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GUESS Autumn Winter 2011 collection
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Aug '11
The festive season brings in much-needed reasons to let your hair down and party and that's exactly why you need to head to your nearest GUESS store! The Autumn Winter 2011 collection for GUESS is out in stores and it's time to dress up in style. Bring out your inner style icon and please the fashion police by playing to the trends of the season.

Girls, it's time to give in to your wild side and play around with a whole lot of animal prints – figure-hugging dresses, long silhouettes and jeggings! And that's not all. Hot shorts, jumpsuits and maxi dresses in a hue of party colours that are guaranteed to make you the diva you always wanted to be.

Slim fit denims in an array of earth tones and tops to brighten up your days and nights – that's what the new collection from GUESS has for you this time.

For the boys there are sleeved shirts in shades of slate and grey and tee-shirts with funky lettering and graphics to draw all those admirable eyeballs. Classic and stone-washed denims complete the party look this season.

GUESS is brought into India by Planet Retail Holdings Pvt. Ltd. Planet Retail has always been at the forefront of retailing in India - setting new industry standards, venturing into uncharted territories and launching revolutionary retail concepts to provide an extraordinary shopping experience to the customers.

Some of the other premium international brands brought into India, by Planet Retail, include Accessorize, Nautica, Next, Debenhams, etc.

Planet Retail Holdings Pvt. Ltd

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