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Guess launches stylish unisex intimates range

February 06, 2014 (Australia)

Featuring woven stripes, floral prints and lace detailing the ladies intimates collection for on-trend, statement-making style. Padded push-up bras, t-shirt bras, strapless bras are complimented by thongs and bikini bottoms offering a variety of designs to suit all styles.
 
Creating garments of the finest quality, the range makes use of soft microfiber, mesh / lace combinations and modal cotton elastane to ensure the perfect fit, ultimate comfort and longevity of each piece.
 
Differentiated by GUESS branded waistbands to warrant comfort and style, the men’s underwear line offers trunks and briefs in a variety of colours, as well as the traditional colours of grey, white and black, with added fashion detailing. Made from cotton elastane the underwear is available in singles, as well as in packs.
 
The new GUESS intimates range, as stylish and as fashionable as the clothing worn over it, hits stores on Thursday, 6 February.
 
About GUESS? Inc.
Established in 1981, GUESS began as a jeans company and has since successfully grown into a global  lifestyle brand. Today GUESS designs, markets and distributes full collections of women’s, men’s and children’s apparel as well as accessories. Throughout the years, the GUESS image has been portrayed in unforgettable, innovative campaigns that have made the brand a household name. 
 
GUESS is distributed throughout the United States and Canada in fine department and specialty stores, its retail and factory stores, and on its online store GUESS.com. GUESS has licensees and distributors in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East. 
 

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