Best of Show at IIDA South Florida Design Mix features Laminam by Crossville

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Crossville, Tenn. – Crossville, D&B Tile Distributors and MC Harry & Associates recently created a unique runway dress featuring Laminam by Crossville; the design received the coveted Best of Show Award at the IIDA South Florida Design Mix. The event is an exciting fashion show pairing industry members with design firms in a team effort to create a one-of-a-kind, innovative wearable garment made of the sponsor’s product.

Designed by MC Harry & Associates and sponsored by Crossville and D&B Tile Distributors, the model appeared as a sun goddess of ancient times while wearing Crossville’s newest porcelain product Laminam. The Laminam large format sheets were cut into 2″ x 2″ tiles and adhered to a basic substructure creating an illuminating dress.

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