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New Look adds Miss Sixty brand to their denim range
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Oct '11
As part of an innovative, new campaign to include some quality brands to New Look's own award-winning clothing, New Look has selected Miss Sixty to complement their already high-fashion and on-trend range of jeans.

New Look's eye on fashion trends is represented in their welcoming of the Miss Sixty brand to their own denim wear collection, on sale through the New Look website.

The upcoming launch of 'Brand New Look' will see the retailer pick, choose and integrate over 50 celebrated fashion brands into its portfolio, exhibiting a pioneering initiative within high street fashion. Building upon their pre-existing range with complementary brands advances New Look's development as a retailer.

Selections made by New Look are informed and inspired by their own standards of high quality and vibrant fashion and these additional collections are an extension of New Look's fashion philosophy.

Over the next three months, recognised names in menswear and womenswear, such as Firetrap and Lee, as well as some of the most sought-after high street shoe brands and ranges such as head over heels by Dune, will be sold through the New Look website.

The Miss Sixty range comes just weeks after New Look was awarded Best Jeans in the Prima High Street Fashion Awards 2011. New Look's ambassadors are extremely excited for this new bold new step in branded retail.

The extra choice through these new brands is great news for New Look's online users: customers on the web can browse celebrity styles and get fashion tips at the company blog, with guides to how to wear the trends, and advice and ideas on the New Look products and branded items which help you 'get the look'.

New Look are award winning fashion retailers, and offer a wide choice of clothing to suit all tastes. From jackets to handbags, maternity clothes to plus size clothing, mens shoes to kidswear, New Look offers glamorous clothing at affordable prices.

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