Friday, 16 January 2015 10:17

Ferozee Yung Ltd

Ferozee ¥ung ltd started in May 2013, is a British womenswear brand, we specialise in advance techniques in deconstruction, upcyling and customization, All the printing processes used within the collection are non-toxic and eco-friendly from the prints on the garments right through to our look book and even our business cards. Our business model is ethically aware, eco-friendly and sustainable, all our garments are made in Britain. We are against sweatshops.

For our current Ss15 collection "animal testing meets cartoons"; we have chosen to raise awareness on the cruel practice of testing on animal's, as the subject matter is very close my heart. I have chosen to execute my concept in an artistic yet subtle manner; the chosen colour palette was inspired by the colours of bruising i.e purple, emerald green, navy blue and vermillion to represent the hue of fresh blood. The main processes used in the collection are digital print, laser cutting, I have used faux leather and faux suede within my collection to show you can create strong key pieces without hurting animals or comprising on quality.

• We showcased our SS15 collection as part of the Fdc young fashion designer awards in November 1st in pullman's hotel.
• Showcased with London Ethnic at the the House of Commons, on 17th November 2014 during parliament week, at the Fashion & Political Brunch.
• Showcasing with Fashions Finest during London Fashion week In February 2015
• Showcasing London Ethnic during London fashion week.
• We will be taking part in Britain's Top Designer.
• We are showing In New York City on 25th April 2015 with The FDC in aid of angelmans Syndrome Charity Gala.
• Showcasing SS16 at the International show during London Fashion Week in Sept 2015

Our ethos at Ferozee ¥ung is; "you can create, revive, customize clothing to make every woman feel beautiful without damaging our beautiful earth in the process" - Aisha Ferozee

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