LEEDS FASHION DESIGNER

Ethical Fashion ZARAMIA AVA | No Serial Number Magazine

 

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/ 

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The Sustainable Edit | Meet The Maker: ZARAMIA AVA

 

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/

 

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Fashion in Leeds for Leeds International Festival

 

ZARAMIA AVA will be part of the Fashion in Leeds, Independent Designers Fashion Show, for Leeds International Festival on Saturday 22nd of April on Briggate at 10.00am

 http://leedsinternationalfestival.com/docs/FashionEvents.pdf

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Fashion in Leeds is delighted to provide a showcase to highlight the skill and talent of Leeds based fashion designers.

Not only does Yorkshire have an internationally renowned rich textile heritage and phenomenal educational institutes, but many designers choose to set up their business in the Leeds. We are an incredible city for growth of these businesses, with our strong links to London fashion industry and we showcase our home grown talent with pride.
Designers include: William Scott, TOMOT, Lindsay Rayner, Laurelle Woman, Georges Tanku, DAZAROCKS, Claire Paver, ZARAMIA AVA, Studio 805, Samantha Fenwick, Ross Barr, Rhian, Marie Stenton, James Steward, Clyde Sheriffe, Bo Carter and Anita Massarella. 

 

Pop-Up Store For Emerging Yorkshire Talent

 

Nice bit of press about Fashion Pony’s Pop up shop at The Broadway Bradford.

Check it out here:

http://www.asiansunday.co.uk/regional-news-bradford-launches-fashion-focused-pop-up-store-for-emerging-yorkshire-talent/ 

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Blog on Lamberts Yard

 

This is a great review of Lamberts yard with some amazing photography of the shop. 

It was great to and find this quote:

"The products in the store are unique and have been produced by some of the most talented emerging designers. My favourite collections being Zara Mia and the gorgeous bags from Williams Handmade, which are now on my wish list! The store is a more fashion focused space with limited other product lines, so not quite a department store yet as mentioned in some recent press releases, but there are plans for further expansion and development so it will be really interesting to see how this manifests itself

The products on display are without doubt super high quality and most with a price tag to match, possibly competing with the likes of Victoria Quarter from a price point and pushing it in to the luxury market. It does provide unique product lines from creative independent designers (a few local and then others from London and further afield) some of which I believe you can’t buy anywhere else in Leeds. A great plus point when you’re surrounded by stiff competition."

Read it here: www.pure-dc.co.uk/lamberts-yard/ 

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