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I'm from Argentina and want to study Fashion Design in NYC
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I am looking for hexcelite, where do you buy it?
  
I'm from Argentina and want to study Fashion Design in NYC
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I am looking for hexcelite, where doyou buy it?
  
Mrs. Tara Maginnis, I've been having a look at your page. It is huge! and amazing. I really like your style and designs, and I also wrote down the name of the second Betty Edwards book, I will definitely try it. Thank you. I am from Argentina but will be moving to New York in May this year. I intend to continue my career as an apparel and costume designer there but I have no idea about the best way to do it in NY. Maybe you can give me some advice I will definitely appreciate it. I am including my web address even though profile is not finished so that you can also have a look at some of my works. Thank you very much, Luciana
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Hi, sorry for the intrusion, but I am looking for hexcelite, and aninternet search brought me to your web page. Although you only mention having it in binsin your shop, could you tell me where I can contact a manufacturer? I need the material(or like it) for mask reproduction for almost 20 masks for a Shakespeare festival inVirginia. I have both a positive and negative molds to work from. Thank you. Lauren
  
I have spent a total of 5 days in New York in my life, so I'm not up on the fashion thing. However, what I DO know is that you want to ask the same exact questions of somebody at  
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It is now called Veraform which is why you can't find it under the nameHexcelite. I don't know of the manufacturer, but I have bought it in the past from an outfit called"Unnatural Resources" (1-800-992-5540). It is also sold at:
  
[http://www.fit.edu|FIT] which I know is the center of the New York fashion/costume school universe. Most likely someone there can tell you what to do next. ---Tara
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[http://www.richardthethread.com/|Richard The Thread]
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[http://www.runlite.com/varaform/index.html|Varaform: thermoplastic decoration material]
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There is also a very cheap thermoplastic that behaves in asimilar fashion, although not identical Foss Wonderflex,These companies also sell other related plastics you might find useful:
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[http://www.sculpturalarts.com/|Foam Coatings, Clear coats, Primers, Saturated Paints, Scenic Brushes by Sculptural Arts Coating, Inc.]
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[http://www.rosco.com/|Rosco International]
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[http://www.costumearmour.com/|Costume Armour & CristoVac]
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[http://www.foamshop.com/|The Foam Shop]
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I am looking for hexcelite, where do you buy it?

I am looking for hexcelite, where doyou buy it?

Hi, sorry for the intrusion, but I am looking for hexcelite, and aninternet search brought me to your web page. Although you only mention having it in binsin your shop, could you tell me where I can contact a manufacturer? I need the material(or like it) for mask reproduction for almost 20 masks for a Shakespeare festival inVirginia. I have both a positive and negative molds to work from. Thank you. Lauren

It is now called Veraform which is why you can't find it under the nameHexcelite. I don't know of the manufacturer, but I have bought it in the past from an outfit called"Unnatural Resources" (1-800-992-5540). It is also sold at:

The Thread

thermoplastic decoration material

There is also a very cheap thermoplastic that behaves in asimilar fashion, although not identical Foss Wonderflex,These companies also sell other related plastics you might find useful:

Coatings, Clear coats, Primers, Saturated Paints, Scenic Brushes by Sculptural Arts Coating, Inc.

International

Armour & CristoVac

Foam Shop

---Tara

The Costumer's Manifesto is proudly hosted by

OnlineCostumeStore.comyour online source for Halloween Costumes.

Home

Questions

Sponsorship

Buy Books and More

UAF

About Me

This Page is part of

Costumer's Manifestoby , Ph.D. Copyright 1996-2007. You may print out any of these pages for non-profit educational use such as school papers, teacher handouts, or wall displays.You may link to any page in my site.

"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis