New York, NY September 10, 2016 —Mary Thondhlana-Moore , Founder of Shangani Fashions premiered and sold her collection at the launch of the Adiree concept store in SOHO, 104 Charlton Street (between Hudson Street and Greenwich Street). The concept store took place during New York Fashion Week on Saturday September 10th, as a part of a New York Fashion Week [Africa] activation called Trunk Collectives (www.trunkcollectives.com).
Trunk Collectives is a platform hosting multicultural and ethical brands to present, sell and build brands capacity. The platform is designed to help expand the popularity of vendors as well as to advocate diversity through a contemporary series of sales events and concept stores.
This year’s platform was sponsored by Aveda and New York Surgical Arts and featured designers from shop Adiree and premium vendors such as Sareptha Rose by Robin S, Tegaa, and Shangani Fashions.
Shangani Fashions is a brand with clothing provided to fit all occasions. Mary Thondhlana-Moore created the brand based off of her love for traveling. Traveling to many countries such as Spain, Turkey, South Africa, USA and more, she was able to pull inspirations for her designs.
Her designs consist of color and culture. She merges the different cultures, especially the African culture, together to create clothing that can be for any event. This brand sells clothing for both men and women with styles ranging from casual to more formal attire… Read the full press release of Shangani’s Fashions at Trunk Collectives.