Kimberly Papermaker, a small, family-owned company, is bringing a fashion show to New York City this fall.
The event is the first of its kind in the United States.
In a statement, Kimberly’s founder and CEO, Kristy Lohman, said that “this event is a great opportunity to showcase our unique and innovative papermaking line to a global audience.”
Kimberly’s latest line of papermaking apparel will be showcased in the brand’s signature color-blurred, geometric shapes.
It will be a bold and bold statement on the brand and the way it sells its products.
The first phase of the event will feature a “printing showcase,” featuring three different styles of hand-embroidered handbags.
Kimberly’s newest line, which features a full range of handbag accessories, will also be featured in the show.
The new line of clothing will be on sale in the company’s store, which will also sell items like kimberlite earrings and paper towels.
Kimberley has long been known for its hand-crafted designs, which feature intricate patterns and vibrant colors that are used in all of its apparel.
In the past, the brand has featured designs for apparel that feature an array of designs that include geometric shapes and geometric patterns.
Kimbertis founder and founder, Kimberly Lohmans, told MTV News that she wanted to create a “world class papermaking company,” and wanted to help make the world a better place.
She added that she was also inspired to create the brand as a “home for people of all ages to create, design and craft something beautiful.”
The event will run from Sept. 12 to Sept. 14 at the Macy’s flagship store in the heart of New York’s Lower East Side.
The company plans to sell an extensive range of clothing including apparel, accessories, jewelry and footwear, along with a variety of other accessories.