NEW YORK — In addition to the fabrics, trimmings and CAD/CAM machinery on display, the International Fashion Fabric Exhibition will present 17 seminars at its trade show next week. Following is the schedule.

Monday, March 18
9 a.m.: “Linen Trends for Spring/Summer ’97: Colors, Structures and Themes.”
11 a.m.: “The Top 10 Trends for Spring/Summer ’97.”
12:30 p.m.: “Inside the Mind of the Apparel Consumer.”
1:30 p.m.: “Expression ’97.”
3 p.m.: “Presenting Current Color Trends.”
4:30 p.m.: “Dramatic Changes and New Rules for Importers of Foreign Fabrics Beginning July 1996.”

Tuesday, March 19
9 a.m.: “American Trend and Color Committee: Spring/Summer ’97 Color Projections.”
11 a.m.: “Viewpoint on Apparel: A Multimedia Presentation on Fabric, Color and Print/Pattern Trends for Spring/Summer ’97.”
12:30 p.m.: “Promostyl’s New Actuastyl Conference: Short-term Trend Report for Women’s Wear.”
2 p.m.: “New Dimensions in Fashion: Color and Fashion Trends for Spring/Summer ’97.”
3 p.m.: “Trends in Product Development.”
4:30 p.m.: “Fabrics From Europe: New Fabric Silhouettes, Trends and Colors for Spring/Summer ’97.”

Wednesday, March 20
9 a.m.: “Textile Editors from WWD Discuss Textile Trends: Where They’ve Been, Where They’re Going.”
11 a.m.: “Sensibilities: Fashion and Interior Taste Circa Spring/Summer ’97.”
1 p.m.: “How Designers and Mills Can Work Together to Minimize Reinterpretation of Print Designs When Using Computer-Aided Design.”
2 p.m.: “The Next Frontier in Apparel Sourcing.”

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