Liverpool’s fashion elite gathered at The Old Blind School last night to celebrate the launch of exclusive online boutique, Zuso Clothing.
Set against a backdrop of exposed brick and a ‘loft like’ décor, models walked the runway, adorned in the latest hand-selected pieces from the brand. Pieces from Lavish Alice, Sister Jane, Neon Rose and more captured the true essence of what the Liverpool style scene is all about.
The event was a VIP affair, with Juice FM’s Ellie Phillips hosting along with DJ Mark Armstrong, playing a set of tunes that are current city winners for those in the fashion know.
Zuso, founded earlier this year, is the brainchild of Shaun Humphries, whose vision for the brand is simple: Keeping the stylish in Liverpool and beyond looking fabulous and forever on trend.
Speaking at the event, Shaun said:
“All of the designers were hand picked because we wanted to concentrate on the ‘Liverpool look’ as well as having national appeal. We want to be mainstream but with a little bit of bite"
“We want to cater for the busy working girl. We offer free UK shipping on any order, no matter what the price”
The night wasn’t just a spotlight on the launch of the online boutique. Zuso encouraged attendees to make donations to a charity close to the brand’s heart. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is set to be the benefactor of the £500 raised in generous donations.
The event was a lavish affair with pop ups from the city’s Harvey Nichols stand alone beauty store, Beauty Bazaar. Attendees were treated to the latest beauty treats from Laura Mercier and Tom Ford as well as sipping on signature cocktails courtesy of The Old Blind School.
Follow Zuso Clothing at @zusoclothing on Twitter, and view their current autumn collection at www.zusoclothing,com
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