The North Face Nuptse Will Keep You Warm With Style, Says Webtogs

As the nights draw in and the temperature drops it’s time to turn to the comfort and warmth of down and Webtogs’ regular best seller, the classic North Face Nuptse jacket. A classic for a reason, the North Face Nuptse has the style to look good on or off the mountain but doesn’t compromise when it comes to performance.

Using high lofting 700 Fill Power down and a sewn through construction the Nuptse delivers the warmth needed for cold dry days or sitting round an evening camp fire while compressing small enough to fit in any pack. Designed to be versatile the Nuptse is zip-in compatible offering the option to add extra insulation with a fleece from the extensive North Face range.

The North Face Nuptse jacket uses a mix of miniripstop and plain weave 50D fabrics with double layer taffeta on the shoulders for added protection when carrying a pack. On the inside a soft touch lining gives a reassuringly gentle and warm feel from first touch even on T shirted arms. With a straight cut the Nuptse goes on easily over mid and base layers without looking excessively bulky but is equally at home in the high street on a cold winter day. With a choice of five colours for men and four for women Webtogs offer one of the all-time classics in a range fit for every purpose and occasion.

The North Face Nuptse is designed for comfort with an easily adjustable hem cinchcord and nice chunky Velcro cuff adjusters to keep the draughts out whilst a pair of zipped pockets provide refuge for hands when the wind starts to blow. Finished with a DWR coating the Nuptse can shrug off rain and snow long enough for the wearer to find shelter but can be quickly compressed into its own internal pockets if the need arises. For real emergencies the Nuptse also has a taffeta hood that can be pulled up for added wind protection.

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House of Fraser Launches Dickins & Jones Launches Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection Online

House of Fraser has announced the launch of the new Dickins & Jones fashion label debut collection for autumn/winter 10, which is being made available exclusively online.

A quirky but quintessentially British brand, the Dickins & Jones name was inspired by the much-loved Dickins & Jones department store. The flagship store which was based on London’s Regent Street was bought by House of Fraser in 1959 and closed its doors in 2006.

Dickins & Jones has launched its new autumn/winter 2010 collection through the House of Fraser website. The debut collection comprises colourful clothing which offers a relaxed approach to dressing. Customers can shop online and purchase bright colours and contemporary printed clothing that is integral to the range. Simple shapes and feminine detailing is at the heart of the Dickins & Jones Clothing designs. Texture is a key feature of the autumn 10 collection with attention to detail seen in the form of vintage-style buttons and intricate ribbon trims.

Familiar and reassuring, the Dickins & Jones label aims to appeal to the discerning female who has her own sense of style. Looking good is important to the Dickins & Jones woman but she’s not a slave to fashion trends. With the emphasis on quality and comfort the collection exudes quiet confidence. The clothing range enables busy women to effortlessly build the perfect outfit for almost any occasion – from a dinner party, to lunch with the ladies or even an ‘oh so elegant’ supermarket dash.

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Displaysense Aims To Arm Small Businesses Against Government Cutbacks

Displaysense has announced that it is supplying a new range of affordable clothes streamers to assist independent fashion retailers in the wake of the latest round of government cutback for small and medium enterprises (SME).

As the government starts to squeeze spending across the nation’s services and industries, the initial optimism of a rosy post-recession economy has started to once again take on a dreary, grey outlook of austere, frugal consumer spending that could threaten the existence of smaller businesses.

Displaysense has taken steps to help these independent stores by offering a range of cost effective products that help promote retailers merchandise without breaking the bank. The flagship product range of this new drive is a selection of garment steamers from Fridja.

Coming in at under £100, these brightly coloured, user friendly clothes steamers are proving a big success with those looking for all of the benefits of a high capacity steamer without having to remortgage their house or sell a kidney on the black market. Already securing interest across the fashion industry, the Fidja steamers represent the opening salvo of a counter attack mentality that Displaysense are mounting on the severe spending cuts imposed on the country.

Continuing to source high quality, low cost products is a top priority for the UK based display company who believe that businesses should be able to look their best no matter how tight the margins. Designed to be a much quicker and cleaner alternative to traditional ironing practices, these low cost, high performing steamers from Fridja are already being championed by major brands such as Pepe and Sienna Millers Twenty8Twelve thanks to their eye catching colours and user friendly design that allows clothes to be steamed whilst still on their coat hangers.

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