NEW YORK--A trio of seminars has been slated for next week's Los Angeles International Textile Show. All will be held in the California Mart's Fashion Theater. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 8 a.m., part one of a panel discussion "The Impact of GATT on the Textile Industry" will be held. Irving Vigdor, president of Redwood Associates, Merrick, N.Y., a global trade consultant, will moderate. The panelists are Ron Nathanson, president, Ron Nathanson Textiles, Los Angeles; Peter Frank, division manager, Malden Mills, here, and Jonethon M. Fee, partner in the trade law firm Grunfield, Desiderio Labowitz and Silverman, Atlanta. The second part of the discussion will be held at 8 a.m. on Jan. 25. Also on Jan. 24, at 4 p.m., Angelo Uslenghi, marketing director for Milan's Moda In fabric show, will present his fabric trends for spring-summer 1996. The forecast is being sponsored by the Italian Trade Commission, New York; Moda In, and the Mart.
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