Ready-to-Wear Brand Hosts Pop-up Events for Holiday Collection at Local Showroom
Philadelphia, PA (November 2019) - Bells are already ringing as the world prepares for another season of joyous memories with loved ones. For Nigerian-born entrepreneur Addie Elabor and her fashion line D’IYANU, the holidays are not only a time to be festive but to look and feel the part. With its official release set for today (Black Friday), Elabor and her team present D'IYANU’s Holiday Collection.
Inspired by traditional African prints, the D'IYANU Holiday Collection features dazzling formal wear for men, women, and kids along with special gifts for the entire family to enjoy. Ladies can rock the festive vibes in hues of red, gold, navy, and black with blouses, dresses, and jumpsuits. Men can flaunt African-inspired prints in dapper blazers with matching dress pants and button-up shirts. Completing the photo-worthy family look are dresses for the girls and shirts for the boys along with the perfect accessories to match - including sweaters, hoodies, socks, bow ties, pocket squares, and handbags.Ranging from $15.99-179.99 and available online, there’s plenty of pieces to raise a glass to.
Next month D’IYANU will host three pop-up events - opening their Norristown showroom to customers interested in shopping the Holiday Collection. Their beautiful showroom is located on 910 E. Main St., which offers guests a uniquely intimate personal shopping experience. Meet Elabor and her team of fashion experts/stylists who are onsite to answer your questions about fit, fabric selections, and building your D'IYANU wardrobe.
- December 7th 11AM - 4PM
- December 14th 11AM - 4PM
- December 21 11AM - 6PM
To register for the pop-up events click here. Connect and follow the latest trends with D’IYANU on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Shop their holiday collection and best sellers on their website. For media inquiries and/or interview requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tough, competitive, and nerve-wrecking fashion industry didn’t stop Addie from following her heart and launching D’IYANU January of 2014. Iyanu translates to “miracle” or “wonderful” in the Nigerian Yoruba language, and D’ means “of” or “from” in French. With the combination of her Yoruba and French background, the name D’IYANU, “of something wonderful” was established to remind everyone they are uniquely made and to dress like it. Addie also made it her purpose to help build schools and clinics for underdeveloped communities in Nigeria and other African countries. Since the start of D’IYANU, the fashion brand has donated over $20,000 to causes that support African communities, Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia, and The Women’s Safe House.