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Check out upcoming holiday trends from the DrJays.com buyers

Submitted by on October 10, 2007 – 2:29 pmOne Comment


Model wears Gold Foil Chain Game Track Jacket by G-Unit

Here in our New York office, the buying team from DrJays.com were chatting away this morning about the holiday season’s most popular trends.

Here’s a rundown of what’s coming in the next couple months:

LOT29 are currently focusing on their DC Comics-themed line. All-over print hoodies are still big for this brand, and so are cute racing jackets. LOT29 also have plans for both boys and girls lines in the near future.

Rocawear for women are featuring classic sweatpants and hoodies, with a focus on houndstooth print. Their second delivery features Versace-inspired gear, with gold chain insignias and red, black and cream color combinations.

COOGI for women have a signature piece: a tight, hooded tunic dress in different colors.

Deréon‘s signature piece is a perfect-for-the-holidays houndstooth coat, plus a number of jewelled leather hoodies.

Akademiks are initially rolling out a ski themed collection, centred around a light blue, orange and white color scheme. They’re following that up with a military-inspired collection.

G-Unit for men are focusing on an outdoors vibe for the first delivery, followed by a heavily Ed Hardy-influenced collection of gear with skull features, gold accents and then interestingly enough, a bright neon theme for hoodies and more.

Make sure you keep checking back to see what’s new with all of our major brands!

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