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Coquette to show SS line at LA Fashion Week on Oct 17
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Oct '13
Canadian lingerie manufacturer Coquette International is scheduled to show their spring summer 2014 line on the runways at LA Fashion Week October 17.

During one of the final runway events next week in Los Angeles, Coquette prepares to dazzle the expected press and international buyers when they walk the catwalk as the finale show during, Fashion Minga, held at Exchange LA.

Fashion Minga began in 2009 and is an event that brings together designers and performers to celebrate the various components of fashion. The evening sees buyers from major department stores and boutiques, to national media outlets that showcase the event in their fashion week coverage.

Each designer brings along their fashions that are unique in comparison to the other designers walking the show. This ensures the event has fashion diversity and creates a well-rounded fashion experience for all those in attendance. Prior to each designer showcase, performers will be on stage to show off their talents and introduce the next show.

“This is our debut show at fashion week and we are extremely excited to have our designs go down the runway,” explained vice president of sales and marketing Marcus Horea. “We can't wait to see our models walk fashion week, and the performance that introduces Coquette is going to be quite spectacular.”

Not able to say at this time what the actual performance is, Horea did mention that the performers will be wearing Coquette apparel.

“Showing at LA Fashion Week is a testament to how far we have come as a lingerie company,” said national sales manager Dave George. “Our brand has grown exponentially, and it is only fitting that our lingerie be up there with the rest of the top designers.”

Coquette International

Coquette is an international distributor of lingerie and costumes founded in Canada. Since 1979, the company has delivered high quality collections that entail diversity of styles while captivating a realistic feminine appeal.

Coquette has become the largest manufacturer and wholesaler of lingerie in Canada and has expanded into the international market as a major distributor of intimate apparel, serving over 64 countries.

Coquette International

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