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Great Britons & Voice of London Show with Ian Pelham Turner

A few weeks ago, Maria Ruseva, designer of Moda de la Maria, was featured on the Great Britons & Voice of London Show interviewed by Ian Pelham Turner. Ian’s journalistic skills shone, his work reaching a billion people worldwide, with regular appearances on other big-time global networks with Helena Chard, who unfortunately could not make the interview due to covid. It was a fantastic experience to be a part of Maria was nervous, and Ian, being the warm and kind person he is, made us feel very welcome and comfortable, putting Maria’s mind at ease, she illuminated in front of the camera. The studio was understated and produced incredible footage. These are a few of the questions Maria answered during...

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Caring for the future

Moda de la Maria sells a range of beautiful silk scarves and removable collars. Adding a little extra detail to your style. What’s more, is that all of the jackets and coats are lined with this stunning silk.

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Organic Tweed Brown Coat

Coats and jackets are stapled pieces in Moda de la Maria’s collection. This coat is my personal favourite. Not only is it a wardrobe essential, but it is also meticulously crafted using local and ethically sourced materials. Only the best quality for our luxury ladies.  Woven on the Isle of Mull, this coat’s fabric is a chocolate brown wool from Hebridean sheep and crafted using a Victorian Dobcross powered loom. This process is slow but maintains the highest quality in the fabric's finish. Producing the thick wool in natural shades and only utilising organic dyes avoids unnecessary water wastage and pollution, as well as leaving the texture unaffected. This textile is used in many other Moda de la Maria designs,...

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FABUK Popup

Moda de la Maria provides us with exactly what the fashion industry needs; high-quality sustainable fashion. The popup sponsored by FABUK hosted at The Fable, London, was a groundbreaking success. Featuring the 2022 Winter and Summer collection, unique and culturally diverse models glided through the crowd with grace and confidence. Starring hand-stitched and traditional tailoring methods, Moda de la Maria's garments couldn't have been more breathtaking.  The pieces on the runway consisted of organic tweed jackets, coats and dresses along with silk staple pieces to be worn all year round; blouses and skirts. Everything you would need for a winter wardrobe. Designer Maria Ruseva found a gap in the market and filled it to the brim with contemporary designs, giving...

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BUILD TO LAST

Something that has been a growing focus in recent years has been resurgence of hand-made objects. While in post-war period, we had drifted from individuality to mass-production, there is a growing interest in pieces that are either made in smaller runs or even individual pieces. In some ways, such items are more human, reflecting the individuality of each of us, and producing pieces that we incorporate deeply into our lives. We all have favourite items; things which we have owned for many years, which are almost merged with us.  These sentiments often apply to clothes, sometimes even more so, as they become part of our presentation – the visual definition of who we are. The growth in demand for vintage...

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