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Project A Apparel – Recession Busting Sale

Project A Apparel is an Irish streetwear company based in Dublin, Ireland. Set up by Dualta Jones and Francesca Griffin, the two started up the company because they saw that there wasn’t enough of a market out there for people interested in graffiti, street art and graphics.

“With a background in fashion, graffitti and architecture we thought we would give it a try. We are influenced by the bold colours and clean lines of graffiti and the rough-edged urban feel to street art. Our lifestyles and our city environment help in the design of our clothes.”

-Project A Apparel

What started out as a hobby has spiraled into a full fledged business for Project A Apparel, as people seem to love their designs and want to see more . This has led the company to their spring/summer line. In Project A Apparel’s latest collection, they have used Continentals Earth Positive range, which is fair trade and also carbon neutral – something that is very important to them.

Project A Apparel is currently having a sale on all their designs because of how the recession¬† has been affecting people’s pockets. All prices have been reduced for the Spring. The brand’s tshirts are currently sold out at various retail locations, and are now only available through their website:

Project A Apparel Recession Busting Sale flyer

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