Monday, 9 May 2011

Independent brand nicci.n teams up with upmarket Scottish boutique Meloosha

An upmarket ladies boutique in Edinburgh's fashionable West End is awaiting delivery of a range of designer clothing created and produced in Scotland. The work is that of up and coming young designer Nicola Napier (28) and will be showcased at a fashion show in the city later this month.
 Nicola, who has a Masters degree in International fashion marketing, has teamed up with upmarket boutique, Meloosha at the west end's Alva Street and is soon to reveal her exciting new brand. She recognised a gap in the market for designer labels at affordable prices and her creativity and talent were embraced by Meloosha's director, Melody Wishart. Melody was so impressed by Nicola's work and by the fact that it would carry the tag 'Made in Scotland' on its labels, she invited her to design a capsule collection to be sold exclusively in her store.   
   The brand nicci.n. has been designed with Meloosha's specific customers in mind and consists of Ombre silk, chiffon, jersey and print and will see sleeved maxi dresses, mid-length printed and chiffon dressses and an excitiing colour palette of greys, duckegg blue, teal, tan and chocolate brown. The work will all be designed and produced in Edinburgh and Meloosha promises excellent value for money.
   Meloosha is looking forward to unveiling the Scottish nicci.n. label to her valued clients and to the wider public at a fashion show on May 25th, 6.30 for 7pm start, at St. George's West Church on Shandwick Place.
   Meloosha is delighted with their new Scottish brand which will perfectly compliment the range of international labels they already have in store.  
   Tickets for the event will cost £5 and are available from Meloosha, at 34 Alva Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4PY or by telephone on: 0131 225 3198

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