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Saturday, July 11, 2009
I first heard of MIA after they won the 'Make Your Mark in Fashion' compe-
tition. Young people aged 14-30 were "set the challenge to form a team and create a new brand with the help and support of an established sustainable fashion label" (www.makeyourmarkinfashion.org). When visiting Junky Styling recently I saw a few MIA dresses and thought they were beautiful!
Find out more about MIA and Make Your Mark In Fashion
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