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Brosway and MIU Celebrate Partnership

This is through the unveiling of design student contest winning collection.

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(PRESS RELEASE) MIAMI, FL – On the evening of Wednesday, October 09, Brosway celebrated its partnership with Miami International University of Art & Design (MIU) through the unveiling of design student, Raquel Zerbib, contest winning collection, at the Brosway Flagship Store in Miami.

Earlier this year, Brosway and MIU announced Raquel Zerbib as the winner of a student design contest in which the students were challenged to design collection consisting of three jewelry pieces inspired by the Brosway brand pillars. Raquel’s winning collection was officially produced by the brand to include four necklace design, one bracelet and four cufflink designs, under the collection entitled, “Miami Vibes.”

The evening’s celebration commenced with the unveiling of the collection showcased within the Brosway storefront windows at their Miami International Mall location. Throughout the event guests were offered the opportunity to speak with Raquel and discover the inspiration behind her “Miami Vibes” collection. Later in the evening Beatrice Beleggia, Brosway vice president, and Charlene Parsons, academic director of fashion programs at MIU, announced their plans to continue the partnership between Brosway and MIU to support the education of students, like Raquel, and showcase their incredible design talents.

The “Miami Vibes” collection will be available on www.brosway.us and is now available at Brosway’s Flagship Store in the Miami International Mall.

To learn more about Brosway, please visit https://www.brosway.us/

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