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Fashion etailer Stanley Kane offer affordable street wear
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Nov '13
Part of a new wave of exciting, innovative fashion, Stanley Kane is a new online destination offering the latest affordable British street wear for the youth market.

The roots of the brand draw inspiration from the British Indie music scene; Stanley Kane epitomizes the synergy between fashion and music – the very essence of youth.

Newness is the cornerstone of the Stanley Kane brand with the product offer updating and evolving constantly, regardless of season, always focusing on trend.

The website will offer:
- Sweatshirts; Bold graphic prints, contrast paneling, placement embroidery’s, contrast patching.
- Chinos; Heavily laundered super skinny’s as well as cargo pocket super skinny.
-  Shirts; Acid wash over dye denim, printed denim including paisley and florals, brushed checks, contrast panel twills, herringbones and nep yarns.
-  Jeans; Super skinny stretch, skinny stretch and slim in selvedge rinse, vintage blues, blacks and greys as well as coloured garment dye.
-  Jackets; Western denim jackets in rinse, black, grey and vintage.

Compared to former years, young men have been relatively short on choice of late with a clearing out of old tired independent brands. However, the industry is now seeing an emergence of new, on-line only brands such as Stanley Kane, dedicated to offering more individual choice away from the mass market and consciously striving to search out the latest trend, so important to this market sector.

Retailing exclusively online, Stanley Kane offers a casualwear starting collection of 80 pieces across five categories aimed at young men aged 16-24 years of age. The new spring/summer collection will add to this considerably when launched in February 2014.

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