A group of young entrepreneurs have turned their love of fashion into a business venture by launching their own clothing line.
The trio, made up of siblings Olivia and Bradley Banks and their friend Alex Owen, all former Thetford Grammar School pupils, have created three different T-shirts under their own fashion label Rich Future.
“Myself, my brother and our friend felt there was a niche in the T-shirt market - we didn’t think there was one that appealed to everyone,” said Olivia, 23.
The ‘quality’ T-shirts, which are being sold online for £49.95, are fully sourced and manufactured in the UK.
Olivia said: “All Items are intricately made with each detail being just as important as the next.
“This is why everything, from the wash care labels to the materials and printing, is made, sourced and carried out in the UK - something that is very important to us, 100 per cent British through and through.”
The T-shirts feature leather labels and rims and sleeves that sit ‘completely flush’ when they are rolled up.
“The details we’ve incorporated make a lot of difference,” said Olivia, who hopes to see their ‘stand out’ brand in stores around East Anglia in the New Year, with exclusivity to a few shops in each town.
To find out more, visit www.richfuture.co.uk