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Pepe Jeans launches women's 'Brit Chic' collection
07
Nov '13
Go London, with a whirl winding and top notch collection from Pepe Jeans. Get the best of London with a fresh and creative take on high street fashion with the ‘Brit Chic’ Collection from the Pepe Jeans Autumn Winter’13 Womens Collection.

Get high on the spirits of avant-garde styles and fashion-forward womens trends straight from the streets of London that serves as an irresistible addition to your fashion conscious wardrobe.

From the pick and mix fash-pack looks of Shoreditch to the perfectly polished Bond Street parade, the London look continues to set the pace internationally for womens fashion.

Tipping its cap to this cross-capital clash of looks, the ‘Brit Chic’ Collection from the AW’13 Womens Collection makes a witty assessment of the hottest London trends.

Channelling a grunge aesthetic for today’s trend-literate customer, the ‘Brit Chic’ Collection has a young handwriting which is all about playing with proportion. Oversized graphic print T-shirts, slogan sweatshirts and plaid shirts are paired with skinny jeans to create a street wear inspired look.

Pepe Jeans London unveils exciting looks and themes every month as part of its Autumn Winter’13 Collection. With each range of  the latest Autumn Winter collection from Pepe Jeans, the brand introduces an array of trendy and stylish new designs and fabrics that are magnificently combined to create refined silhouettes; a colour palette that is diverse, and exciting this season.

About Pepe Jeans London:

Pepe Jeans London was established in the chic Portobello Road area of London in 1973. From its origins as a tiny market stall to more than half a US $billion dollar denim and casual wear brand, Pepe has transformed itself to one of the fastest growing casual wear labels in Europe. The brand today has presence in more than 80 countries across the world.

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