La Isla Partners With Mala Imports To Present Their 2012 Collections At Eco Fashion Week

Top Quote Eco-conscious swimwear line La Isla Brand is thrilled to have 2012 Eco Fashion Week in Vancouver, BC as a platform for presenting the 2012 collection. The fashion show will be held on April 11, 2012 at 7 PM at Downtown Vancouver's historic Robson Square. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 16, 2012 - Recently featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, La Isla Brand maintains an environmental and social responsibility in its every day business practices. They employ head of household women in Colombia who hand embroider La Isla's unique bold prints. The brand also utilizes FSC approved printing facilities and solar powered Internet hosting through AISO. In addition to having their 2012 women's swimwear collection on the runway for Eco Fashion Week, La Isla will also debut its first ever men's board short collection. The men's collection will feature design aesthetics including 80's neon and bold stripes using classic men's board short silhouettes.

    La Isla has partnered with Mala Imports as the featured accessories of the show. Mala Imports, a Balinese handmade jewelry collection, incorporates spiritual numbers with authentic beads by Aum Rudraksha Designs. Worn by Julia Roberts in the film Eat, Pray, Love, the natural tone beads are enhanced with bold colored gems and tassels selected as a reminder of the consciousness within. This collaboration will prove to be a union of authentic style and eco friendly practices.

    About La Isla Brand
    Founded in 2004, La Isla is a California-based line of couture swimwear and apparel known for its perfect fit and supreme quality. Made from exquisite Spanish and Italian fabrics with unique, hand embroidery and beautiful, Latin-inspired prints, the brand's swimwear collection is recognized internationally for its chic style. Additionally, La Isla's collection of ultra-soft, printed tees was designed to help tell the story of the brand with vintage features and native prints. Earlier this year, La Isla launched La Isla 360, a charitable program designed to support nonprofit organizations around the world

    About Mala Imports
    Mala Imports, a Vancouver-based collection, conveys the finest handcrafted jewelry from Bali, Indonesia. The collection imports the most unique rudraksha malas and bracelets combined with high quality gems to the western world. All malas are made to specific spiritual numbers with authentic beads. Rudraksha beads are a symbol of compassion for humanity - a reminder of a higher consciousness within. The sacred jewelry is for those seeking a calmer mind, body and spirit.

    Media Contact:
    Keith Merritt | American Rebel PR | keith ( @ ) americanrebelpr dot com | 323.65

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