Studio One Eighty Nine presents the Fashion Rising Spring Summer 2014 Collection

Apr 7, 2014 • Articles, Fashion, GhanaNo Comments

Social Enterprise Studio189, presents Fashion Rising‘s Spring Summer 2014 Collection, an artisan-produced fashion line curated by founders and longtime friends American movie actress Rosario Dawson and Luxury goods guru Abrima Erwiah. The new ethical collection represents a collaboration between artisans and organizations working in support of V-Day’s One Billion Rising (a mission set up to bring an end to violence against women).

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Fashion Rising’s Spring 2014 collection is a celebration of brilliant color, artisanal craftsmanship, and the effortlessness of warm, sunny days. The collection comprises 15 looks in a palette of crayon-bright blue, yellow, and green, with touches of bougainvillea and lilac. Silhouettes are clean, easy, and versatile: kimono tops, button-front shirts, high-waisted shorts, and A-line skirts are designed to be mixed and matched; classic sun dresses, caftans and a flowing slip dress are sensuous and simple. Fabrics include crisp cotton calico (locally sourced), stretch cotton twill, plush cotton terry, and feather-light crepe de chine, all batiked by hand. In fact, each garment is entirely handmade by artisans in Ghana.

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The collection also features accent accessories including totes, yoga-mat bags and a cotton garment bag. fashion-rising-bags

The collection was shot by Emmanuel Andre at Studio NYC.

b88242b3431ef44932566039fb35903aVisit Fashionrisingcollection.com to learn more about the project. Also follow the tumblr blog to via some behind the scenes images.

Image Source: Fashionrisingcollection.com

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