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'Get Gorgeous' gets Taylor Dresses
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Taylor Dresses, a division of Danny and Nicole, an international women's apparel firm with a portfolio of diverse, branded and private label women's collections, announced a long-term, multiple appearance deal with QVC-UK. The deal marks Taylor Dresses first-ever appearance on QVC-UK, introducing the successful line of contemporary dresses to consumers in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

The QVC-UK network has booked Barbara Phillips, Taylor Dresses spokesperson during the popular 'Get Gorgeous' weekend for two appearances beginning on November 21, 2010 and continuing into 2011. QVC is the UK's largest TV shopping channel broadcasting 24 hours a day - of which 17 are live - 364 days a year to over 23 million homes in the UK. QVC offers a diverse range of products across all categories including; beauty, apparel, jewellery, home innovation and home style.

“Taylor Dresses offer fun, contemporary and edgy designs for today's fabulous women all over the world,” said Phillip Gaynor, CEO of the Danny and Nicole Group. “We are thrilled to be a part of QVC-UK's effort to showcase amazing quality products to their consumers in Europe.”

The QVC-UK appearances by Taylor Dresses are part of the firm's coordinated business expansion into Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East with multi-brand category expansion to include the signing of valued licensee partners.

Taylor Dresses is a division of Siouni and Zarr Corporation (DBA Danny and Nicole), is a privately-held international apparel firm with a portfolio of diverse, branded and private label women's apparel collections. Product is distributed through multi-tiered retail channels ranging from moderate classic through contemporary.

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