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Impact Arts’ Eco-chic Boutique hailed

Impact Arts’ Eco-chic Boutique has been hailed as a vehicle to support local, independent designers.

The Boutique, (45 High Street, G1 1LX) launched by Leader of the Council Gordon Matheson, sells the work of young people on Impact Arts’ Creative Pathways Programmes and also supports local artists and designers to showcase and retail their work in a prime Merchant City location. Since the Boutique’s launch in November it has gone from strength to strength, gathering positive publicity from newspapers and bloggers alike. The Boutique is highlighted in an article in the Skinny this month as a champion of independent designers, such as Jenny Lööf. And the Boutique’s manager Lisa Carr also gets a special mention too…

Read the article here:
http://www.theskinny.co.uk/fashion/features/301304-jennie_lf_tomboy_princesses

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