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Spring into summer w. the mary-kateandashley brand

News release
Monday, 29 August 2005

Spring into summer with the mary-kateandashley brand

Kiwi girls can get an early jump on summer with the mary-kateandashley brand Summer Breeze fashion collection featuring funky frills, ribbons and embroidered denim. ‘Tweens will look and feel cool, comfortable and in fashion with the Summer Breeze empire waist tops, frilled shoestring singlets and cropped denim jeans and mini-skirts.

The mary-kateandashley brand specialises in affordable, designer fashions that are age-appropriate and fun to wear while keeping mums happy.

“We design all of our collections with both girls and their mums in mind,” says Sam Ciardi, newly appointed executive design director for the mary-kateandashley brand. Ciardi works hand-in-hand with Mary-Kate and Ashley to ensure their design ideas and vision are incorporated into each collection.

“We were pleased with the overall look and feel of the Summer Breeze collection and the options it presents,” Ciardi adds. “By combining the shades of pink, ocean turquoise and white with blue beaded denim, girls can have fun with pretty but ‘cool’ colour contrasts.”

The Summer Breeze fashion collection from the mary-kateandashley brand is on-shelf at selected The Warehouse stores nationwide in sizes 8 to 14 with items priced from $17.99.

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

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