Field: Fashion and Accessories Design
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FABRYAN (fa-bri-an) is anything but ordinary. Born not only out of a love for all things fashion, but an appreciation for unique, feminine and alluring designs.
Samantha-Jane's business acumen coupled with her passion for fashion resulted in the launch of Fabryan in September 2010, during London Fashion week.
Creating a distinctive quintessential feminine signature, fused with rich prints and ornately embellished pieces, defines Fabryan.
Taking their creative inspiration from the beauty on display at Kew Gardens. Fabryan have launched a new range of luxury hand-finished scarves as part of their accessories range. Already established as designers of distinctive women'swear, Fabryan have brought their characteristic cutting-edge styling to new designs that are a visually stunning evocation of the energy and vibrancy of mother nature.
Samantha-Jane says that she's delighted with the result. "I love natureʼs colours and the flowers on show at Kew Gardens are breathtaking. I wanted to fuse those colours with distinctive patterns to give a sense of the vitality and spirit of nature. I couldn't have hoped for a better result and hope that the scarves will become an indispensable accessory to every woman's wardrobe."
FABRYAN (London) prides itself on being an exciting new brand, growing and evolving with each collection.
Fabryan's range of luxury hand finished scarves that are visually stunning evocation of the energy and vibrancy of mother nature inspired by the beautiful and exotic flowers on display at Kew Gardens. Each is hand rolled with hemmed edges and is made with 100% organic silk using a unique digital printing technique that give the scarves their fresh originality while ensuring their quality.
Fabryan hopes that the new Psychedelic Collection will be as well received as their earlier collections. “Women's fashion moves quickly and rather than trying to keep up, we try to set the pace. Women want originality and want to step out in eye-catching designs and that's what we try to create."