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Glenmuir new Ladies' Collection for S/S 2008
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Feb '08
Glenmuir has launched a larger-than-ever new Ladies' Collection for Spring/Summer 2008, maintaining the momentum of its fastest growing product category.

The Ladies' Collection co-ordinates luxury cotton polo shirts and knitwear with performance shirts, fleeces, luxury lambswool, merino and cashmere knitwear, wind shirts, waterproofs, trousers, shorts, headwear and socks.

The expanded collection features three brand new stylish and modern colour palettes – Freshwater (cool blues, white & khaki); Tropical (vibrant greens, fuschia & black); Sunset Beach (cool yellow, deeper blues and white).

At the forefront of the collection are five new Ladies' Performance Shirts – Lilly, Megan, Izzy, Jane and Cara – which feature the renowned Hi-Cool ® Moisture Management System.

All shirts are manufactured from 70% cotton and 30% polyester jersey in a shaped fit to maximise fabric performance and comfort.

The designs, in sizes XS-XL, include cool and contemporary colours with contrast panels and patterns and all feature the prestigious Glenmuir woven label on the left side seam.

The Hi-Cool Moisture Management System quickly draws moisture away from the body and into the fabric but boasts phenomenal quick-dry wicking properties, so the shirts are comfortable and cool and always look smart.

The short-sleeved Lilly and sleeveless Megan both incorporate a printed pattern either on the body or as side panels and can be turned into a complete on-course outfit with the addition of Frances – a new A-line skort in matching white, paradise blue, fuschia and navy colour schemes.

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