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Summer to Autumn

The weather is at the tip of everyone’s lips this month as the heat in London is unbearable. Alas, we will be begging for some sun when we have to pack a raincoat before leaving the house, just in case. What comes to my mind is - how do we make our summer closet last a little while longer without catching a chill? There are so many everyday items to help you look more stylish without freezing to death. This way you are getting a fair wear out of your clothes as it slowly gets colder. The best hack known to man is layering! So simple, so effective and we’ve been doing it for decades. Who knew Long Johns could...

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Sustainability 

Making conscious choices in fashion, if you are a student like me, affordability is a big factor in my retail therapy. I peruse the charity shops and give hidden gems new life. But of course, there are many other ways to do your part for the environment. Shopping from sustainable brands is becoming easier every day. There are so many entering the market that makes the eco-friendly decision much easier. Moda de la Maria is one of those growing, sustainable businesses producing resource-friendly, slow fashion. Beating the ease to go fast is what brands struggle with, however, Maria Ruseva has made every decision consciously based on the environment. One way Maria tackles sustainability is her choice of fabrics and suppliers....

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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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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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