Monday, February 7, 2011

UK:Rangayah to use Tabio stockings for re-cycling project

Rangayah to use Tabio stockings for re-cycling project


Rangayah to use Tabio stockings for re-cycling project

Z-Mode fashion are proud to announce the collaboration with online and instore Socks and Tights Speciality Store, Tabio. In an exciting project where reject stock stockings will be used as part of an exciting re-cycled fashion project.

Designer Victoria Rangayah will be using re-cycled stockings as a main material for her next collection.

Previously Victoria has worked with companies such as ?Guess Inc' South Africa and created garments out of reject stock denim. Furthermore her re-cycled shoelace dress was selected and showcased in last years "Clothes Show Live - Fashion Theatre".

Other media interest include Attire Bridal magazine, who will be featuring in their next issue a wedding gown made out of stockings.

Previously pieces from Z-Mode collection were featured in magazines such as ELLE – South Africa, Collezioni - Italy, LABB fashion - UK, Cheshire Life - UK just to mention few.

"Stockings are essential item in every woman's wardrobe, however it has a very short life span. That encouraged me to re-cycle and put another creative stamp onto fashion re-cycling" Victoria Rangayah.

She also added: 'Im so thrilled to receive support from Tabio and hope we could inspire other companies to follow the sustainable fashion route as well."

In conjunction with Tabio sponsorship, Victoria will be involving her local community in Wilmslow.

She will be holding a Stocking Appeal in Wilmslow and encouraging all the ladies to recycle their stockings for fashion.

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