UK: M&S to sell swimwear in January for the first time
UK retailer Marks & Spencer is to sell its Per Una swimwear in January for the first time to meet demand from customers heading off on winter sun breaks.
The company, which unveiled its spring 2008 bikini and swimwear collection earlier this week, will launch the range on the M&S website in January.
Per Una is a women's fashion collection, created by designer George Davies and sold exclusively in M&S stores.
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