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LIJA by Linda Hipp 'Twilight in Italy' collection arrives
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Jul '09
Popular activewear designer Linda Hipp and her company, LIJA, announce the Twilight in Italy collection is now available at country clubs, resorts and golf-specialty retailers throughout North America, as well as online.

Highlighted by subtle tones of Desert, Cocoa and Ivory, along with pops of color like Zeal, Twilight in Italy features the new modern Frida print and a variety of tech pique polos. The tops, vests, jackets, pullovers, cardigans, skorts, shorts and pants combine to offer simple linear designs that create a complete, balanced look.

"Our aim is to craft functional, fashionable pieces that can be worn from one activity to the next," says Hipp. "Twilight in Italy caters to the lifestyles of active women, helping them exude their own individuality and style."

Bearing "The Hipp Factor" designation, Linda Hipp's personal favorites are highlighted by special hang tags. Among these is the ultra-feminine Glossy Victoria Skort with bold and sassy three-tiered styling. Other key items are the Classic Wilder Cardigan -- boasting the "contemporary boyfriend" fit -- and the Modo Oxford Polo.

Twilight in Italy is the second of LIJA's fall offerings. Garden of Eden premiered earlier this year and The Sun Also Rises will ship November 1.

LIJA is a staple in finer golf and non-golf retailers across North America, including world-renowned resorts and clubs like Riviera, Kiawah Island, The Greenbrier and Whistling Straits. It's worn by scores of women golf professionals worldwide, including LPGA Tour star Leta Lindley, the 2008 LIJA Tour Style Leaders Grand Prize winner.

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