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Quicksilver Launches First Womens Street And Swimwear Collection

Quicksilver Launches First Womens Street And Swimwear Collection

Feeling Fine Since 69.


For the 50 year anniversary Quicksilver targets the smaller percentage of the surfer and skater community, realising: More and more confident and strong women are making the halfpipes and waves of this world unsafe, and are thoroughly mixing up the male-dominated scene. For Quicksilver a new era is breaking!

Over the last few decades, Quiksilver has played a major role in the looks of boardsports fashion and youth culture with bright colors and eye-catching all-over prints. The label stands for surfer-style and cool streetwear like no other brand, but Ronnie Reyes, Global Head of Design At Quiksilver, there is much more to it: "There has always been a strong connection between quiksilver and contemporary art. The designs show that we are eager to experiment, find our inspiration in even the most remote places in the world, and capture special moments with our creations. We stand for adventure - no matter whether man or woman! "QuiksilverWomens is therefore deliberately not launched as an independent brand, but added as an additional collection in the range. Many styles are unisex pieces and fit both men and women thanks to different cuts.

"Feeling Fine Since 69" - the new line of the Spring / Summer 2019 collection blends perfectly with casual beachwear and cool vintage looks to create the relaxed vibes of the coming season. Cheerful colors that look as if they have been bleached by the sun make you want to spend some hot summer days. Key styles include wide-cut camp shirts, classic denim shorts, cords and retro swimwear shorts. Psychedelic prints and washed-out vintage patterns pay homage to the roots of the label, which was founded in Australia.

The QuiksilverWomens collection will be available from 8 February 2019 exclusively on www.quiksilver.de and from selected trading partners.

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