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Neve Designs goes global with 2014/2015 winter collection
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Jan '14
With new colors, patterns and manufacturing locations, Neve Designs has unveiled their globally inspired 2014 Fall/2015 Winter Collection.

Reflecting the heritage, art and color of the world, the 2014/2015 collection includes design elements such as Scottish tartans, traditional Nordic prints and the vivid hues of the Asian tropics.

Neve’s women’s collections include fashion conscious outerwear for work or play, vibrant sport sweaters in performance blends, timeless pieces with elegant colors and patterns, accessories and a mid-layer collection that includes stunning sublimated prints and new pieces from Neve’s popular Vintage Collection.

“With this collection, Neve has completed the layering process,” said Neve Marketing Director, Jennifer Tille. “From base layers, to outerwear, to a wide variety of accessories, Neve offers unique pieces that are a vibrant reflection of the modern mountain lifestyle. Dressed up or down, the Neve brand offers something for everyone and for every occasion.”

Known for classic patterns and timeless silhouettes, the Classics Collection expands its focus for 2014/2015 with the inclusion of seven Made in Europe pieces. Constructed of 100% ultra-fine Merino wool, these pieces offer the Neve customer, young, on-trend and fashion-forward options for updating their wardrobes.

Expanding on the success of last year’s inaugural women’s outerwear collection, Neve is introducing a line of men’s outerwear for 2014/2015. Blending performance and comfort, the collection is composed of crossover pieces that can be worn from fall to spring.

Lightweight, breathable and wind resistant, the collection incorporates quilted designs from classic knits, masculine colors and an urban vibe, to create truly unique pieces that bridge the gap between functional jacket and accessory.

About Neve     

Neve Designs creates lifestyle and sportswear apparel for men and women who value quality, performance and superb craftsmanship. Combining European influences with classic American style, Neve’s inspired use of pattern and color has garnered the brand a cult following among fashion aficionados around the world.

Committed to using high-quality, sustainable fibers, Neve’s ultra-fine merino wool, silk, down and cotton apparel and accessories are designed and built to serve the wearer in style and comfort for years.

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