Textile supplier Instyle celebrated its 25th year in business with a party at Sydney’s MCA on Friday 13 April.
June 28th, 2012
From small beginnings in 1987, Instyle now numbers over 50 staff and is one of the leading interior textile suppliers in Australia and internationally.
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