading companies which want to increase their achievement potential. Our approach to success is: “Your business first”.

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