Harris Tweed briefs Portas

The Harris Tweed Authority has appointed creative comms agency Portas to work on a project for the Milan Design Triennale, which runs from 31 March to 12 September 2016.

Portas will provide comms strategy, designer liaison and PR support for the organisation.

Lorna Macaulay, chief executive of The Harris Tweed Authority, said: “The Harris Tweed Authority is collaborating with the V&A Dundee and Jaguar Land Rover on this exciting project. We are very pleased to have the extensive fashion knowledge and contacts of Portas Agency on the team as we take it forward.”

Caireen Wackett, MD at Portas, added: “Harris Tweed is a gloriously unique British brand and we’re delighted to be working with them on such a prestigious project.”

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