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in fiamme launches new Classico apparel collection
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Nov '12
in fiamme, the world's finest Italian golf apparel, introduces its Classico by in fiamme Collection, a line of hand-sewn custom-designed men's golf shirts combining a traditional style and fit with the singular details for which in fiamme is known.

By selecting a number of time-honored, preferred in fiamme colors and designs, while adding some new colorations and design elements, the company presents the Classico by in fiamme Collection as a line that will appeal not only to those accustomed to a conventional look and feel, both on and off the golf course, but also to those just discovering the pleasure of wearing the finest in classic lifestyle fashion.

"The Classico by in fiamme Collection pulls together our most beloved classic colors and designs, enhanced by an array of new colors and details - all with the traditional beauty and comfort that are our specialty," said Art Kimbrough, vice president of business development for in fiamme.

The exceptional fabrication, craftsmanship, coloration and custom designs which distinguish in fiamme apparel are evident in the Classico by in fiamme Collection, which will be exhibited, along with other in fiamme lines of custom Italian golf apparel, in booth #5253 at the PGA Merchandise Show, to take place Jan. 24-26, 2013, in Orlando, Fla.

Established in 1999, in fiamme - Fine Italian Golf Apparel, headquartered in Phoenix, stands as a premier apparel brand in the golf and fine clothing industry.

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