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|Posted by:||Nov 16th 2004, 09:31:09 am|
|smitty||And your point is??|
|Posted by:||Nov 15th 2004, 12:42:22 pm|
|Fig Tree News Team||Readers write:
What Lands' End should have written:
"We turned color up another notch in "Harbour Island."
Hot, saturated hues such as coral, turquoise and fuchsia are reminiscent of afternoons spent boarding up houses on a tropical beach, bringing in outdoor furniture and preparing for evacuation. Multi-colored patterns, paisleys and stripes are bold statements on sleeveless shirts, blouses and halter-style tops. Worn casually with rolled sleeves, the "Harbour Island" wardrobe conveys the relaxed feel of a walk through a devastated harbor town without electricity or water ... why hurry, it won't bring power back ... or a sunset stroll with the kids to see the remains of your yacht in the crystal clear water of the harbour."
|Posted by:||Nov 8th 2004, 05:30:15 pm|
|Fig Tree News Team||Lands' End Introduces the Spring/Summer 2005 Collection
Friday November 5
- Three new looks offer a host of styles for the entire family -
NEW YORK, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Picture the shores of Cape Cod, a father and son playing croquet in Palm Springs or a sunset stroll with your kids in the Bahamas. These family images are the inspiration for the Lands' End Spring/Summer 2005 Collection launched today at a private editor event at Studio 450 in New York City.
"At Lands' End we're inspired by certain moods or themes, whether it's from personal family experience, an image in a National Geographic magazine or perhaps a moment during a trip," said Sid Mashburn, senior vice president of design for Lands' End. "This season you'll see three style themes inspired by Cape Cod, Palm Springs and the Bahamas throughout our collections. While we always like fresh, vibrant colors, this spring and summer Lands' End has great new patterns and silhouettes. We think our new pieces match our customers' casual, family lifestyle. And each item -- every stitch, every button -- retains the Lands' End hallmark of quality and durability."
A World of Style
"Out of the Blue," "Palm Springs" and "Harbour Island" are unique looks that can be mixed, matched and worn for more than one season.
"Out of the Blue" is the perfect wardrobe to help families make the transition from winter into spring. Inspired by Lands' End's nautical roots as a sailboat equipment merchant, "Out of the Blue" conveys the feeling of a New England vacation destination. Shades of blue with touches of red, green and orange are accented by crisp white, khaki and grey. Stripes in alternating, primary colors dominate the patterns with an occasional small- scale print. Key items, including a new cotton Drifter(TM) sweater, polos, trench coats and button-down shirts, are layered for a casual, yet clean look reminiscent of family vacations on New England shores.
Our "Palm Springs" look takes the classic, preppy California resort style of the 1960s and updates it for today's families. Bright pastels, preppy pinks and greens and complex patterns mix with a touch of modern for the look of a casual day on the golf course. Key pieces include three-quarter-sleeve blouses for women, bold paisley shirts for men, Madras patchwork fabric jackets and pants, grosgrain belts, scarves and teak patio furniture for the home.
We turned color up another notch in "Harbour Island." Hot, saturated hues such as coral, turquoise and fuchsia are reminiscent of afternoons collecting seashells on a tropical beach. Multi-colored patterns, paisleys and stripes are bold statements on sleeveless shirts, blouses and halter-style tops. Worn casually with rolled sleeves, the "Harbour Island" wardrobe conveys the relaxed feel of a walk through a harbor town or a sunset stroll with the kids.
Count on Lands' End
Believe it or not, Lands' End was one of the first catalog apparel companies in America to provide customers with an 800 toll-free number, and that tradition carries on today with our staff of more than 2,500 customer service representatives who are on call to make shopping fun and easy for your family.
Whether it is through millions of catalogs we ship each year, our state- of-the-art web site, our Sears Full Line Store offerings or by calling 1-800- 356-4444, Lands' End is like shopping with a good friend -- warm, helpful, real and accessible. Customer service representatives are available 24 hours a day, 364 days a year.
All Lands' End items are unconditionally, Guaranteed.Period.® If at any time a customer is not happy with a Lands' End product, they can return it for the full purchase price, for credit or exchange.
About Lands' End
Established in 1963, Lands' End®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears, Roebuck and Co., is a direct merchant of traditionally styled, classic clothing offered to customers around the world through regular mailings of its catalogs and online at http://www.landsend.com . A selection of Lands' End Best Sellers also is available at selected Sears® stores. Lands' End offers a complete line of clothing for women, men, children and infants, as well as a collection of fine-quality goods for the home.
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