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Vicunha to show Latitude Zero denim line at Munich Fabric
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Jan '14
On the occasion of the upcoming Munich Fabric Start, Vicunha will present one of the highlights of the Vicunha Spring/Summer 2015 collection.

Vicunha brings to the market the exclusive Latitude Zero denim line, composed of several types of denims in different shades of blues.

The Latitude Zero line offers, in a Brazilian way, complete options catering to all the segments, shapes and washing treatments styles. From the average elasticity (comfort stretch) to the Super Power Stretch fabrics with special dyeing, the Latitude Zero items promise to conquer the national and international denim market!

The eight products, each one with a special hue of blue, guarantee awesome performances in washing treatments! Blue hues of rousing and bright aspect. In the universe of pure denim, the Duffy item brings a brighter and more saturate blue, while Letizia shows an intense, concentrated and deep ink blue.

Stretch varies between 25% and 55% in elasticity, the new denim attends all types of demands. Jéssica, Vivian, Glenn and Lea can be used in both women and menswear, in various shapes, while the Duffy, Arika, Letizia and Danusa premium are the ideal choice for tighter fits, providing a slimmer look and comfortable feel to skinny items.

An amazing feature of the new line, the ultrasoft feel these fabrics provide persists even if used to create a raw look, or after severe washing treatments, to create worn effects. They are more structured denims – weighing between 8.3 oz to 10.6 oz – the fabrics impress with their incredible softness.

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