Fashion Café: The Free Live Fashion Q&A Event Hosted by Annette Lennerup

Fashion Café: The Free Live Fashion Q&A Event Hosted by Annette Lennerup

The FREE live event will take place on Friday the 26th of November at 3:00 p.m. CET / 9:00 a.m. EST. When you register for this event, you’ll get the chance to win an Amazon Card that can be used to buy a fashion design or business book to learn more and speed up your success! Link given in the end. The lockdown has made a lot of people think about where they are in their lives and about their careers. Some of them have even started to work for themselves. With the Fashion Café, Annette Lennerup from Fashion Design Tribe is going to help new fashion entrepreneurs by answering as many of their questions as possible. The Fashion Café is a live Q&A event hosted by Annette Lennerup from Fashion Design Tribe, where they’ll be answering questions about designing, manufacturing and starting your own brand. It’s a virtual event, so you can do it from your own home with the comfort of a nice cup of coffee. It will take place on Friday the 26th of November at 3:00 p.m. CET / 9:00 a.m. EST. During the event they’ll be answering questions like ‘How do I earn money to start my own fashion brand?’, ‘What tools should I use when I’m designing my collection?’ and ‘How do I negotiate my minimums with a manufacturer?’ When you register for this event, you’ll get the chance to win an Amazon Card that can be used to buy a fashion design or business book to learn more and speed up your success. Once you have registered for the event you will get an email with more details about how to join the live stream.

More about Annette Lennerup and why she is hosting this event:

Annette Lennerup, The founder of Fashion Design Tribe, supporting fashion brands and entrepreneurs with her 18 years of industry experience. Fashionnovation

Annette Lennerup, The founder of Fashion Design Tribe, supporting fashion brands and entrepreneurs with her 18 years of industry experience. Photo courtesy: Annette Lennerup

Annette said, “For the past 18 years I’ve worked in the fashion industry and the last 8 years I’ve been working with helping start-up and small fashion brands to learn about the industry and take their design to production. This is my passion and as I want to help a lot more brands and entrepreneurs I decided to host this event to share my knowledge.” “I have learnt about each step needed and know exactly what they need, both by helping others and also by having my own fashion brand for 6 years,” she added. From her vast experience, Annette learned how to create the best tech packs, how to find and communicate with manufacturers and how to sell the products, and she has also helped others do the same. Annette’s goal is to teach you to make the process of having a fashion brand much easier than going at it alone. You will love the community and have lots of fun with like-minded fashionpreneurs. You will also learn a lot about the fashion industry and filling in your gaps and helping you launch your product! All you have to do to join in, is to sign up for free! Just go to this link https://www.subscribepage.com/fashioncafe Don’t forget to join Annette’s Facebook group to meet like-minded fashionpreneurs. www.facebook.com/groups/fashiondesigntribe If you have something worth sharing to the world and get featured in Fashionnovation, e-mail us at fashionnovationfd@gmail.com

 

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12 Fashion Illustrations Done by Students Which Will Blow Your Mind

12 Fashion Illustrations Done by Students Which Will Blow Your Mind

Fashion illustration is a great tool for fashion designers to express their ideas to their potential customers. As a picture can speak a thousand words, fashion illustration lets a designer to communicate easily. Fashion illustration is taught in every fashion institutions and Department of Textile Fashion and Design of Bangladesh University of Textiles is not an exception. Here are some of the stunning fashion illustrations from different batches of the students and members of Fashionnovation.

1. Fashion Illustration with print repeat designs by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa

Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa’s striking illustrations with seamless print repeat designs are striking. The floral designs with vibrant colors are an expression of femininity.

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Sumaiya Ferdousi Arpa. Fashionnovation

2. Fashion illustration of Bangladeshi couple by Gulshan Ara Tasnim

Gulshan Ara Tasnim has done some amazing tasks with the dress design of Bangladeshi couple where she has designed saree and punjabi. The vibrant color and the details are noteworthy. She has also produced an anime type character which represents her Otaku feelings.

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

Fashion illustration by Gulshan Ara Tasnim. Fashionnovation

3. Western Dresses by Jinnat Ara Ferdous

Jinnat ara ferdous has experimented with western dresses and her striking detail works are visible which shows her expertise of focusing on the details. She has done some intricate patterns on her dresses and worked with darker colors. All in all her details her praiseworthy and as a student these works are certainly a sign of excellence!

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

Illustration by Jinnat Ara Ferdous. Fashionnovation

That’s all for today! Fashionnovation will showcase more of such amazing works in the future. Till then stay tuned and don’t forget to send your works like these to our email address: fashionnovationfd@gmail.com

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Auburn University’s AMDA, Their Activities & Goals

Auburn University’s AMDA, Their Activities & Goals

AMDA (Apparel Merchandising & Design Association) of Auburn University, Alabama and how they are working with the fashion students to shape the fashion world

What is AMDA?

AMDA is a platform available for the students in the merchandising and design majors within the Consumer and Design Sciences Department in the College of Human Sciences. The full form of AMDA is Apparel Merchandising & Design Association. It’s handled by Auburn University. AMDA represents the AMDP (Apparel Merchandising, Design & Production) program on campus and locally through private and public meetings and events. There are group meetings for members throughout the school year along with special events planned by the executive board. AMDA hopes to promote the AMDP students and facility by collaborating with other similar organizations and businesses to put on fashion shows, clothing drives and scholarships. AMDA was created to support and encourage AMDP students in their education and future careers within the apparel industry.

Auburn University’s Apparel Merchandising & Design Association. Source: AMDA Instagram page

AMDA’s Activity:

1. Fashion Event:

Fashion Event by CADS and AMDA. Source: AMDA

Fashion Event by CADS and AMDA. Source: AMDA

In 2011, the newly-formed AMDA, the professional organization for Auburn apparel students, relied on local connections to arrange the premiere Fashion Event. Accessories were borrowed from a vintage shop, a salon in town provided hair and makeup and even venue space was donated to the effort. Everything down to the music – played then on an iPod – was planned with just a $300 budget and students’ drive to succeed.

But at last, with attendance nearing a thousand, the Fashion Event has become widely known as Auburn’s premier creative showcase of student work, connecting apparel students with the industry’s best internships and job placements

Fashion Event by CADS and AMDA. Source: AMDA

Fashion Event by CADS and AMDA. Source: AMDA

And now whoever wants to see unconventional feats of fashion and fresh apparel design are invited to experience The Fashion Event – Auburn University’s premier fashion showcase featuring creations by the next generation of fashion designers and merchandisers. Actually this fashion event is a fashion showcase featuring creations by the next generation of fashion designers and merchandisers.

Year after year, students have said The Fashion Event is an invaluable experience for aspiring apparel designers and merchandisers, offering them the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of a design show before they even graduate. ty. The purpose of the event is to showcase the work of AMDP students demonstrating their creativity, versatility, and capability as future fashion professionals in multiple career paths.

Fashionnovation Your Mentor Talks’ First Episode with Ms. Ummey Hani Barsha

2. AMDP:

The AMDP program offers two undergraduate options — Apparel Merchandising (APME) and Apparel Design and Production Management (APDP) – as well as Master’s and PhD level opportunities. Auburn’s nationally ranked apparel programs do a great job of preparing the graduates for careers in today’s global apparel industry. An integrated approach to studying apparel throughout the supply chain provides students with the education and experiences to become a valued member of firms throughout the apparel and related industries.

3. “SWATCH” Magazine:

In the fall 2020 semester, officers in the AMDA, created a magazine named “SWATCH”, a student-driven publication. This magazine features original content and innovative designs from Auburn’s apparel students in the College of Human Sciences.

SWATCH magazine by Auburn University's Apparel Merchandising & Design Association. Source: AMDA

SWATCH magazine by Auburn University’s Apparel Merchandising & Design Association. Source: AMDA

SWATCH magazine boosted morale, encouraged creativity and provided valuable experience for Auburn students amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This magazine has published many blogs within this recent times.

4. Sustainable Course:

AMDA provides a sustainable course which is actually about fashion & sustainability through which student can understand luxury fashion in a changing world & can be aware about maintaining sustainability.

 

Auburn University's Apparel Merchandising & Design Association

Auburn University’s Apparel Merchandising & Design Association

Future Goals:

1.AMDA wants to build up student network with professionals in the industry which will help them to enrich their practical knowledge. And thus they can create relationships & obviously will be benefitted to lead internships & jobs.

2. They are focused on advancement throughout the graduates’ career. Lifelong learning and transferable skill sets are emphasized.

3. AMDA wants to make “A Healthier U” & already students of AMDA are committed to using repurposed fabric for handmade, fashionable masks. Their target is to sell every mask for $5 and to place the orders by the end of the day.

https://www.linkedin.com/company/apparel-merchandising-and-design-association#:~:text=AMDA%20is%20an%20organization%20available%20for%20the%20students,locally%20through%20private%20and%20public%20meetings%20and%20events.

http://ocm.auburn.edu/newsroom/campus_notices/2021/01/071106-auapparel.php

https://www.swatchbyamda.com/

https://www.instagram.com/p/CO59zdhtkCd/

http://ocm.auburn.edu/newsroom/campus_notices/2020/07/241351-mask-fundraiser.php

-Team Members:

1. Tamanna TAbassum

2. Gulshan Ara Tasnim

3. Nazmin Akter Shaila

4. Nashita Ahmed

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Fashionnovation Your Mentor Talks’ First Episode with Ms. Ummey Hani Barsha

Fashionnovation Your Mentor Talks’ First Episode with Ms. Ummey Hani Barsha

On September 26, 2021, Fashionnovation arranged a session with Ms. Umme Hani Barsha, an ex-student of BUTEX batch-38 and also Adjunct faculty of Department of Textile Fashion & Design (TFD) of Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTEX) who is currently studying MS in Consumer & Design Science, majoring in Design and Applied Arts at Auburn University. She is our first guest in “Fashionnovation Your Mentor Talks.” She is one of the dearest mentor and well-wisher of Fashionnovation and she supported the platform from the beginning of its journey, right from 7 July 2018.

In that session, our discussion areas were higher studies in fashion, building up and honing skills related to fashion and how to enjoy life to the fullest-valuing each and every experience we gather. In the session, BUTEX 43, 44, 45 & 46th batch joined spontaneously and all credits of managing & directing the session goes to the Founder & President Kazi Farhan Hossain Purba.

Our guest- Ms. Barsha started the session by stating the most valuable advices of her Professor which are- Always ask questions! Because in graduation life, whoever is curious to know more, he/she will be more successful in his/her life.

Fashion design higher study guidelines:

Ms. Barsha then guided us about taking higher studies. If a student wants to achieve his higher educational degrees in Europe, then he must have an excellent portfolio. Also European Universities want practical knowledge in design sector. And to study in America you must take GRE. In America, you will get departments of Natural Sciences (mainly for students of Fabric & Yarn engineering as major), Polymer Science (mainly for Wet Process Engineers & Dyes and Chemical Engineers), Merchandising and Designing.

Then if you want to go to Germany, fashion design students will have to face some challenges as in Germany, normally there is no tuition fees for other students but in fashion design as well as art based subjects such as architecture, photography, you will have to pay tuition fees. If you know German language, French, then you can apply for Dutch and French scholarships respectively. Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Denmark also have textile related universities. In Netherlands, there is only one university named Utrecht University, in which you can continue your study in English. In New Zealand, you can get a government scholarship in the designing sector at Auckland University. For applying in Denmark, you must complete the first level of their language. In Japan, there is fashion design learning opportunities in Bunka Fashion College which ranks in the top 20 of the world. In Hong Kong Polytechnic, there are mainly PAD courses but you can also go through your graduate level here.

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Then if you want to go with Australia or Canada, it will be suitable if you can go on a fully funded scholarship. And in that case, you will have to show a good amount of bank balance. Pertinently, it must be included that there is only one university in Canada named Ryerson offering fashion design degree. And for Textile Engineering, there is University of Toronto, University of Manitoba, University of Alberta. In Australia’s RMIT, women get 18 kinds of scholarships & to apply for that you must have 2 years full time job experience.

You will be happy to know that there was a special guest in our session whose name is Mr. Asef Amer Priyo who is also our BUTEXian senior from the same batch of Ms. Barsha. And he is now working in Decathlon Sports Bangadesh, having working experience of 4.5 years in the industry. He advised to enrich English communication skill, presentation skill and learn Microsoft Excel & Powerpoint from undergraduate level. He clarified about the job sectors of Textile Fashion Design as well as Textile Engineering. He said actually one will get a job or not it totally depends on the performance at the interview board and how much your CV is enriched. Also you must have a very strong portfolio. And at the interview board, you must know what you say and know what you know.

Then again Ms. Barsha said a fashion designer must have knowledge not only about designing but also about the fabric, its drapability, texture etc. Because fabric, stitch, pattern-these all are strongly connected with fashion.

When one of the participants of that session asked about the importance of CGPA in higher studies, Ms. Barsha replied that high CGPA is not a must for applying for foreign scholarships. But if you want fully funded scholarship and a good subject as per your choice then you will be much benefited if you have a high CGPA. But don’t be upset if it’s by chance low because you can cover it up by achieving high scores at speaking & writing of IELTS and at analytical writing of GRE.

Mr. Asef Amer Priyo was sharing his vauable experience with the audience.

Mr. Asef Amer Priyo was sharing his vauable experience with the audience.

 

Is having a published research paper important for higher studies?

Another question came from the participants about the importance of research papers. Madam replied that, actually on master’s or graduate level, teachers of foreign universities do not really want or expect research papers from the students. But you must have a crystal clear knowledge about your research interests. She again mentioned about having a strong portfolio. She referred to a youtube channel named Zoe Hong to enrich your portfolio. She also suggested a site named issue.com to see many kinds of portfolio there.

Ms. Barsha said that during her application for MS, she generalized the ranking of the university where she applied, research interests related to her and noted if the university is fully funded or partially funded. Again another student asked her about the fashion sectors of foreign universities. Madam replied there are fashion photography, visual merchandising, fashion merchandising, sourcing sector & designing sectors. Last of all, she uttered specially for fashion designing students to learn Adobe softwares like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, etc.

At last our special guest Mr. Asef gave us some life hacks. He said,”Forget about being disheartened. No knowledge is small, no knowledge is short! So if you have leisure, it’s better to learn something new. Always use your time efficiently.” Then Barsha madam suggested, “Obviously do work but enjoy your life to the fullest in your undergrad!”

It was really an amazing session! We learnt a lot from Ms. Barsha & Mr. Asef. We are expressing our gratitude to them and the organizer of this session, Mr. Kazi Farhan Hossain Purba. Hope that we will get more sessions like this & will be able to learn a lot!

Nashita Ahmed

Dept.Environmental Science & Engineering,

Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTEX)

ID: 2020-1-10-041

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Free and Paid Fashion Illustration Courses for you

Free and Paid Fashion Illustration Courses for you

If you are a fashion designer, you must have sought for free fashion illustration courses at least for once. In a fashion illustration course, you learn to draw your ideas on a paper meticulously with proper guidance packed in a cocktail of experience worth of many years. But sometimes it becomes tough to decide which course to choose as there are so many free Fashion illustration courses! In this particular article, we are going to drive you through 7 most effective fashion illustration or digital fashion illustration online courses for beginners that we have found in the web to smoothen your decision making. Not all of them are free but we have selected two free courses as a surprise for you in the end! So, let’s begin.

Udemy Basic Fashion Illustration Course:

It’s a 4 month course with 4.4 ratings to learn the simple techniques of how to draw fashion figures and postures which is created by Wanwisa Rianrungrueng. It costs $29.99.

 

Basic fashion illustration course by Udemy. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.Free Fashion illustration courses

Basic fashion illustration course by Udemy. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.

What you will learn:

  • It is an ideal course for a beginner to an intermediate.
  • To draw the fashion figures starting from the basic understanding of the 9 head proportion, body elements from head to toe, movement and posture to fashion poses with garments.
  • You will get feedback on your sketches.

What this course includes:

2.5 hours on-demand video

3 articles and 7 downloadable resources

Full lifetime access

Certification of completion

Who are eligible for this course:

˃ anyone who is interested in fashion illustration.

˃ Advance learners also can enroll it.

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London College of Fashion-Fashion Illustration Online Short Course :

It’s a 6 weeks long online course where one will work with a professional illustrator to develop one’s personal style of illustration and created a range of expressive pieces to add to their portfolio. This course costs £500.00. There are 7 different batches for admission and all batches are UK timed.

Fashion illustration online short course by London College of Fashion. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.

Fashion illustration online short course by London College of Fashion. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.

What you will learn:

  • Create your own personalized drawing style
  • Combining structured composition into your designs
  • Good skill at create artwork using multiple medium including ink, markers, watercolors, crayons and pastels, collage, digital and mixed media
  • Illustrate the human body, and to draw fashion garments and clothes
  • Enhance your creativity to create original designs by using original concepts and themes
  • Using your designs to build up your portfolio
  • Evaluating your work and others within the group

What this course includes:

live online lessons, lessons recordings

access to VLE with course content

2 weeks online access

support from the forums

certificate on completion

Who are eligible for this course:

All levels are welcome for this course. Anyone who is looking for to find expression through another medium or who wants to develop his sketching and illustrating skills is welcomed for this course.

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Joanna Baker Online Illustration Course:

This course is designed by Joanna Baker with all of her favorite methods and techniques for rendering fashion illustration. You will also find her on YouTube.

Figure 2: Fashion illustration course by London College of Fashion. Free Fashion illustration courses?

Figure 2: Fashion illustration course by London College of Fashion.

There are several illustration courses come with different cost. The fashion illustration with marker rendering for beginners course costs $349. In this course one will not only learn to draw basic fashion figure but also learn to sketch a basic fashion runway figures.

Joanna Baker's students' review about her fashion illustration course. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from the official website.

Joanna Baker’s students’ review about her fashion illustration course. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from the official website.

What you will learn:

  • To sketch the basic runway figure, different body shape and size, pose variation
  • Acquainted with different markers techniques, patterns and popular fashion textures
  • To sketch faces and rendering different skin tones and hair colors
  • To sketch hand, feet, ankle easily
  • Watch 3 full illustration demos
  • Help to create a good portfolio

What this course includes:

11 modules with 26 HD videos

downloadable 16 practice worksheet

downloadable 7 template guides

copic marker guide

shoppable art supply list with links

Who are eligible for this course: anyone can enroll it.

Here a glimpse of some feedback

 

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Rongrong Fashion Illustration Course:

This self-paced online course is designed by professional fashion artist Rongrong DeVoe. This course costs only $497 and it gives lifetime access anywhere you go.

Fashion illustration with Rongrong. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from the official website.

Fashion illustration with Rongrong. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from the official website.

What you will learn:

  • To draw female bodies.
  • Be able to color your illustration using Copic markers or any other markers.
  • To draw face in various ethnicities.
  • Final editing using any Photoshop to add backgrounds and quotes.
  • Get tips on how to practice and grow your illustration skills.

What this course includes:

Template of various body types and angles, face charts, fashion objects and accessories to practice coloring textures and patterns.

4 hours of video teaching content

List of tool which will be used

Books and online resources

Rongrong’s 11 page fashion illustration coloring book and secret list.

Who are eligible for this course:

Whoever been interested in fashion illustration or have some knowledge of drawing, but want to sharpen this skills further are welcome to enroll it. Also if you are a graphic designer or creative who wants to offer fashion illustration as a new service, you should come and join this one.

The Art Students League of New York:

The art students league of New York designed a complete drawing program to enable the artist as an editorial fashion illustration. It’s an online based course, only on every Tuesday at7.00-8.30pm on zoom which will instruct by Chuck Nitzberg. This course costs only $115.

The art student league of Newyork, fashion illustration course

The art student league of Newyork, fashion illustration course

What you will learn:

  • Formal art concept or over-all
  • Basic principles of fashion proportion, line, and shape
  • Various techniques using materials such as charcoal, graphite, gouache, and markers

What this course includes:

One or two weekly zoom meetings

A impressive toolbox of concepts

A live model will be provided at each session to experiment

Who are eligible for this course:

Any person, beginner or advanced, who wants to draw the human figure with cloths are welcome to enroll it.

Fashion Illustration classes by Art and Design by Miraaz:

This is a YouTube channel of Miraaz who is an Indian fashion designer, tribal artist.

Basic fashion illustration course by Udemy. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.

Basic fashion illustration course by Udemy. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their official website.

Here contents are uploaded in both Hindi and English. You can also buy Fashion Design Course Book online here. You will find the below courses there-

This includes 219 videos from which you can learn about basic fashion studies to designing, drafting, cutting and sewing.

This includes 85 videos to enrich you with illustration. materials, colors knowledge. Also provide a lot of techniques on fashion illustration.

Besides that, there you can find several sewing techniques and method. I can assure you that, it worth. Link is provided below- https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fyoutube.com%2Fchannel%2FUCbXsn4nfz90dFMOdWsFblrw%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR0vfiVkWRWllYPolp-_ymdm2_gkyNH30UuHO4jCaqGSW4B1GbOfiee5rAA&h=AT10PeCEQgbYHRAcwVJ9gt60bwYnomEU0uKOA0-RLszdkSdmXqkhSnUeCqoWzP_EOv7i3t15GxhosIdxSjgcgUej-6hafnRhBZsS7A7NmbB0tG1D3M57zqqC1XYTGFSGIedI9Q

Ignite India Education:

This is India’s largest online design education platform. There you will find free online Fashion Illustration course which includes 36 videos. And also a free online Fashion Design course which includes 49 videos. Both are beginner friendly courses.

Fashion illustration course by Ignite India Education. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their youtube channel.

Fashion illustration course by Ignite India Education. Courtesy: Screenshot taken from their youtube channel.

So, if you are thinking about learning fashion illustration or improving your skills, it is not too late!

Enroll in any of the above suitable courses and become a fashion illustrator.

Ria Debnath                                                                                                    Department of Textile Fashion & Design, Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTEX)

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