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18th November 2010
Mimi Noor, Bath's devotee of designer denim, celebrated the launch of her
first store in Bath
 

Mimi Noor, Bath's devotee of designer denim, celebrated the launch of her first store in Bath with a Sparkling and Canapés reception that was organised by Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy.

Guests enjoying function
Guests enjoying function

The shop sells designer denim of which many brands are exclusive to her shop in Bath. Mimi Noors also sells silk blouses, t-shirts and accessories. The event was attended by over 70 esteemed customers and local businessmen and women.

Mimi Noor
Mimi Noor

There was a fantastic atmosphere and the reception overlooked the switching on of Bath's Christmas lights on Milsom street. There was a real buzz and energy in the air and such support for what Mimi and her staff were doing. Sparkling drinks were provided by Great Western Wine and canapés from Dine with Style.

Catriona gives service with a smile to one of the guests
Catriona gives service with a smile to one of the guests

Mimi’s experience, knowledge and love of denim stemmed from her time working in London during her University studies and subsequently as a model and then from her London business experience.

Mimi Noor said:- "My shop launch turned out be a an amazing launch party thanks to the fantastic Morgan-Brinkhurst Consultancy. A massive thank you to everyone who came especially all of my wonderful friends, my gorgeous mum and most of all my incredible fiance who made my dream a reality"/

Visit www.miminoor.co.uk for more information.

Mimi Noor's chosen charity is Jeans for Genes which support children with genetic disorders and Mimi Noor will doante £5 from every pair of jeans sold during the launch week.

Mimi and her staff
Mimi and her staff

About Jeans for Genes

Jeans for Genes is the UK charity raising money for children with genetic disorders. It funds the care and support they need now and the research which could change their futures.

The charity has now raised £35million to fund research into a wide range of genetic disorders which affect an estimated 1 in 25 children born in the UK. The money has also helped to provide care, support and equipment for children and families across the UK.

There are more than 4,500 genetic disorders and although individually they’re very rare, collectively they are the biggest killer of children aged 14 and under.

Please visit www.jeansforgenes.com for further information.

 

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