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Debenhams to debut athleisure range in January 2017

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Nine by Savannah Miller 'Athleisure' UK department store retailer Debenhams is all set to enter the highly competitive sportswear and athleisure arena through its debut Nine by Savannah Miller ‘Athleisure’ range.

The collection features breathable panels in supportive durable fabrications and lightweight styles, and is designed to provide “ultimate comfort and style”. Inspired by classic ballet shapes and colour palettes the collection celebrates Savannah’s bohemian style and is available in flowing fluid silhouettes and full body cat suits perfect to take from pilates to lounge wear. The retail chain will unveil its first athleisure range in January 2017.

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Debenhams is a leading international, multi-channel brand which trades out of more than 240 stores across 27 countries.  In the UK, Debenhams has a top three market position in womenswear and menswear and a top ten share in childrenswear.

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