MANAYUNK MAGAZINE

Sisters in Style: How Lisa & Laura Anne Lamprou built their fashion empire from the ground up.

"If you took a brief glimpse into what life was like five years ago for sisters and owners of LILA Fashion International, Lisa and Laura Anne Lamprou, it was a far cry from the world of fashion. Lisa was working in medical research at the University of Pennsylvania and Laura Anne was with a marketing and advertising agency that specializes in luxury hospitality. Both had a lifelong appreciation for fashion, at least as far as shopping for a new wardrobe goes, and on occasion, they even entertained the idea of one day owning their own fashion company."
- Nov '18


THE MOTHERCHIC

Holiday Family Fun in Manayunk

Influencer and fashion blogger, Lindsey, of The Motherchic, spent the day in Manayunk for a little family fun time, and managed to squeeze in a little holiday shopping too! Read up on her visit to LILA Fashion International, as well as some of our other fave street retailers and restaurants in her latest post.
- Dec '17


MANAYUNK MAGAZINE & MYNK BLOG

Enjoy the Magic of Manayunk this Holiday Season by Shopping Small

In Manayunk magazine's holiday issue, read up on how you can celebrate the season in our favorite neighborhood while supporting the small businesses you love.
- Nov '17


MANAYUNK.COM

Manayunk Mornings

Catch LILA Fashion International on the couch with the Manayunk.com team in the latest installment of their bi-monthly web series, Manayunk Mornings! Get a sneak peek of what to expect on Small Business Saturday, coming up Saturday, November 25, from LILA and a few favorite local businesses, The Little Apple, Latitudes and Longitudes and Pineapple on Main.

- Nov '17 

 


Where Philadelphia 

Sinful Philly Fun: Envy - Buy What You Like

"Like what she's got on? You, too, can turn heads with fashionable wear from Philly's top shops. The cosmopolitan looks at LILA in Manayunk have a European flair that will have everyone asking where you got your digs."
- Aug '17


The Motherchic

The Sunday Brief

Lusting // I’m majorly crushing on this printed top (see photo) from Lila Fashion International – a local fashion/lifestyle boutique that sources merchandise from all over the world... The sister team at Lila works with small, talented designers, but most have not been exposed to the US market. For this reason alone, their shop is an awesome place to buy unique gifts (hello, Mother’s Day!) – perfect for the jet-setting girl at heart.
 - Lindsey, Founder of The Motherchic, Apr ‘17


A Parisian in America

4 Essentials of Summer with LILA Fashion International

Bonjour my Beauties, today's article is about my beloved Lila Fashion International, if you have been reading my blog for some time you must recall my earlier collaboration with the brand. The first thing you'll notice is after almost a year, I am still in love with these sandals and handbag. This is the perfect example when I encourage you to buy classic statement piece instead of falling into trendy things, it has to be worth the investment you know!
 - Blogger Alpa Rama, Apr ‘17


Manayunk Magazine & MYNK Blog

BUSINESS SAVVY: Meet The Ladies Behind LILA

We were delighted to share our story (and our beautiful new space!) with the Manayunk.com crew. Catch our feature in the fall '16 issue of Manayunk magazine, or on the official MYNK blog, below.
 - Sept '16


Manayunk.com

Manayunk Mornings

Tune in to Episode 4 of Manayunk.com's bi-monthly web series Manayunk Mornings for a special tour of the LILA Fashion International boutique on Main Street. Then stop by!

- July '16 

 


Roxborough Review

LILA Fashion International Opens Manayunk Storefront

We wanted people to feel like they could experience and appreciate and bring home a piece of the world without having to leave the country, or without needing a passport or anything like that, and that’s kind of how the concept came about,” Laura Anne said. When searching for the perfect location, Laura Anne said Manayunk — and the Philadelphia area — was the ideal fit for their new store.
 - June ‘16