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PinkKiwi unveils anti-UV polyester clothing
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Mar '14
Emerging from Arizona, USA, PinkKiwi has successfully developed anti-UV polyester clothing to protect skin and all its beauty. The patenting behind the light weight material has extraordinary fabrics that give comfort, protection from the sun rays and especially a new style to wardrobe. 
 
Recently launched, PinkKiwi's inevitable expansion is already underway. "Technology is rapidly changing everyday, and so are the way we dress. The technology in PinkKiwi is truly revolutionized and I am impressed that such technology has brought everyday consumers the safety and satisfying style they desire. The technology behind PinkKiwi has definitely upgraded the fashion industry." Says the Spokesman of PinkKiwi
 
The development of high industrial fabrics has transformed fashion to a much safer approach. PinkKiwi's research and development team has successfully reformed the way technology is used within the material. Every string of fabric has it's own unique function within the stitching pattern and design of PinkKiwi clothing. 
 
PinkKiwi is encompassed with a greater bond of material that allow the fabrics to block up to 99% of UV rays, compared to original material of clothing. PinkKiwi specially patented sunscreen coating allows the consumer to feel comfort and satisfaction from the breathable light weight material that is durable for any occasion. 
 
With new fashion technology protecting your skin and beauty, PinkKiwi offers more than just a clothing line but a smart way to dress to impress for every day wear. UV ray proof, light weight comfort and washable durability PinkKiwi has passion that cares about ones fashion.

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