HEBBEDING

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HEBBEDING

 

Hebbeding is a European lagenlook designer label based in the Netherlands.  I have worn this FANTABULOUS label from it`s inception in the late 1980`s and the quality & tailoring are sheer genious. The lady who designs and created Hebbeding started it as a hobby, she is extremely talented and passionate about Hebbeding as I am and I truly feel it is a privelige to sell Hebbeding.

Launched in 1989, it has marketed its famous products for over fifteen years now. Hebbeding employs Dutch designers and has a reputation for using very high quality fabrics. The designs suit any woman regardless of age and physical characteristics. The collections are ELEGANT, FUNCTIONAL & TIMELESS. Indeed the collections can be integrated into your wardrobe from one season to another creating a UNIQUE daretobe individual look.

Hebbeding launches original summer and winter collections twice a year.  Hebbeding last showcased its designs during the Hebbeding Summer 2009 Collection fashion show in Dusseldorf (Germany) and London this year. The predominant colours in every collection is black and white. The colour schemes include season-based shades a very popular feature with Hebbeding clothes. These garments come in two standard European sizes with an option of 2 lengths in trousers and skirts.  However, the ultimate selling point of Hebbeding garments is the fact that they camouflage physical imperfections and highlight feminine beauty.

Hebbeding sells its garments through retail outlets in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France, Norway, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland and now I am delighted to say I have launched a website in order to bring this FANTABULOUS designer to ladies WORLDWIDE. 

For past season Hebbeding look no further than my eBay store and for current season Hebbeding and other fabulous lagenlook designers go the the "about me" page in my eBay store for a direct link to my online store.

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