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SOL'S to launch 50 new textile & luggage designs
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Mar '09
In 2009, SOL'S will launch almost 50 new textile and luggage designs. There will be something for all styles, preferences, purposes and occasions! The SOL'S collection is always close to the expectations of advertisers and their teams, and can help them to realise all their objectives.

This year, 26 textile products will complement the SOL'S selection in all the product families.

Semi-combed cotton slub yarn and elastane full feeder cotton will complement our T-shirt range, in contemporary cuts for men and women.

There are two striking new additions to the polo range, whose textiles and cuts meet corporate criteria. This corporate range is also strengthened by the arrival of 4 100% cotton poplin long- and short-sleeved shirts for men and women.

This year, there are new sweatshirts for men, women and children which complement what is already a very comprehensive range: hooded or hoodless, with sleeves or sleeveless, with or without a zip, 280 or 320 flannel. Unisex styles are also available. The range of technical products will also be increased in 2009, with the launch of Softshell jackets. Softshell is a waterproof, breathable and supple material which provides absolute comfort.

RECORD, the new SOL'S unisex parka, is the perfect solution for those looking for warmth and comfort who do not want to compromise on style. These qualities can also be found in the REMIX parka and the TONIC wind-breaker.

Also in 2009, the catalogue highlights the TWIN range. These products come in masculine and feminine versions for a harmonious look in all situations. This range caters for the needs of advertisers who wish to reach both men and women.

The luggage range is also being extended in 2009: it will include around fifty designs for all styles and occasions, for use either during the day or at night.

This year, we are launching the LONDON collection, which includes chic, high fashion bowling bags and satchels of the highest quality. There will also be a new high-fashion range which includes SOHO, a trendy, supple, multi-purpose bag available in contemporary colours; VEGAS, a polyester bag with a shiny gold or silver laminate and BOWLING, a fashionable, vinyl-look bag. The corporate luggage selection is also complemented this year with conference folders, protective covers and laptop bags. This year is one of choice, colour and fashion at SOL'S. In 2009, SOL'S has an overall selection of close to 200 models which can be personalised.

150 colours are available, along with 4000 product references and 20 million items in stock which are available at any time in the 40 countries where the brand is distributed.

SOL'S is born of the will of one man, Alain Milgrom, a young entrepreneur who learned the ropes in packaging and fashion accessories and has travelled the world to discover other cultures. Following a meeting with a marketing director from a large European serviceindustry group and a famous American fashion designer, Alain Milgrom decided to look at a new advertising concept, offering businesses the opportunity to fly their company colours.

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