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Cross Culture Project about to release first collection
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Aug '11
Cross Culture Project (CCP), a newly established clothing brand in UK is about to release its first collection on their online shop.

CCP is a brand that focuses on mixing and matching rich aspects of different cultures from around the world into everyday mainstream garments like t-shirts, hoodies, jeans, accessories, etc.

The "crossing of cultures" takes place by using aspects from one culture which could be taken from music, film, arts, etc and incorporating it with aspects from a different culture. True to its name, CCP has a mix of young and experienced people from different countries working together , this includes artists and designers from Japan, United States, Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Philippines and United Kingdom to name a few. This diversity adds various flavours to the core recipe of style, authenticity and fun.

The inspiration and patterns for the first collection are drawn from a textile called “Kente”. Kente has its origins in Ghana, a country in Africa, and is identified by its dazzling multi-coloured patterns of geometric shapes and bold designs. In the first collection, the CCP design team has focused on blending their individual artistic styles with the colours and patterns from 'Kente'. This creative process has yielded an amazing collection of art and CCP is delighted to share the new creations with everyone.

For starters, the designs will be used on limited edition t-shirts and vests. However, new product lines with novel concepts will be added to their portfolio on a regular basis, so make sure you visit the store frequently.

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