Ash City's New Fall Collection Hits the Runway
Ash City unveiled its new Fall collection at a fashion show held last night, August 1, at its headquarters in Ontario, Canada. Debuting seventeen new styles, worn by twenty-five enthusiastic Ash City staff models, the event showcased a collection that is bold, dynamic and compelling. Narrowing the gap between retail trends and what's available in the corporate market, Ash City has set a new standard for innovation and design.
The fashion show began with ALTA 88663/78663, a free spirited fully seam-sealed waterproof 3-in-1 jacket with a UTK (Unique Thermal Komfort) rating of 3, making it perfect for extreme weather. The runway then took a dynamic turn with EPIC 88662/78662, the insulated, hybrid, bonded fleece. This trendy jacket has an insulated body combined with ultra-soft bonded fleece sleeves and is made for an active lifestyle with fashion in mind.
The grand finale featured BARCODE 88668/78668, a luxurious nylon stretch polo offering style and class with its silky feel. This polo can take you from the business casual setting in the office to the golf course to an evening with friends.
All seventeen styles can be seen in Ash City's new Fall collection video and the 2013 catalog. For more information, visit the links below:
- 2013 Ash City Canadian Catalog
- 2013 Ash City USA Catalog
- 2013 New Styles Video
- 2013 New Styles Canadian Website
- 2013 New Styles USA Website
About Ash City
For almost four decades, Ash City has provided customizable promotional apparel for corporate and casual markets. The company, an industry leader in quality, design and innovation, staffs over 500 employees worldwide, including Canada, the United States, Malaysia and Bangladesh. Ash City manufactures and distributes apparel under five distinct brands: North End, North End Sport, Extreme, Il Migliore and Ash City. At Ash City, corporate social responsibility is essential to doing business. Community support, environmental stewardship and fair labor practices are integral parts of the organizational culture. For more information, visit www.ashcity.com.