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'Textile Design Source' book – Must have for every designer

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Feb '10
The Tif-f-labs School of Fashion, based in Tirupur, which has been promoted by the Tirupur Industrial Federation (TIF), is coming out with a first of its kind “Textile Design Source” book, which will be released shortly.

The main unique selling proposition (USP) of the book is that textile designers can use the designs in the manual as a base to re-produce 10,000 more designs.

The designs have been so created to be helpful to all segments of the textile value-chain, like home textiles, clothing and any other conceivable applications.

In particular, this source manual could prove to be helpful to MSMEs and SMEs in the textile sector as it will help them bring out impressively designed products. In short, it is a must have for every textile designer.

The book which took 12 months to compile contains around 400 designs and has drafted with assistance from Textiles Committee, a entity under the Ministry of Textiles, under its cluster development initiative.

Interested textile designers or companies may place their orders for the book with Mr Vikram Kumar on +91 98947-97774.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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