GlobalTex LA Sourcing Fair Sets Agenda

LOS ANGELES - GlobalTex: LA International Textile & Sourcing Fair taking place here later this month will include several educational programs.
     Most are specific to the apparel trade, but some could be of interest to home textiles product developers.
     All events will be held in the Seminar Suite located on the show floor (West Hall, Hall A) at the Los Angeles Convention Center, where the show is taking place Sept. 28-30.
     On Sept. 28, Fran and Arnold DuSude of Design Options will present "The Left Coast Appraoch to Color and Lifestyle Trends for Autumn/Winter 2011 at 10:30 a.m.
     The following day at 1:30 p.m., Benjamin Moore director of trends and design Doty Horn will discuss universal color trends and how they translate to all industries. She will also display the 2012 colors, which launched this month.
     Also on the 29th, the president of the California Fashion Association, Ilse Metchek, will host a panel discuss to review the Consumer Product Safety Issue Act as well as chemical testing, customer requirements, export regulations, labor law compliance and intellectual property issues.
     There will be networking and wine tasting get-togethers for attendees at 3 p.m. on the 28th and 29th. For more information, visit

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