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Eva Mendes designs Spring15 line for New York and Company
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Mar '15
Women’s workwear retailer New York and Company has roped in American actress Eva Mendes to design its spring 2015 collection inspired from the iconic styles of 1940s, 50s and 60s.

Replete with a modern twist, the range includes vintage inspired statement pieces created in classic silhouettes that can easily transition from sophisticated officewear to glamorous eveningwear.

While speaking about the line, the 41-year-old said in a press statement, “I hope that my line makes women feel good. It’s really about finding what works for you and making something easy. I love that my new spring collection makes getting dressed easy.”

In addition to stylish everydaywear ensembles like blouses, skirts and dresses in sizes 0 to 8, the Eva Mendes Collection also includes shoes and bridal partywear pieces.

The range is currently available for sale at New York and Company website and stores across the country as well as six specialty Eva Mendes boutiques located in Willowbrook (New Jersey), Shops at La Cantera (Texas), Broward (Florida), Coronado Center (New Mexico), and Valencia Town Center and Plaza Bonita in California.

Apart from designing the pieces, the actress has also fronted the campaign, which has been shot in various iconic New York locations, for the collection. (PB)

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