THE NEW STAPLE ~ A COLLARED SHIRT REDESIGNED FOR WOMEN, FROM MY KIYA

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, September 04, 2014, MY KIYA is pleased to announce that their official Kickstarter campaign starts September 1st, 2014 and runs for 30 days through September 30th, 2014. MY KIYA set out to take the traditional collared shirt and make it into a real shirt for women.

MY KIYA’s mission is to give women better choices in professional clothing that add comfort, function and fit to her current wardrobe. Professional women need a better collared shirt than what is currently in the marketplace today as many of these shirts gape and bind.

MY KIYA is located in Minneapolis, MN and their goal is to keep the things that women love in a collared shirt: clean, crisp, professional looking, and fix the problems like being bulky, gaping, and binding. Their products give the look of a professional collared shirt, and combine the comfort and fit of a camisole, all in one! They can be worn under a sweater, cardigan or jacket. These products allow women to go to their closet and put together an outfit that is professional looking and comfortable to take them through their day.

Thank you for reading this release.

For more information, please visit:

1) Website – www.mykiya.com

2) My Kiya Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Kiya/114274362085436

3) Kickstarter Campaign – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/88761532/the-new-staple-a-collared-shirt-redesigned-for-wom?ref=category

4) Pinterest Page – http://www.pinterest.com/jo2515/

Media Contact: K.Christensen, k.christensen@mykiya.com

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Fariba Soltani – Unique Designer Prints Now launched online with A/W 14 collection

LONDON, 2014-9-1 — /FASHION TALK/ — London based designer, Fariba Soltani this month launched online the name sake brand of Fariba-Soltani-logodesigner scarves with her first collection AW 2014 (The Atrisa Collection). The brand is a luxury line of bespoke prints inspired by elements of cultural heritage and beauties of nature. The brand stands for an unconventional approach to their design concepts and appreciation for unique and timeless elegance. The design language conveys a bold, original and experimental vision.

AW 2014 – The Atrisa is a study of the metamorphosis elements of fire. Flames, light and smoke come together to create a beautiful canvas in the air. The non re-occurring moments captured, and formed the basis of each scarf within the Atrisa collection letting one wear the frozen time beauty. The minimal and uncluttered but bold designs exude modernity and classic. The products made from finest quality materials and manufactured by some of the most eminent fashion garment producers in Italy.

The first collection caught the attention of Fenwick Bond street department store at the launch of the brand during in Jan 2014 and the entire collection has been purchased in.

Fariba Soltani has created timeless pieces that last beyond fashion seasons and compliment a woman’s distinct sense of styling to create the very bold statement.

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Note to editors:
1.For further information and photographs contact Fariba Soltani, 07787934095 or email info@faribasoltani.com
2.Fariba Soltani will be presenting her SS15 during Paris Fashion Week from 26th to 29th Sep.
3.Biography of Fariba Soltani: Fariba embraced textile design following her ambition of creating fusion between design discipline she was familiar with and her love of patterns and fashion. Her enthusiasm for the applied arts was inspired by a visionary self-taught mother who designed authentic patterns, turning her own creations into handmade Persian rugs. Having moved to UK from her Iran with an ambition to pursue a profession in the creative arts, Fariba attended design school in London and started her career with renowned architect Foster & Partners and design studio Fox Linton prior to establishing Fariba Soltani to develop a diverse range of design related projects.

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