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Local resource for fashion design schools in Logan, UT. Includes detailed information on local schools that provide access to fashion marketing, accessory design, apparel design, footwear design, and fashion design programs, as well as advice and content on fashion careers.

Fleurville
(800) 987-6828
1189 W 1700 N, Suite 150
Logan, UT

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The Sportsman
(435) 752-0211
129 N Main St
Logan, UT
 
Somebody's Attic Inc
(435) 752-8502
39 W 100 N
Logan, UT
 
The Sports Authority #319
(435) 752-4287
1050 N Main Bldg D Logan
Logan, UT
 
One Time Fence Supply Llc
(435) 760-0618
P O Box 607
Millville, UT
 
Lil Kidz Closet
(435) 695-7566
491 N Main Street
Logan, UT
 
Country Village Antique
(435) 752-1678
730 South Main
Logan, UT
 
Logan Book Exchange
(435) 752-9150
29 W 100 N
Logan, UT
 
T.J.Maxx
(435) 787-0838
Rte 91 & 1400 North
Logan, UT
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Sun: 11a - 8pMon-Sat: 9:30a - 9:30p

Dillard's
(435) 750-7500
1350 North Main
Logan, UT
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Wedding Registry, Big and Tall
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Miksani introduces Carbon Neutral fashion range

Lucire

We’ve heard of many labels using the eco-fashion tag—after all, Lucire was the first fashion magazine to bring sustainable style into the mainstream, from 2003. Miksani , meanwhile, has gone one further with a Carbon Neutral clothing range for spring–summer 2010, launching at the Pure London Fashion Show.
   Miksani says its products have a minimal environmental impact, with hand-woven cotton from India, banana-fibre jumpers and coconut buttons. Miksani’s creator and owner Katie Weightman says, ‘I hope this encourages other clothing companies to take similar steps.’ The company says it already has Fair Trade and organic practices.
   Miksani’s range has been offset by Piqqo , through a reforestation project in México. Piqqo uses carbon labelling, with each label carrying a unique serial number that allows customers to trace the offset back to the project....

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