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M&P expands range of women's apparel
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Nov '11
Morgan's and Phillip's - M&P has expanded its current range of women's apparel, including its popular officially licensed Shelby products. Found in better retailers across the US and around the world M&P brings a modern twist to vintage style.

M&P announced Monday that it will continue to expand its range of ladies apparel and accessories, a major part of this expansion is their officially licensed Shelby apparel. "We spent so much time developing our mens Shelby line that we almost forgot about the ladies line" said designer Michael Satterfield. He went on to say "it was always there, but since mens has been about 99% of our business we had just not focused on it as much".

The new line available in limited release until Spring 2012, will continue to expand, the timeless modern take on vintage style will carry over to other products, but for now the range is limited to tees, thermals, bags, hats, and accessories that all have a real vintage feel.

Unlike most brand M&P bases each shirt on a real person, place, or event, and attempts to make each garment as authentic as possible. While the blank shirts are produced overseas, the dyeing, printing, and all finish work is done right in the M&P studio in Southern California. The result is a truly unique garment where now two are exactly alike.

Morgan's and Phillip's was founded in 2007 with the idea to create clothing that reflected the history of not only America but the unique passion Americans have for all things on wheels.

Founder and designer Michael Satterfield had bought his first car two years before he could legally drive and hung on the every word as his father and his friends would talk about the golden age of motorsports.

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