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CLASS gets a permanent space in New York City

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Nov '19
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CLASS - the acronym for Creativity Lifestyle and Sustainable Synergy, has announced that there is a permanent space now for CLASS Smart Materials Bank in New York City, the source for designers and brands, innovators in search of cutting-edge and sustainable textiles & materials. The new address is at Re:Source Library, 520 8th Avenue New York, NY, 10018 US.

“In the past years we have seen an increasing interest from designers and brands as well as students and independent creatives for sustainable materials. Unfortunately, it’s often quite hard to get to know – and touch – real innovations. The CLASS Smart Materials Bank has been conceived as an education tool,” said Luca Olivini, eco hub material manager and smart materials bank founder.

"At Re:Source Library we are excited to host the CLASS Smart Materials Bank textile collection in our space in midtown Manhattan.  Designers can come see the fabrics in person prior to ordering directly from the CLASS e-commerce site," said Tara St James, founder - Re:Source Library.

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