An amazing feature of our brand on Fashion Rider. This is a great platform for creatives, if you are looking to network, for collaborations, or you need to source specific people to get your job done. We have found Fashion Rider such a great support, for businesses like us. Helping us break into the fashion industry, with valuable knowledge an amazing platform for great opportunities and one to one support.
We are so privileged to have a four page spread editorial in No Serial Number Magazine. They are an ethical digital & print magazine, produced from recycled fibres. They are based in London, their aim is to promote small independent ethical businesses. It showcases traditional artisan craft, art, and fashion, all with a sustainable ethos.
Buy the ethical print magazine here: https://noserialnumber.org/product/autumn_2017/
This is such a good write up of our brand, we are so pleased to be involved with this fantastic series of meet the maker blog posts, on the sustainable edit!
Have a read: http://www.thesustainableedit.com/meet-zaramia/
Nice bit of press about Fashion Pony’s Pop up shop at The Broadway Bradford.
Check it out here:
The Transparent Shadows - Spring/Summer - Womenswear - 2014 Collection is inspired by shading and light, showing beauty through transparency. The layers of fabrics highlight different textures in the neutral colours. The reflective properties of the metallic and studded areas mimic light. Feminine curves and shapes are accentuated, by flowing fabric in contrast to the fitted bodywsear underneath.
Fashion Designer Zara Mia | www.ZaraMia.co.uk
Photographer Luke Musharbash | www.L-Images.co.uk
Film Paul Cockcroft | www.Cockcroft.tv
Models Lora Davis Kimberley Megan
Make-up Artist Liz Buff
Nails VAMP Nails
Watch the video HERE
The In Pieces collection is based on maritime. The concept is multipurpose and functional, using waterproof fabrics, providing options of how to wear the garments. Inspiration taken from sailing ships and historical French architectural arches, forms structure to the garments.
Eighteen century menswear pattern cutting inspires the design and, creating a dimension by eliminating the side seam presenting an innovative silhouette. Traditional hand sewing elements have been used to attach oversized press snap and hook and eye fastenings to illustrate the attention to detail.