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Next unveils catwalk inspired S/S collection
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Jan '12
Next are excited to launch the latest Spring/Summer 2012 additions to their women's collection. From statement dresses to coloured jeans, the new arrivals include beautifully made catwalk inspired pieces brimming with great quality and value for money.

The global fashion chain already has SS12 fashion favourites out in the shops and online in time for the new fashion season. However, ready for the summer, more and more tea dresses, wedges and bikinis will continue to make their way into the Next collection. What's more, you will love the charming new Next homeware range with vintage inspired tea rose patterns and antique off-white décor.

This season, Next's catwalk collection s are all about dusky pastels, tribal motifs, bold stripes and pretty florals. Wear with great fitting jeans from the women's denim shop or Next's range of chinos and cords. For an on-trend look, the fashion retailer also has a great selection of ladies coloured denim in turquoise, pinks, and animals prints.

For those you are favouring the French inspired heritage trend, women's blouses and blazers worn with the latest wide leg trousers make up our Amelie range. Or perhaps the Matchset collection, with lightweight fairisle sweaters, stripy polo shirts and linen skirts in pink pastels and soft greys.

Along with these glamorous goodies, complete the look with women's shoes from Next's popular Shoeroom at next.co.uk. Whatever style ladies are looking for, Next's full range of SS12 fashion footwear means they can mix high fashion with practicality.

NEXT, established 1982, is a leading British brand offering stylish clothes and accessories for all the family - plus beautiful home furnishings too. Distinguished by its commitment to great design, quality and value, NEXT is today's go-to label for everything from tailoring and dresses to jeans and shoes.

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