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Dubai, UAE, September 13, 2017: Homegrown swimwear brand COÉGA Sunwear have launched their first Fall/Winter collection with the release of a striking new seasonal palette across their favourite family swimwear styles.

The collection, which includes swimwear for Babies, Children, Youths, Adults and a popular Conservative Swimwear range for ladies is renowned for its high quality swim fabrics that are quick-to-dry, kind to skin and provide outstanding SPF50 sun protection.

For Ladies, COÉGA has invigorated the AW17 collection with an array of stylish Slim-Kini, available in Short (AED259), ¾ Length (AED285) and Full Length (AED295) options in a new Black Honey Lace colourway and a flattering Violet Floral design. The new colourways are echoed throughout the range with Long (AED160) and Short-sleeved (AED145) Rashguards and ¾ Length (AED125) and Full Length Leggings (AED140) and Swim Tights (AED125) providing a versatile mix of swimwear.

The sought-after Ladies collection continues with COÉGA's contemporary range of Swim Shorties (AED190) and popular Tankinis (AED150), Swim Shorts (AED120) and Swim Skirts (AED155). Perfect for active days on the beach or lazy afternoons by the pool the attractive SPF50 swimwear oozes comfort and style. Alternatively, ladies may opt for COÉGA's cutting-edge Conservative Collection of Tunics (AED185), Swim Trousers (AED140) and Shaelas (AED69) for supreme sun-safe swimwear.

New for Men in AW17 COÉGA have injected fresh autumn colours of Blue Red Storm and Teal Bahamas into their essential Short-sleeved Rashguards (AED145) and a new Teal colourway in a Sleeveless (AED125) design. The men's swimwear can be paired with a variety of Swim Shorts (AED120) in Black, Grey, Navy and Teal and Board Shorts (AED95) in Black and Grey available in sizes S-3XL.

COÉGA Sunwear is renowned for their superior range of children's swimwear and in AW17 the youngest members of the family are spoilt for choice. For Girls COÉGA has refreshed the much-loved One Piece Suits for 0-6 years (AED210) and Two Piece Suits for 2-6 years (AED210) with eye-catching Pink Octopus and Purple Groovy Floral designs. The collection also features ¾ Length Swim Leggings (AED115), Long and Short-sleeved Rashguards (AED130 & AED125) and Swim Shorties (AED140) in the gorgeous new Fall/Winter Pink Octopus colourway.

Whilst for boys aged 0 to 6 years COÉGA has incorporated two new fun and fresh designs. The One Piece Suits (0-6 years) and Two Piece Suits (2-6 years) come in standout shades of Blue Rider and Aqua Pirate and both feature water-themed designs. The Boys AW17 Aqua Pirate range also includes Long and Short-sleeved Rashguards in sizes 4 to 6 years and a variety of mix & match Swim Shorts (AED95) and Board Shorts (AED70) both available in Black and Navy.

COÉGA's light, breathable swim fabrics and appealing palettes are abundant in the AW17 Youth collections designed specifically for boys aged 8-12 years and girls aged 8-14 years. Young Ladies may choose from a selection of One Piece Suits (AED210), Two Piece Suits (AED210) and Swim Shorties (AED140) in the vibrant Winter/Fall colours Mauve Flamingos and Purple Diamond. Whilst pre-teens may opt for the stylish Long and Short-Sleeved Rashguards (AED160 & AED145) and attractive Mauve Flamingos Tunics (AED185) with matching ¾ Length (AED125) and Full Length Leggings (AED140). The Girls Youth collection also includes a range of SPF50 slimi-kini (AED225) and swim shaelas (AED69) perfect for young adults who enjoy outdoor sports and unbeatable sun protection.

The Boys Youth collection features One Piece Suits and Two Piece Suits in Blue Steel Camo and Copper Flame and a new range of Long and Short-Sleeved Rashuards in the Blue Steel Camo colourway. Plus a variety of matching Swim Shorts in Blue Steel, Black and Navy and Board Shorts are available in Black and Navy.

The comprehensive AW17 COÉGA Sunwear swimwear collection is completed with a range of bright Pool Shoes for adults and children from AED50 and a range of Swim Hats for adults (AED50) and Children's Swim Hats (AED50) and Swim Flap Caps (AED60).

The AW17 collection is available now in a number of leading sports stores and venues across the GCC, as well as across the region via online sales channels. So you can, go ahead and love the sun!


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