Wildfox Tees Now in!

Wildfox tees are now in they are a light fun cheeky style of loose fitting colourful tees. The story of Wildfox the brand is attached below and makes interesting reading.


“She is the Native heart, she is all neon light, she is a love child; she is a WILDFOX.” WILDFOX COUTURE is an American Vintage-inspired women’s knitwear brand. Combining great style and unsurpassed quality, Wildfox has quickly gained a following amongst celebrities, trendsetters and top retailers worldwide. Childhood friends Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon are the creative force behind Wildfox. Inspired by sleepovers, beautiful books, fairies, dreams, vintage t-shirts and their friendship, the young designers gave birth to a brand based on love and having fun! Things had gotten too serious in the world of fashion, and it was time for a change. They created their t-shirts for every person, soft, baggy, bright and fun. Together with musician Jimmy Sommers as CEO and President of Wildfox, the brand was officially established in Los Angeles in 2006. Today, the girls spend their time visiting vintage shops and working out of their Silverlake-area design studio – where they sew their hearts on their sleeves and spread peace and love through design. Popular amongst the celebrity set for its great cuts and unique designs, the line has progressed into tanks, sweatshirts, leggings, dresses, denim – in it’s second season, and the most recently added ‘White Label’ sweater collection – which will also be making its debut for Fall 2010. With continued growth and success of the Women’s line, a new kids division called LITTLEFOX hit stores in Fall 2009. The LA-made brand is available at better retail boutiques nationwide including Kitson, Singer 22 and Planet Blue, along with select department stores such as Bloomingdale’s. Internationally, Wildfox Couture is distributed in over 30 countries worldwide including the U.K., Germany, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Russia and Taiwan and can be found in such stores as Harvey Nichol’s, Selfridges and Queen for a Day.


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