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Zip into summer in style

Monday 11 October, 2004

Zip into summer in style with the mary-kateandashley brand

It's easy for girls to look great and feel confident and comfortable this summer thanks to the bold striped design and knockout colours of the Fast Fashion collection from the mary-kateandashley brand.

Striped halter tops pair up with short, flippy skirts to provide the ultimate in summer cool. Mix 'n' match these pieces with funky side-tie tops and crisp, white capri pants for designer fashion that won't break the piggy bank.

Judy Swartz, the mary-kateandashley brand Senior Vice President, Fashion and Executive Designer, says the mary-kateandashley brand is all about giving kids, 'tweens and teens what they want while at the same time keeping Mum happy!

"The new Fast Fashion range reflects current funky fashion trends, but keeps the styles simple and suitable for Kiwi kids, 'tweens and teens" explains Swartz. Swartz collaborates with Mary-Kate and Ashley to ensure their design vision shine through the various fashion ranges.

The Fast Fashion collection from the mary-kateandashley brand is available at The Warehouse stores nationwide, in sizes 8 to16, from mid-October 2004.

The mary-kateandashley brand fashion and lifestyle categories at The Warehouse include 'tween outerwear and activewear, hats, bags, jewellery, sunglasses, watches, cosmetics, posters, books, calendars, fashion dolls, videos / DVDs, music CDs, videogames and more!

About The mary-kateandashley Brand

The mary-kateandashley brand is one of the top performing girls brands in America as well as in Canada, England, France, Australia, Mexico, Germany, Japan and New Zealand. It combines the #1 girls video and book franchises with the fastest-growing, trend-forward line of fashion for girls, as well as health and beauty and lifestyle products to produce global retail sales of more than U.S. $1 billion in 2004. The mary-kateandashley brand plans to launch in Spain February 2005.


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