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HSN features Adam Lippes designs

on Thursday,June 30,2011 23:06

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The retailer HSN will now be featuring new designs by Adam Lippes, and the collection is called Love ADAM, starting September 21.

This collection, includes a mix of chic and casual women's wear that is both fresh and fun to wear, and includes dresses, pants and sweaters.

"We continue to reinforce HSN as a fashion destination by collaborating with engaging designers who have a unique point of view," said John Bosco, HSN's SVP of Apparel, Accessories and Jewelry. "Adam Lippes brings a fresh new perspective and will show our customers how to bridge the gap between what is fashionable and wearable."

Lippes originally worked for the well known fashion designer Oscar de la Renta before launching his own collection, which consisted of women's casual wear, in 2007.

Prospective fashion designers can earn around $61,000, which was the median annual salary in 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, the top 10 percent of professionals in this field earned more than $125,000 in that year.
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