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Topman jerseywear supports Fairtrade Fortnight
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Feb '11
Topman launch a capsule collection in support of Fairtrade fortnight. As part of Fairtrade cotton's 5 year anniversary, Topman have designed a nine piece jersey collection incorporating a full range of Men's garments.

'We are really pleased that Topman is supporting Fairtrade fortnight with their fashionable range of Menswear. It demonstrates some of the many innovative ways in which Fairtrade certified cotton can be used.'Victoria Waugh, Non Food Business Development Manager, The Fairtrade Foundation.

The collection itself consists of three pieces of long sleeve leisurewear including a grey marl sweatshirt with ribbed shoulder panel insert, a slim fitting navy and grey cut and sew fairisle cardigan and a grey marl hooded sweat with contrast button detail.

To compliment these options, there is also matching tracksuit bottoms available in light grey jersey with contrast knee patches and navy jacquard. The range is finished with two styles of t-shirt, a black geo print crew neck and a blue marl print option and accessorized with a navy and tan snood and grey marl jersey rucksack.

The collection will be available from selected stores and on line at topman.com from February 28.

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