London, United Kingdom, July 20, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- When it comes to fashion, there are more options out there than ever before. From big box stores to high-end designers, consumers are continually met with advertisements to purchase various products. Amid all these options are the fabrics, which have a real "dark side" as people have discovered these common fabrics aggravated their allergies. The man-made fibers usually made from petroleum, have been shown in many cases to cause skin irritations, rashes, and swelling-real health issues for so many people.
With a burning desire to help dispel these disheartening concerns and to solve all bad experiences by die-hard t-shirt fans, DUO DU LONDON launched its exclusive line of eco-friendly garments, which have aesthetically appealing designs and official Swarovski Crystals. These features make DUO DU LONDON organic garments unique for those who love quality clothing that is chic, and is socially responsible.
"Today, we have a few more choices for eco-friendly-or should we say, people-friendly-clothing," explained Danny Kay, founder/ CEO of DUO DU LONDON. "We have recognized many of the problems caused by the man-made fabrics, and we now seek out the natural fibers when designing our garments.”
DUO DU LONDON will be donating £1 for every item purchased to Penny Brohn Cancer Care Centre, Bristol UK in memory of Danny’s late mother.
DUO DU LONDON radiates a drive for the unconventional and an abundance of creativity as their urban collection of abstract apparel designs are drawn with hands using calligraphic pens and Chinese inks. People who are keen on finding a new way to express themselves using high-quality organic clothing now have the opportunity to enjoy the company's new line of fashion.
Danny concluded, “Like Sir Henry Royce quote reads, strive for perfection in everything you do. Take the best that exists and make it better… when it does not exist, design it.”
For more information about DUO DU LONDON and the exclusive urban collection of abstract apparel offered, visit http://www.duodulondon.co.uk.