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Splash brings UK's heritage in new Lee Cooper line
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May '13
High-street fashion retailer Splash brings UK’s heritage to the forefront with the latest summer’13 collection of Lee Cooper, which highlights the fresh safari trend for both men and women.

The collection features a selection of versatile and timeless pieces inspired by the British youth and their summer expeditions.

With a blend of heritage inspired prints and trims in safari silhouette’s, the collection reveals colors like coral and olive that blend well with off-white and blues over bases of rayon twills, peached cottons and super soft denims.

Nature lovers will blend in easily as forest prints are a key for this season, encouraging men and women fashionistas to bring out their wild side.

As we move further along into the season, the collection takes a drastic shift from earthy muted color combinations to color mixing of neonic ones to give a more preppy look to the season. Pair a crop tee or graphic tee with over-dyed colored denims, to stand out in a crowd.

Neon trims over t-shirts paired with the classic Lee Cooper denims transform you from neat to chic within minutes. Grab a couple of these neon beauties and witness your wardrobe take a completely refreshing turns this season.

With prices starting from AED 45 for both men and women, give your wardrobe a much deserved makeover with Lee Cooper’s summer’13 collection available across all Splash stores.

About Splash:

Headquartered in Dubai, Splash is Middle East’s largest fashion retailer and part of the Landmark Group, one of the biggest retail conglomerates in the Middle East, India and Africa. Founded in 1993 as a single brand store in Sharjah, Splash has grown to over 200 stores and 50 brand stores across 12 countries.

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