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Women's brand Jessica London's new campaign for plus size
Aug '12
Jessica London, a premier brand in the portfolio of Redcats USA’s OneStopPlus Group, has just launched its Fall of Surprises campaign, which highlights new classic fashions for plus size women. A sneak peek of the Fall 2012 collection's maxi dresses, jeggings, leather sheaths, suede jackets and more can be found at JessicaLondon.com and in the Jessica London Fall preview catalog, already in-home.

This Fall, Jessica London is offering more WEAR NOW pieces in extended colors, featuring new sales and category events, introducing its Future Mom collection for the working mom with exclusive suiting separates and dresses, and rolling out great buys that highlight select season must-haves at affordable prices!

“We are very excited about our Jessica London Fall collection as we understand that plus size women want the same stylish fashions being offered to their smaller counterparts,” said John Mallon, Senior Vice President/General Brand Manager for Jessica London.

“It doesn’t matter what size you wear; more importantly, it’s about how you feel in your own skin. With that in mind, Jessica London has created a beautiful portfolio of Fall fashions in vibrant colors and bold patterns that are designed to fit and enhance a woman’s curves.”

Jessica London provides the plus size woman the largest selection of apparel, lingerie and shoes that is classic, modern and career-oriented with an element of fashion, empowering her to feel sophisticated and fashionable at work and everywhere else.

In addition, the brand provides consistent great quality, fit expertise and excellent service, all at strong value price points. Sizes range from 12 to 32, including petites and talls.

In addition, Jessica London offers international shipping to 90 countries. Customers can visit JessicaLondon.com and order from Jessica London’s 2012 Fall Collection, shop on the go via Jessica London's mobile site, or download the iPad app and find that perfect outfit!

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