ATLANTA — Men’s wear designer Ralph Dunning and his company, Dunning Sportswear, have launched Dunning Classic, a country-club driven premium sportswear collection with silhouettes, colors and fabrics fueled by his company’s golf heritage.
The spring 2009 collection, which will be at MAGIC, retails from $40 for accessories to $200 for an extra fine merino wool V-neck sweater. It also includes cotton pique polo shirts retailing for $100, performance wovens, a Pima cotton zip-neck pullover, vintage varsity tops and traditional rugby polos. Bottoms include seersucker pants and tattersall shorts, both in a cotton/Coolmax blend. Sizes range from extra small to 2XL in tops and from 30 to 42 inches in bottoms.
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