Harlequinn LRA

New clothing label on the fashion scene is Harlequinn LRA. The designers are Lakisha White, Ria Rose and Arayner Ashia. All three women excel in confidence, independence and creativity; this has been transferred to their exclusive clothing line. Studying a BA at the renowned LCF these young designer have brought together an avant-garde of designs to House of Maffia.

 

Harlequinn LRA collections can be described as very edgy, definitely colourful and completed with a bold character. Each designer brings their distinct ideas and together they form their womenswear collection. The variety in their stock reflects seasonal trends, from sweatshirts to dresses. The fashion industry is always taken aback at the quality and determination that young designers put into their collections, with this label being no different. With three creative minds behind this exclusive label, Harlequinn LRA is designed to make a statement, seize attention and push boundaries.

Like many upcoming fashion designers, these women are becoming knees deep in success with Interviews from Nang, Live and Flavour magazines. Hitting the runways by showcasing their collection at two high profile university fashion events Miss generation 2009 and ACS Kings and Queens 2010. Look out for them at Rip the Runway UK later in the year. House of Maffia is excited to showcase Harlequinn LRA collections.

By Michaela Anderson

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