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The Sun Also Rises defines your individuality & style
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Nov '09
Popular activewear designer Linda Hipp and her company, LIJA, announce The Sun Also Rises collection is now available at country clubs, resorts and golf-specialty retailers throughout North America.

Showcasing a vibrant color palette highlighted by Spectra and Black, along with subtle tones of Ivory, Stone and Steel, The Sun Also Rises features an array of layering pieces, including polos, vests, pullovers, cardigans, skorts, capris and shorts. The collection's blend of runway styling and distinctive silhouettes is evident in the Dali print and contemporary plaid, while the Classic Wilder Cardigan is a great vintage piece for any golfer's wardrobe.

"Our aim is to create functional, fashionable pieces that can be worn from one activity to the next," says Hipp. "The Sun Also Rises caters to the lifestyles of active women, helping them define and characterize individuality and style."

Bearing "The Hipp Factor" designation, Linda Hipp's personal favorites are labeled with special hang tags. Among these are the variegated stripe pattern of the Classic Marcel Pullover and the bold Cubism Plaid Knee Short.

LIJA is available in finer retailers across North America, including Green Grass One accounts and world-renowned resorts and clubs like Kiawah Island, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Princess Anne Country Club, Seattle Tennis Club and Whistling Straits. The company's clothing is worn by scores of professional athletes worldwide, including rising tennis star Rebecca Marino and LPGA Tour player Leta Lindley, among others.

LIJA by Linda Hipp


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