Miriam J fashions launch website
on Thursday,June 03,2010 16:06
Couture fashion designer Miriam J. Splane has made her designs available online for clients who prefer to buy through the internet. Since its launch four years ago, the designer's Miriam J line has been sold only in specialty boutiques. The website was designed by Pixeled Business Systems.
To officially launch the site, Miriam J recently held an invitation-only fashion show and garden party that featured a choreographed runway show of her spring-summer line.
All of Miriam J's fashions are produced in a limited quantity in the United States. The creations are known for their chromatic silk fabrics and embellishments. When asked to describe her approach to fashion, Splane said, "I celebrate the glamour of women. I elevate the feminine. It is my joy to add sophisticated softness to the lives of my clients."
Splane studied art and design at colleges in California and Texas. She later managed her husbands design firm for more than 20 years before tapping into her own design and fashion knowledge to create her clothing line. The design and production of the Miriam J line takes place in the Los Angeles garment district.
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