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Zone Two widens net with Ready to Fish

London-based distributor Zone Two has bolstered its brand portfolio after bringing Dutch label Ready to Fish to the UK for spring 13.

The contemporary womenswear brand, created by designer Ilja Visser, will debut in the UK with a 50-piece collection, with wholesale prices starting at £32 and going up to £155 for a linen and cotton mix jacket.

Asymmetrical silhouettes, simple shapes, a neutral palette with pops of coral and razor-sharp attention to detail define Ready to Fish’s spring 13 offer.

Zone Two will also distribute Visser’s eponymous luxury line, which will debut with six styles. Wholesale prices range from £430 for a crêpe georgette blouse to £780 for a chiffon top.
Meanwhile in menswear, Zone Two will distribute a full collection for Japanese label Dualism for autumn 13, following a soft launch in autumn 12.

Next year’s range will comprise several new products including knitwear, sweats and T-shirts and moves the brand on from autumn-only product to items covering both seasons.
“We’ve reduced the prices by about 20% to 30% so that it now sits with Moncler and CP Company in terms of target distribution,” said Zone Two head of menswear Chris Akrimi. Wholesale prices for autumn 13 will range from £21 to £277.

Zone Two’s portfolio includes Scotch & Soda, Maison Scotch, Maison Scotch Amsterdams Blauw, Scotch & Soda Amsterdams Blauw and DS Dundee.

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