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Aziza Zina

Fashion | May 15, 2013 |

Aziza Zina

Aziza Zina is arabic for: Precious and Beauty. Aziza Zina was founded by Moritz Stoll in 2009 together with his partner, Morena Gonzalez. They produce two Collection per year (FW/SS) each collection contains between 16 -20 Looks (so roughly 30 pieces). The Prototypes have always been made in Switzerland.

The fashion of Aziza Zina expresses a classic, modern elegance and incorporates fanciful elements accentuating the femininity of the women who wear it. The customers find their personalities reflected in the selected, fine quality fabrics and designs of their creations. Strong yet unimposing, versatile, seductive, playful and stylish are the attributes that distinguish Aziza Zina and make its fashion special.

Morena Gonzalez is of Dominican descent, she went to her first fashion design School in Santo Domingo and came to switzerland to continue her studies in fashion design at the “Design Schule Z” Zürich, where she finished with Diploma. Moritz Stoll went to art school after the “normal” School education but then decided to study Business Management (BBA) his emphasis in university were: Marketing, Advertisement and PR. In his last year of University he started Aziza Zina and has been doing this ever since.

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