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Little White Lies launches A/W 2014 collection on Lipsy
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Sep '14
After creating ripples with their debut appearance at the UK’s trade fashion buying event PURE London, the British clothing brand Little White Lies has recently launched its Autumn/Winter 2014 collection on the partywear purveyor Lipsy.

The 18-piece range includes a cobalt blue faux fur jacket named Furbaby, a 1960s inspired white lace number, the Zoey pintuck blouse, a collared smock dress, a sheer sleeve top and the black sequined dress Lola.

The line also features a pair of crepe pants, a rose motif dress, dungarees, a velvet coat, a playsuit, a black blazer and a button down shirt.

Founded in 2012, headquartered in London, the Little White Lies apparels are known for their vintage mixed contemporary silhouette based designs. The company’s seasonal collections, which include clothing for casual as well as special occasions, are designed by the in-house team.

The label opened nearly 50 new accounts in the August, 2014, instalment of Pure London, which showcased some 800 womenswear, footwear, accessory and young fashion brands.

Established in 1988, the London-based young fashion clothier Lipsy offers more than 40 high-street and celebrity fashion endorsed labels. The company houses collections from celebs like the English television actress Michelle Keegan and the American reality television stars Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian. (PB)

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