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New Autumn/Winter '08 catalogue from Glenmuir
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The new Autumn/Winter '08 catalogue from Glenmuir, one of Europe's leading golf apparel brands, is packed with stylish, high-quality clothing perfect for fair weather or foul.

The collection builds on the success of the Lanark, Scotland-based company's hugely popular Spring/Summer '08 collection, which achieved Glenmuir's best-ever sell-in.

Fashion, styling, colour and performance are at the heart of the Autumn/Winter '08 product range development, with three brand new contemporary colour palettes – 'Elements', 'Fairway' and 'Caffe Latte' – setting the mood for the exciting collections.

Elements features deep reds, black, greys and ochre; Fairway uses vibrant kiwi and citrus green combined with sand, linen, black and greys; while Caffe Latte co-ordinates creams and coffee with navy and pale pinks.

The carefully-selected colour schemes appear throughout the collection of more than 140 different products for men, lady and junior golfers – with almost a quarter of the designs being brand new for the Autumn/Winter '08 season.

Glenmuir is bringing its distinctive 1891 logo to the fore across its entire Men's and Ladies' ranges, with the logo appearing prominently on products and on new swing labels and packaging.

The Autumn/Winter '08 flagship '1891 by Glenmuir' collection features co-ordinating luxury mercerised cotton shirts, Merino, Pima, Supima, Lamora and cashmere knitwear to create a collection that epitomises style andquality.


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