If you have have been to New York City’s legendary Fashion District you recognize the giant button and needle. Or maybe your recognize it from Project Runway. Now, with the help of a new guide, everyone from fashionistas to home sewers can find their way to the same materials used by the brand name designers and manufacturers.
Produced and published by the Fashion Center Business Improvement District, The Fashion District Source Book is the perfect guide for the home sewer, crafter, fashion student, decorator, stylist, or designer….and shopper.
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Written by budding designers Jocelyn Simms and Victoria Somers, the book is organized into twelve sections, covering fabrics, leather, fur, home décor, lace, bridal, trim, patterns, beading, buttons, and notions, the source book is a great tool for uncovering the Fashion District’s unique deals and products. There are also sections on the best places to swatch fabric, fabric description breakdowns, tips, directions and a map.
The Fashion District Source Book is available at the Fashion Center’s Information Kiosk on Seventh Avenue at 39th Street in Manhattan or online at www.fashioncenter.com/sourcebook.