NEW YORK -- In addition to the fabrics, trimmings and CAD/CAM systems on display at the International Fashion Fabric Exhibition, 14 trend presentations and seminars have been scheduled.


8:30 a.m.: "NAFTA & 807," with Beth C. Ring, partner with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg.

11:30 a.m.: "Viewpoint on Apparel...Multi-Media Presentation on Fabric, Color and Print/Pattern Trends for Spring/Summer '95," and "Modeling of Leading-Edge and Environmentally Friendly Fabrics," two consecutive sections, both conducted by Alison Webb, manager of creative services for Wellman.

1 p.m.: "Speaking of Color," hosted by Jay de Silbour, director of marketing, Pantone.

4 p.m.: "A Walking Tour of the IFFE Fabric Trends," conducted by Lucey Harley, principal of Lucey Harley Associates.

4 p.m.: "Color and Trends from Premiere Vision," by Virginia Borland, senior writer, Sourcing News/TIP.


8:30 a.m.: "Spring/Summer '95 Color Projections." Conducting the seminar will be Harley, Roseann Forde, ready-to-wear fashion director, DuPont; Lisa Mainardi, apparel fashion marketing manager, Cotton Inc.; Mary Stipe, promotion and marketing director, American Wool Council, and Karen Puffer, marketing service manager, Lenzing Fibers Corp.

11 a.m.: "Cacophony Spring/Summer 1995, Color and Fabric Trend Forecast," hosted by Mainardi.

12:30 p.m.: "Flax Appeal: Linen Color and Style Trends, Spring/Summer 1995," with Pauline Delli-Carpini, director of U.S. operations for the International Linen Promotion Commission.

2 p.m.: "The Top 10 Trends for Spring 1995," conducted by David Wolfe, creative director, Doneger Group.

4 p.m.: "Tour De Retail: What's In the Streets, What's In the Windows, What You Want to Know," hosted by Pat Brown, director of design, The Photo Report/Margit Publications.

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