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IGIGI debuts runway inspired glamorous line 'Urban Jungle'
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Aug '14
A runway-inspired collection of dresses and separates make up the new Urban Jungle collection by IGIGI. Envisioned from the intersection of urban city life and wild prints, Urban Jungle is a beautifully meshed concoction of sexy and glamorous pieces for the city girl with a playful flair. Geometric and animal prints find life in smartly designed dresses to fit and flatter the curvy figure.

“Urban Jungle is for the bold and stylish urban woman on the go with a zest for outstanding prints. We wanted to tap into our customers’ inner animal and help them express their style in prints that communicate their passion for life,” says the IGIGI design team.

Designed and made in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, Urban Jungle features simple and clean lines. The new Dominique Wrap Dress in four color/print combinations, the geometric print Morgan Dress in Downtown Dot, and the Selby Dress in Concrete Cheetah in an all over animal print stand out as the collection highlights.

Sassy separates Mindy, Rosa, and Marley Tops will pair nicely with the Melissa Pants and the Olivia Skirt for chic and comfortable looks. Urban Jungle also includes new editions of the label’s best-selling Francesca Dress in Ruby Deco and Mocha Leopard prints.

Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, IGIGI was founded in 2000 with a mission to transform the world’s view of beauty by providing full-figured women with fashion-forward, quality, and well-fitting clothes that would help express their beauty. Collections are designed in-house and produced locally through independent San Francisco Bay Area contractors.

IGIGI has been featured in major fashion and life style magazines including In Style, Marie Claire, The Oprah Magazine, People StyleWatch, Ladies’ Home Journal, Glamour, and Essence, and it has been a favorite among curvy celebrities like Kim Coles, KayCee Stroh, Jill Scott, Kelly Price, Ashley Fink, Martha Wash, and Gabourey Sidibe.

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