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Top New York Fashion Designers Launch Hot New Denim and Trouser Line

Top New York Fashion Designers Launch Hot New Denim and Trouser Line

 |  by Elif SUNGUR
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Currently the Buzz in Hollywood, BISHOP of Seventh prepares to launch its highly-anticipated denim and trouser collection Spring of 2006.

With 100 of the finest retailers in North America currently selling their garments under the name Prasad, New York design duo Karam Kim and Chachi Prasad are set to unveil their latest collection-BISHOP of Seventh-in spring of 2006.

Having worked for the world's top designer's on New York's Seventh Avenue, including: Oscar de la Renta; Calvin Klein; Ellen Tracy; Michael Kors; Donna Karan; TSE and more, the BISHOP of Seven design duo bring an unprecedented level of quality and detail to their signature denim and trouser designs.

With a redefined message, a reinvented design, and a new approach to denim and trouser construction, BISHOP of Seventh is the juxtaposition of masculine and feminine, modern and vintage to create classic, yet edgy designs with high-end, quality tailoring unseen in any of the many brands currently on the market.

From Seventh Avenue to the west coast, BISHOP of Seventh is featured in the finest retailers throughout the United States, and is quickly gaining notoriety among celebrities including: Mary J. Blige, Mary Hart, Ananda Lewis, Rosario Dawson, Macy Gray, and many more. BISHOP of Seventh has recently been featured on Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, The style. Network, Big Boutique Network, Q Television, and more. Pop sensation Macy Gray recently named BISHOP of Seventh her current favorite fashion line on the television show Extra, and the company has been profiled in Harper's Bazaar, Metro Pop, New York Times, and other notable publications.

For more information on Bishop of Seventh, please visit http://www.bishopofseventh.com.
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