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London designer Emma Nissim creates Ori-Fabric wrap

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Nov '12
London based designer Emma Nissim has created the "Ori-Fabric Wrap", a versatile scarf-shawl-wrap-dress, adorned with her signature hand printed foil designs. Chrysanthemum, butterflies and leaves are her selected prints for the festive season collection. "This is the perfect gift for any woman; young or old; of any style, size or shape."

Emma Nissim has specifically chosen to use fabrics that derive from sustainable wood sources, such as beechwood (Lenzing MicroModal) and eucalyptus (Lenzing Tencel), for their silk-like softness, breathability and thermal-regulating properties.

This luxurious garment is aimed at achieving a variety and style for every wardrobe, and occasion, from Christmas party outfit to lounging at home; a "must have wherever you go". Their website also provides user friendly step-by-step video guides, and customers are also encouraged to experiment with styles and share with others.

Emma Nissim apparel works to combine an uncompromising commitment to classic durable styling, comfort utilising natural, breathable textiles that are healthier for our bodies and the planet. “Our vision is to create high quality stylish garments through sustainable production and socially positive action.”

Emma Nissim


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