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G Design unveils sporty & classic women's skirts line
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May '14
The G DESIGN 2015 Spring/Summer skirt collection combines classic looks with sporty elements. Subdued, elegant styles add variety. A full-circle skirt with a graphic, multi-coloured print and a black elasticated waist adds playful accents. A maxi skirt with an allover snake print in a flowing fabric and pleated gathers – with a sporty twist thanks to an elasticated waist in neon pink and beige – rounds off the G DESIGN skirt collection.
 
“The G DESIGN 2015 Spring/Summer skirt collection is playfully sporty. Contrasting with this are key sophisticated styles in black & white – either in flowing or technical fabrics. We look to zipper details and rivets and put a casual slant on skirts with stretch inserts.” Marc-Alexander Kofler, Brand Director G DESIGN.
 
Skinny pencil skirts and playful, full-circle skirts are contrasted with casual and sophisticated styles. Maxi skirts also move into the foreground in Summer 2015. 
 
Summery nude tones add feminine accents. As a counterweight the colour duo black & white sets the tone in the G DESIGN skirt collection.
 
Black and White! Pencil skirts look tight while full-circle skirts in black and a contrasting black & white colour combo look swingy. Flowing fabrics are given a modern twist with pleated inserts. A full-circle skirt with cut-outs in black imitation leather on a white background complements the black & white colour theme.
 
Details! Flounces and gathers underline the femininity of the G DESIGN skirt collection. Details like zippers and rivets in gold or silver give the skirts a special look. A faux leather, nude-tone skirt with a front zipper insert is given a casual twist with back pockets. Cutouts with contrasting 3D effects create interesting looks.
 

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