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LIJA by Linda Hipp debuts six vibrant collections for fall
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Feb '08
Popular women's apparel designer Linda Hipp and her company, LIJA, introduce six vibrant collections for Fall 2008 fusing sport, leisure and fashion with unique color stories, chic details and an expanded range of outerwear across more than 200 pieces.

The line's golf and sportswear collections – Soul Searching, Born to be Blue, Turn it Loose, Love Overdue and All My Tomorrows – showcase rich tones that are both soft and sporty, tech-specific styles that offer warmth without bulkiness, and an unequaled attention to detail in quilted fabrics and faux fur trims.

The sixth collection, LIJA's luxurious cotton-based Life of Leisure, returns with casual styles that extend well beyond the course in shades of parfait, port and white. Featuring t-shirts, vests, jackets, shorts and capris, this group provides women with ultimate comfort during their leisure pursuits.

“Our Fall 2008 collections transcend all aspects of the modern woman's active lifestyle,” says Hipp, principal designer and founder. “This year, we've used an expanded color palette and subtle prints to create clothing and accessories that suit a variety of personalities, from athletic to feminine to sophisticated.”

Highlighting LIJA's expanded outerwear offerings are the Caliber Pinnacle Jacket, Windchill Bossman Vest and Primaloft Go-getter Jacket. Essentials for every woman's closet, these styles feature the line's newest technical fabrics which are lightweight, water repellant, wind resistant and breathable.


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