January 1995
Surface Design Journal;Winter95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p9
Trade Publication
An interview with Richard Nelund, creative director of apparel prints for clothing manufacturer Miroglio Group, is presented. When asked about the most important issue in fashion, he reveals that people did not give much interest on the trend of fashion but they prefer what they like most before buying. However, it is a challenge for apparel designers and manufacturers to cope with the increasing demand for products with high quality of fabric.


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