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Coleman to concentrate on Arnotts collection

Designer puts lucrative deals on ice

17th April, 2016
Natalie B Coleman, the Monaghan-born fashion designer, has big plans for growth, targeting China

Designer Natalie B Coleman has put on hold lucrative deals with British high street retailers Asos and Anthropology to concentrate on an exclusive collection for Arnotts in Dublin, and growing her fashion business internationally this year.

The Arnotts range of 400 printed T-shirts, T-shirt dresses and sweatshirts brings Coleman’s signature ‘normcore’ style to the high street, with prices ranging from €44 to €150.

“Collaborations are really good for brand recognition, but they...

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