Need YSO apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
Siphay Southidara is the Montreal-based designer who founded this label. He born in Laos in 1972, brought up in Canada and entered into fashion design program at Marie Victorin in 1991. With the encouragement of peers, he competed in Smirnoff Fashion Awards and was selected for the Canadian grand prize finalist. Later, he received appreciation from the top Canadian designers Todd Lynn and Marie Saint Pierre.
Where he is unique, is that he is also a serious artist. He has actually put on professional art exhibitions in Montreal, at least one of which have been reviewed in academia.edu. There are also references to music credits for this designer. You would like to hope that this creative ability finds a proper outlet in clothing design.
Other than that, it's not easy to find much about this designer. The website is defunct and there is no recent news.
Other than that Links to search results for this brand are below:
It is somewhat amazing how many different organizations the acronym of this label also stands for. It's not a very strategic choice for this label, because I don't believe that I saw much or really anything on the first page of Google Blog search that refers to this label. I think I have learned a lot of interesting things though about the Yale Symphony Orchestra as well as the Yakima Symphony Orchestra. I don't think I understand yet what Young Stellar Objects are but they sound interesting. Mixed in with those results are the Youth Symphony Okanagan. I personally find it interesting that this acronym stands for three orchestras but only two of them use the "O" for orchestra.
I've come across an alternate choice for bargain-hunting YSO apparel. It doesn't negate the importance of previously mentioned options and they should be seen as additional venues to check. If you are not able to find the brand on one day then it might be wise to check back regularly. One of the nice things about ecommerce is that it evolves and you tend to have an evolving array of choices. I think this is a good thing because it keeps all businesses on their toes.: