Jones, Susan
October 1992
Surface Design Journal;Fall92, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the textile works of Patrice Hugues. Hugues is remarkable for his deep understanding of the association between human and textiles with its capability to protect, express the body volume and form. Fabrics and textiles reflect the cultural origins of the society and represent the functional, aesthetic and symbolic requirements of the environment. New technology helps the textile industry advance its designs and quality through the creation of a more beautiful textural pattern and decorative elements in it.


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