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19/02/2016
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Yumi by Lilah SS16 Collection

Embroidered Circle Skater Dress, £85 We’ve got exciting news for you. Drum roll please, Yumi HQ is pleased to announce our latest collaboration with British presenter and model, Lilah Parsons. Embroidered Midi Shirt Dress, £85 For her latest collab, Lilah’s taken a leap into the designer’s seat and created a stunning ’60s inspired Parisian capsule range, Yumi by Lilah. The 17 piece collection features super feminine silhouettes, tailored suits, pretty florals, colour pops throughout and raw denim pieces. We’ve keeled over with delight already. Broderie Anglaise Shirt, £45, Denim A-line Midi Skirt, £50... Read More

07/12/2015
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Yumi SS16 Press Day Sneak Peek

Usually reserved for the fashion press, editors and bloggers, Press Day is where we reveal all the dresses and separates we’ll be sporting in the coming season. But we want to give you a head start on spring’s hottest styles with an exclusive sneak peek at Yumi SS16. You’re welcome. Floral Embroidery Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking. We know, we know. This trend never fails to be a general theme throughout most collections and that’s because quite simply, it’s pretty and we like it. So there. Adorning everything from occasion dresses to summery... Read More

06/05/2015
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Nepal Earthquake Appeal – A Thank You From Yumi

We’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of support offered by you lovely customers in our efforts to get vital aid and donations to those suffering in Nepal over the last week. In acknowledgement of our appreciation, Yumi founders, Uttam and Clare Nepal have written an open letter to everyone who’s so kindly donated and bought our pretty ‘Asha’ dress in the process: Dear All, Clare and I wanted to personally write to you to extend our heartfelt gratitude at the outpouring of overwhelming support extended to our appeal for support of the... Read More

29/04/2015
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Buy the Yumi Asha Dress for Nepal Earthquake Relief

Personally affected by the devastating earthquake which hit Nepal on Saturday, Yumi founders, Uttam and Clare Nepal, have set up the Yumi Nepal Earthquake Appeal, to provide relief for those who’ve lost their loved ones, homes and belongings. Uttam was born and grew up in the Dhading region of Nepal, which is very close to the epicentre and his heart. Dhading has been hugely affected by the earthquake leaving houses flattened and lives lost, therefore at Yumi HQ we’ve decided to launch the “Asha” dress. Asha means hope in Nepalese.... Read More

10/11/2014
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Yumi x Company presents Bloggers style the high street event

Eight brands, eight bloggers, one host and one run way – Talented presenter and face of YUMI Lilah Parsons hosted Company Magazines biggest fashion and blogger event last week. And us here at YUMI got involved, with a helping hand from talented ‘it’ fashion blogger Doina – from The Golden Diamonds.com. Doina styled our models from head to toe showing the latest trends, from the swinging 60’s, Metallic/space and Animal/woodland creatures, can we just say each and every outfit looked AMAZING! If you didn’t get a chance to attend, then... Read More

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Team Nepal Update

A few weeks ago we let you know about a cause close to our hearts here at Yumi (read more about it here). TEAM Nepal is a charity that we work with and their aim is to improve the lives of Nepalese children living in rural communities. Their ethos is, ”We believe that education is the most precious gift that we can offer. Education provides people with the tools they need to improve their own lives without always having to rely on others.” In light of this, we are delighted to... Read More

26/08/2012
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TEAM Nepal

Today, we’d like to take some time to let you know about something close our hearts here at Yumi. Our founder Uttam is from the small Asian country of Nepal, which has stunning landscapes and a rich history. Uttam’s roots are very important to him, which is why he and all of us here are big supporters of TEAM Nepal. TEAM (which stands for Together Everyone Achieves More) Nepal is a charity that aims to improve the lives of Nepalese people living in rural communities, by focusing on improving children’s... Read More