District Roots ‘Clothing that brings people together’

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District Roots release their 2014 collection & Crowdfunding Video

District Roots 2014 collection

District Roots 2014 collection

Setting the trend with new tank tops, hoodies and backpacks District Roots have stepped up to the next level for 2014. Following the success of their collections in 2013, this start up business is slowly becoming a leader in the independent apparel space.

District Roots clothing based in Manchester are back once again with their latest release for 2014. Setting the trend with new tank tops, hoodies and backpacks District Roots have stepped up to the next level for 2014. Following the success of their collections in 2013, this start up business is slowly becoming a leader in the independent apparel space.

With an ever expanding apparel social media presence and Facebook clothing fan base District Root’s unique style is making waves.
The District Roots 2014 can be purchased via their on-line store: http://www.districtroots.com/category.html

Pushing their new tag line ‘Stand Apart Never Alone’ District Roots have driven forward their brand identity, using of their logo on a lot of the 2014 range. Staying true to their roots their latest photo shoot, photography was done by Banter Media http://www.bantermedia.com/ award winning marketing agency also based in that awesome city called Manchester. With Liam Wright at the helm, District Roots have created a vivid and creative video which promotes their brand and shares the story of the District Roots movement.

District Roots have taken the opportunity to combine the release of their 2014 collection with an Indiegogo crowdfunding project. The video for their project is now on-line and lets us behind the scenes with the creators of the brand ‘Big Ed’ and ‘Mini.’

To pledge your support to the movement check out there project here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/clothing-that-brings-people-together/x/8764232

District Roots are looking to raise £25,000 in order to buy printing equipment to help their business develop and grow. The machinery in turn will enable District Roots to take on some new apprentices in Manchester to learn graphic design and textile printing skills, whilst becoming key members of the business.

District Roots will always be a t-shirt brand at heart which strides to bring you the freshest urban clothes in the U.K. As District Roots continue to develop and cross boundaries, their line is ever increasing with the freshest styles and garments in the apparel space.

Just like the cities we love, District Roots describe themselves as being ‘transient in a constant state of flux.’ Director ‘Big Ed’ says there is “much more to come” for 2014 as it seems that District Roots is geared up for a big finish for 2014. Let’s see what these boys have got up their sleeve.

Be sure to check out their social media pages:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DistrictRoots
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DistrictRoots

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