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AMB Designer unveils leopard design collection
Sep '13
Leopard is back! Leopard has proven to be a print with many lives, and if London Fashion Week is any indication, we will be seeing it everywhere through spring. From Glamour’s coverage of LFW: “Hold on to your leopard print (or make this an excuse to shop for more) because the graphic is major if the British have anything to say about it.”

AMB Boutique has mastered the leopard print in a crazy wide variety of colors, from faded to high contrast to mixed leopard, with plenty to choose from and unveiled a leopard design line. AMB Designer and Creative Director Ana Maria Bartley said, “I love experimenting with leopard print on our sheer tops, and recent sales are proof that this print is far from extinct.”

Check out Leopard Silky 3/4 Sleeve Top (available in three colors), Shibori Spot on Crew Neck Sheer Top (available in four colors), Black Leopard Cuffs Sheer Top (available in five colors), Cheetah Safari Seamless Tank Top (available in three colors), Parisian Leopard Raw Edge Sheer Top (available in five colors), Faded Safari Crew Neck Sheer Top (available in two colors), and the Leopard Crew Neck Sheer Top (available in four colors).

About AMB Boutique:
AMB Boutique is the contemporary line of AMB Designs, founded in 2003 by Chilean designer and creative director Ana Maria Bartley. Combining her artistic background with a keen eye for business, Ana brought the original sheer tops to the US dance apparel market which quickly became a staple in the dance world. 

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