From February 2012, textile design studio Sixhands will be exclusively represented by Emily Ziz Style Studio.
January 19th, 2012
Interior design agency/consultancy Emily Ziz Style Studio is bringing the work of Sydney textile design studio Sixhands to the Australian market.
From February 2012, Emily Ziz Style Studio will represent Sixhands, showcasing the Sixhands Collection of textiles and interior design products alongside a prestigious portfolio of unique international brands.
Joined by a mutual passion for stylish patterns and vibrant colours, Emily Ziz Style Studio and Sixhands are excited to be working together to bring the Sixhands Collection to NSW architects, designers, specifiers and trade customers.
Join Sixhands and Emily Ziz Studio for an exclusive celebration on 2 February. Contact email@example.com for more information.
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