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Kaffe approaches spring with fresh colours & touch of denim
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Mar '09
Kaffe Clothing Company brings Spring 2009 collection. Entirely new is a wide selection of jeans that focuses on fit, exciting cuts and new pocket details. The desire to travel has never been bigger and the wish to explore and be inspired by other cultures is stronger than ever.

Exotic travels have also been the inspiration for Kaffe, so this season, the girl dressed in Kaffe clothing will be going on a journey of exploration to all four corners of the globe.

The Danish fashion brand, Kaffe, is ready with a spring collection consisting of three highly different themes that contain a plethora of choices, beautiful colours and new combination possibilities.

Ethnic Simplicity
The colonial era in India is the source of inspiration for Ethnic Simplicity. Fuchsia and shocking pink give new vibrancy to the safari look, while sand colours are given new depth combined with black. An ethnic inspired theme with lots of linen, pure cotton and natural materials with fresh colours, that vivaciously break the dark colours of winter.

Botanic Mood
The journey is now going to a beautiful European garden, where you become one with nature, and sense the tickling scent of newly blooming flowers and fresh grass. The colours are a mix of vivid coral red and lots of green nuances – from apple to grass.

That is the idea behind Botanic Mood. A romantic, feminine and colourful universe with an abundance of pretty flower prints. But at the same time casual and with a touch of eco-traveller.

Colonial Blues
Colonial Blues is the next stop on the extensive trip around the world. A theme inspired by Chinese and Dutch pottery, Japanese textile and Portuguese tiles. Blue, blue blues and lots of beautiful blue nuances. With the exception of a hint of fresh lemon green, the blue nuances are the only colours in Colonial Blues. Denim and indigo stripes underline the mood, while classic work clothing makes a comeback with traditional structures, bleached and faded denim, smock stitch, baggy pants and dresses.

Denim
The last stop of Kaffe's journey is Italy, which is the big focal point and source of inspiration for the development of jeans. This is where Kaffe's new jeans line for spring 2009 begins. The development of jeans within Kaffe is here to stay, and there is a definite focus on new shapes, details and, most importantly, a nice fit. Kaffe's jeans accentuate the female shape and throughout the collection we have worked on the diversity of the female body. The starting point has been the female silhouettes and varying widths, which makes for a broad variety of Kaffe jeans. This way the costumer will always be able to find a pair of jeans, that matches her wishes, style and needs.

Generally speaking, new colours with a touch of denim is the focal point of the entire casual spring collection from Kaffe.

The team behind Kaffe Clothing Company is an experienced and creative group of designers, sales people and buyers who are constantly monitoring the market and travelling to find inspiration and new trends. Not too early and not too late for the mainstream fashion consumer.

Kaffe Clothing Company


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