Green Embassy Joins the List of Talented designers to Showcase Collection “Connected to Land” at Vancouver Spring/Summer 15 Fashion Week
PR-Inside.com: 2014-08-22 18:13:25
Captivating fashion organic couture line, GREEN EMBASSY, ( greenembassy.com.au/
), has just announced that they will officially be participating in the upcoming Vancouver Fashion Week taking place in Vancouver, Canada from September 15 to September 21. The semiannual event will feature award winning designers from over 30 fashion capitals around the world, and will host around 2,500 guests that includes industry professionals, buyers, editors, media and VIPs. Zuhal Kuvan-Mills, designer and creator of GREEN EMBASSY, will be presenting her women’s and men’s S/S 15 collection, “Connected to Land”, which has already garnered great feedback from its showing at the PLITZS New York Fashion Week China, and just recently in July at New Zealand Eco-Fashion week. With each fashion week presentation, GREEN EMBASSY’s collections become a strong source of conversation for the slew of unique elements that the line adds to the fashion industry. This new line will feature captivating wearable sculptures that mirror natural forms such as, rocks, waterholes, earth and precious fragile leaf structures. These unique, naturally hand-dyed pieces utilize a subtle blend of complimentary fabrics and soft felted Merino placed to work with playful pleats and glamorous flowing folds. Zuhal describes her embellishments as “biomorphic drawings, paintings and sculptures” viewing her creations as more than fashion, rather, textile artworks delivering a message.
“This is the second time that GREEN EMBASSY will be showing in Vancouver. The first time was just incredible, and to be invited back is just amazing.” States founder of GREEN EMBASSY, Zuhal Kuvan-Mills. “We’re taking GREEN EMBASSY all over the world, and the recognition and success that we’ve found over and over again makes me proud to be able to create such a significant line. Very few couture lines speak from an eco-conscious background, and I think that’s definitely been a huge push in our success. I’m ready to bring only the very best to this Vancouver fashion week to really show that fashion doesn’t have to cost us our environment.”
Emerging from the Australian landscape, GREEN EMBASSY, is quickly making itself known as the premier organically certified international fashion label. Former artist Zuhal Kuvan-Mills designs and finds inspiration in her very own backyard of the Australian Outback. The fashion label is making huge strides towards creating a more sustainable lifestyle, organic agriculture, and modern art by using only the finest of material such as 100% certified organic Australian alpaca, merino, silk and other organic natural fibers. GREEN EMBASSY has recently taken part in various elite fashion events such as showing in Seattle, Vancouver Fashion Week in 2013, PLITZ New York City Fashion Week in Beijing, China, and New Zealand Eco-Fashion Week. The high-end eco-conscious line is surely taking the fashion industry by storm with its artist appeal and contemporary designs.
For more information on GREEN EMBASSY visit greenembassy.com.au/
, to interview Zuhal Kuvan-Mills, or gain media access to the GREEN EMBASSY Vancouver Fashion Week show please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 1.877.841.7244.
About GREEN EMBASSY
Founded by Artist and Fashion Designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills, GREEN EMBASSY is Australia’s first internationally recognized organically certified fashion label. GREEN EMBASSY believes sustainability should be at the heart of the fashion and textile industry. The lines eco-fashion items are 100% created by hand in Australia and certified by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards), the leading standard for quality assurance in organic textiles manufacturing worldwide. The fibre used during creation is also certified by NASAA-IFOAM (The National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia). For more information on GREEN EMBASSY visit greenembassy.com.au/
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