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Geox clothing collection FW 2009-10
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Jun '09
Geox SpA launches Geox clothing - collection FW 2009-10.

THE GEOX WOMAN
Geox focuses on details, colours and strong materials in soft shapes for up-to-the-minute, trendy looks for sophisticated women who are managers of themselves and their families. These are items of clothing to be flaunted every day no matter what the occasion.

The short, rugged leather jacket is clearly reminiscent of the biker style, with front fastening, mini breast-pockets and tone-on-tone topstitching. Available in two versions: in dark brown with a supersoft fur collar for a more sophisticated appearance or totally black without a trim for a dandy look.

The ultra-shiny futuristic jackets have an under glass effect and are embellished with eccentric oblique fastenings, zips on sleeves and are belted around the waist. Available in indigo, cocoa and black metallic shades.

A refined style for nylon down jackets flaunting fashionable colours from bright red to indigo blue through to the whitest shades of white. There are numerous versions: a practical short down jacket to be worn every day, a gilet for the trendier woman and a long version for evenings and cooler days.

Coats are elegant and versatile in woollen cloth and become a precious item in the women's wardrobe. Presented in a double-breasted version with metal buttons or in a more casual version with zip fastening, this timeless item is one of the trends for FW 2009-2010.

Knitwear and trousers are constantly being added to in the Geox women's collection and the moods are those dictated by catwalks worldwide. Woollens in soft wool with geometric designs in grey, black, indigo and purple for woollens and trousers in denim or Prince of Wales check feature in the Geox woman's fall-winter 2009-2010 wardrobe.

THE GEOX MAN
Geox also breathes new life into the men's wardrobe with new total looks that are rich in details: the man can – and must – choose his mood from amongst what is on offer in the new winter collection from Geox.

Elegantly and soberly cut single or double-breasted coats in warm woollen cloth are at times short and hooded for a more casual, street look and sometimes with a gilet for a more “on purpose” aristocratic look. Colours are clean, rigorous, almost icy: tones range from lead-grey to warmer blue.

There are numerous down jackets to choose from in different versions according to use: in shiny, iridescent nylon in brown and blue for a more care-free and cheeky look and in opaque nylon in natural tones for a more serious, stern appearance.

As in the women's collection, the men's collection also features a leather jacket, in dark brown with a soft fur collar and large pockets.

The men's wardrobe is also expanded with new items: woollens are coloured and enhanced with designs and stripes, shirts are classic with button-down collars in neutral hues.

THE GEOX CHILD
Proposals for babies and juniors satisfy the needs of the various age ranges. Trousers, jeans, shirts, sweaters, jackets and so much more: nothing else is needed to create a look that is more fun or more chic.


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