February 1, 2020 by Modern Press Brands, Spring Summer 0

ADOREE unconventional white shirts for every occasion

ADOREE IS A SLOVAK BRAND PRESENT IN THE FASHION MARKET FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS CREATING UNIQUE WHITE SHIRTS FOR ANY OCCASION. IN THE COLLECTION YOU WILL FIND 10 BASIC MODELS IN DIFFERENT VARIATIONS AND WILL GRADUALLY ADD TO THEM. ALL SHIRTS ARE PRECISELY DESIGNED AND CUT TO HIGHLIGHT THE FEMALE SILHOUETTE BUT ALSO TO BE COMFORTABLE THROUGHOUT THE DAY. THE FABRICS ARE EXCLUSIVELY NATURAL, 100% COTTON, WEAVING OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY, PRODUCED BY TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN ITALY.  EASY IRONING ARRANGEMENT OR NON IRON AND A BEAUTIFUL WHITE COLOR EVEN AFTER FREQUENT WASHING. EACH MODEL CAN BE ORDERED IN ANY FABRIC FROM THE FABRICS SAMPLE CARD.  ALL SHIRTS AND ACCESSORIES ARE HANDMADE. THE QUALITY OF THE COLLARS AND CUFFS ARE MADE LIKE MEN´S BUSSINES  SHIRTS, WHICH, EVEN AFTER FREQUENT WASHING, MAINTAIN THEIR APPEARANCE. ADDITIONAL DETAILS THAT ADD ORIGINAL FLAIR AND FEMINITY TO THE SHIRTS ARE EMBROIDERY OR RHINESTONED BUTTONS, WHICH YOU CAN FIND ON EACH MODEL. contact for info

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DABRA LONDON – fashion forward statement pieces

DABRA LONDON is a designer label is known for its fashion forward- looking statement pieces which boldly bridge the line between the classic and the directional. The London based British brand is most definitely not for the shy and retiring but for the woman who likes to make an entrance and command her environment before she even speaks. Specializing in head turning dresses, sharp tailoring and outerwear, the label traverses from the use of soft and fluid silhouettes to the architectural cuts played out in vibrant and unusual palettes. The key to the labels success has been its ability to comfortably unite the contradictory elements of history, place and era with the opposing forces of modernity and the progressive. Dabra is where  London edge meets the refined and where the classic meets the streets. The brand’s director Patrick Dabra, an alumni of The London College of Fashion, University of Arts, received some national press attention  very early on in the label’s life, including being hailed as ‘one of Britain’s Hottest designers’, by the Daily Mirror and a listing in The Independent’s ‘Emerging Talent’ column. Deciding to take a more alternative route to most fashion designers, he moved to China and […]

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