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Self taught designer Dilly Daisy to take part in 'A La Mode'

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Jan '10
UsTrendy will sponsor designer Dilly Daisy to take part in the 'A La Mode' Catwalk show, hosted by LGN Events, during London Fashion Week.

Dee-Dee Shkreli is a self taught designer from Canada, specialising in party dresses with distinctive collars and vintage embellishments and buttons. Her label entitled Dilly Daisy has already graced the pages of magazines including NOW and Lou Lou.

She has also showcased her work as part of Toronto Alternative Fashion Week and won international UsTrendy design competition launching her into the spotlight of London's off-schedule scene in Feb 2010. In 2008, Sam Sisakhti founded UsTrendy to help talented fashion designers break down barriers created by the industry's elite to make a name for themselves.

The UsTrendy community helps uncover the gems of top-rated indie designers, who get a shot at making their fashion dreams a reality. LGN Events fashion director expressed " initiatives such as US Trendy are vital and much needed especially in the current economic climate with indies struggling to make their dreams a reality due to financial contraints.

"Dilly Daisy's vintage-inspired pieces are hand crafted from fabrics that are comfortable and easy to wear with styles that are fun and flirty. UsTrendy sponsors Dilly Daisy will present the new "Eye Candy" collection to an audience of press, buyers, other fashion professionals and upscale consumers at the LGN Events third season of their flagship show "A La Mode."

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