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Profession / role:
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR-FASHION BUSINESS& TECHNOLOGY
Company / organisation:
PEARL ACADEMY OF FASHION
Website (if you have one):
www.pearlacademy.com
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Consumer, Buyer, Retailer, Supplier, Manufacturer, Tutor, Consultant
I am looking to discover or buy
Associations with various projects with Ethical Fashion Network
About me / About business or organisation:
Having been associated with the fashion industry for such along time , I am associated with social compliance issues in this trade , advocating child labour to be abolished from this part of the world.
Career history / Company history:
Product sourcing /business development / merchandising and vendor compliance has been my areas of expertise in apparels & accessories for over 25 years of experience in India and Sri Lanka.Have been associated with brands Gap,Benetton, Guru, Grant (license for Miss Grant, Microbe, Moschino (junior), Ms.Sixty,Galeries Lafayette, Etincelle, Monoprix, Adolfo Dominguez, John Smith, Gocco, Apple tree, Aritzia ,Manor

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At 16:49 on April 22, 2011, David McGill said…

Thanks for that Rekha. I have a project in India which you can read about and access through my website www.sakurascotland.com 

My dearest wish is to have my cloth made/woven/printed in India and garments made there.

At 15:05 on April 20, 2011, David McGill said…
Hello Rakha Dar, I would like to find a company in India which can make my India tartan in cotton and launch it through a project with students
 
 
 

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