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Pepe Jeans unveils women's AW 'Urban Night collection'
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Dec '13
Adding to the covetable party season looks Pepe Jeans unveils its ‘Urban Night Collection’ from its Autumn Winter’13 Women’s Collection just in time for the end of year soirees that are filling our calendar.

Urban Nights collection from Pepe Jeans is imbibed with a fashion-forward rock-chic personality designed to set any dance-floor on fire. Fluid fabrics, edgy graphics and detailed embellishments combine to create a sexy pencil-thin look with a rock-all-night swagger.

Pepe Jeans London’s Urban Nights collection introduces a languid set of silhouettes designed to make a sophisticated stable-mate to the season’s essential denims.

Pepe Jeans rich autumnal palette of deep clarets, intense teals and sumptuous toffee browns provide the backdrop for this season’s line-up of cutting-edge, texture-rich trend story which pairs chunky knits with intarsia patterns, stripes, rich plaids, soft sateen’s and fine corduroys.

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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