Lunin, Lois
January 2003
Surface Design Journal;Winter2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
An interview with Galya Rosenfield, innovative fashion designer of interactive clothes influenced by the basic of surface design, is presented. Rosenfield discusses her techniques on how she created her designed clothes without using the traditional thread patterns or other tools used in traditional tailoring. Rosenfield also enthuses that she lets the essence of each fabric or material predominate in the structure and it could be seen in her latest design published within the article.


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