LA Textile Partners with Stylesight

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LOS ANGELES-The Los Angeles International Textile Show (LA Textile) has formed an alliance with Stylesight, the fashion-trend analysis and forecasting firm.

Under the terms of the partnership, Stylesight will, in effect, become the show's official trend partner. The company will provide show attendees with a look at key directions in textiles and trims for each season through the LA Textile Trend Forum, located in the Main Lobby of the California Market Center, where the show takes place.

Stylesight has served as presenter of trend seminars at previous LA Textile shows. The company delivers information and an online work space designed to help the textiles industry anticipate and analyze changes in the marketplace.

The next LA Textile show is scheduled for Feb. 25-27.

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