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‘Landscape’ Gorman summer 08

Immediate Release – 15 October 2008

‘Landscape’ Gorman summer 08

Be part of the scenery this summer with the new Gorman range just landed at Ruby Boutiques nationwide. Inspired by varied landscapes the collection includes printed collages of organic abstract shapes that evoke a feeling of the surreal glowing suns, velvet hills, indigo rivers and branches with eyes. Summer colour has intensified with the key print this season being the day and the night print.

The other half of the collection has you dressed and ready to deal with this trippy terrain. A washed back, worn feeling of soft utilitarian shapes in faded military colours appear whilst drawstring dresses and Gorman’s signature farmer pant are restyled in additional versions for the season.

Organic fibres hold priority at Gorman this season, with all t-shirting and cotton sourced from organic supply.


Gorman is available at Ruby Boutiques nationwide.
www.rubynz.co.nz


ENDS

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