Body-hugging Lycra spandex appears in fluid fashion for fall

October 1993
Textile World;Oct93, Vol. 143 Issue 10, p32
Trade Publication
Features Lycra spandex materials in fabrics for fluid, away-from-the-body fashion trends. Application to knits and wovens; Range of examples in fabrics and garments; Addition of bounce, drape and wrinkle-resistance to classic wovens.


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