(Filed Under wholesale Loungewear News). Known for its focus on color, Cosabella is launching a spring 2010 sleep and loungewear collection that runs the gamut of shades; from pastels to bridal whites to the brand's signature brights. Retail prices run at $48 for camis; $77 for pants; $82 for sleep chemises; and $130 for robes at a size range of S through XL. The first delivery for spring—which includes seven groupings—will hit stores in February 2010.
The company described the Deana grouping as a “signature for spring” with a “delightful feather print in bright pink and white on supple pima cotton blended with micro modal.” The “flirty” grouping includes pieces embellished with white satin bows and stretch lace trim. Also of note is the Jamika grouping, which will hit stores for late spring, and includes a low rider thong; babydoll dress; camisole; full skirt; and pant in a bright watercolor print. Under sleepwear, the company called Trinny “a perfect sleepwear grouping for spring nights.” It consists of shorts; a long camisole with dropped waist; babydoll; and drawstring pants made from blended Italian cotton with eyelet embroidery edging in shades of chambray and white.
Other sleepwear and loungewear groupings for spring 2010 consist of Fiona; Alba; Sahara; Laila; and Deana.
Cosabella's merchandise can be found at bridge and upper-tier department stores including Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's, as well specialty boutiques nationwide. For further information, contact Shanon Kogler, PR coordinator, at Cosabella’s New York City showroom: (212) 213-3675 ext. 3, or e-mail her at Skogler-Ssgs@Cosabela.com.
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