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New cool school prep

(The Philippine Star) - August 26, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - American-based kids’ brand, PS from Aéropostale presents brand new pieces for the cool, young boys and fashionista girls.

The collection kicks off with a hearts-inspired line for girls and a road trip-inspired line for boys. Romantic reds, navy, and all different shades of pink form the main color palette of this sweet, playful collection with sparkly explosions of hearts and catchy greetings. For the cool boys, a selection of weekender jackets, mineral wash crew tees, and urban joggers make the perfect traveling wardrobe for every outdoor adventure.

Part of the collection is all about new-school prep. The line features varsity jackets for boys and girls, classic polos, pleated skirts, and chinos in updated pastel colors and shades. Schoolyard fashion never looked so fresh.

A softer, romantic, bohemian line for girls, and a California beach-inspired line for boys are some of the style inspirations. Nothing captures the essence of spring like this girl’s line that offers flowy dresses, light cardigans, soft, pretty plaids, and this year’s hottest floral prints. The boy’s section gets an equally crisp and clean look, with coastal and navy-inspired images and prints.

In the Philippines, PS from Aéropostale is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., a member of SSI Group, Inc., and is located at UP Town Center Katipunan and Estancia at Capitol Commons.  Visit www.ssilife.com.ph for more information.

 

Photos by Philip Dizon

Makeup and hair styling by Allen Rosales

Styling by Rachelle Que

Models: Raquel and Rocio Trillo

Sabie and Tiago Montenegro

Gabbi and Gerri Estrada

ALLEN ROSALES ATILDE CAPITOL COMMONS GABBI AND GERRI ESTRADA IN THE PHILIPPINES PHILIP DIZON RACHELLE QUE RAQUEL AND ROCIO TRILLO SABIE AND TIAGO MONTENEGRO STORES SPECIALISTS STRONG
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