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Coquette debuts edgier designs infused Kissable line

July 22, 2014 (Canada)

From its cute and flirty past, to revving up the naughty, Coquette's boxed line is racier than ever.
 
This year the line has transformed itself with edgier designs for 2015 that will be accompanied with new packaging. The styles themselves have more cutouts and fishnet detailing, creating show stopping looks. With the inclusion of more stretch knit dresses in this collection, the Kissable line stays true to its one size, one size XL standards, while adding more to its risque factor. The packaging with the new styles will be black with more editorialized media shots inspired by a retro 70's motel.
 
“We wanted to spice up our Kissable line this season with pieces and images that create a scene,” said senior designer Elaine Carson. “The styles make a big statement, and the way we are photographing them also conveys a more dramatic appeal than we have presented in the past.”
 
Transitioning the line from the simple white backgrounds to a moodier, more scandalous collection, Kissable will now appear edgier with its facelift. This year the silhouettes are more fitted and many of the items are seamless. From the dresses to teddies, this line's strappy appeal will have Coquette fans wanting them all. Several of the pieces have color options, including bright magentas, greens, blues and yellows. 
 
“This is the first time we have offered different colors for individual styles in our Kissable line,” said national sales manager Dave George. “Bright fluorescent shades are extremely trendy right now, and it was an obvious idea to have those styles available with a few color options.”
 

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