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Pickering Town Centre Fashion Show Debuts NYGARD Slims: Revolutionary Pants for Women

PICKERING, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/14 -- Editors Note: There is a photo associated with this Press Release

Proudly Canadian and Canada's leading women's fashion house NYGARD is debuting NYGARD SLIMS by Peter Nygard in two exciting fashion shows (May 23 & 24) taking place at 1 p.m. in the centre court of Pickering Town Centre located at 1355 Kingston Road. We are pleased to announce the fashion show on Saturday, May 24 will be emceed by Ashley Greco, Toronto's top radio personality from LIVE 104.5 CHUMFM.

NYGARD SLIMS are the personal design of Nygard founder and Chairman Peter Nygard. He has overseen all aspects of the design of SLIMS, including the patented patterns of this exceptional product. The sculpt technology waistband is exclusive to NYGARD made of vegetable dye that is eco-friendly. This revolutionary pant-known as SLIMS-is available only from the NYGARD company.

SLIMS will make you one size smaller. SLIMS lifts and shapes the butt. SLIMS' fashionably high waist flattens the tummy, eliminates muffin tops. SLIMS creates a flat mid-section to pair with tunics and fitted tops. The hip and thigh compression ensures you'll look slender with the special double knit fabric smoothing out any imperfections in this area. SLIMS will enhance a woman's curves. From the waistband to the hem you will gain 2-5 inches in length for a long, slender look.

NYGARD SLIMS come in four leg openings from Legging, Ankle, Straight, and Boot.

SLIMS are machine washable and resistant to pilling. SLIMS are available in sizes XS to XL. NYGARD SLIMS are available for purchase in Pickering Town Centre at The Bay, Sears Canada, and the NYGARD fashion store, or purchase online at www.nygard.com.

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Event Hashtag: #NYGARDSLIMS

About NYGARD

Headquartered in Winnipeg, NYGARD is a leading fashion company that designs and markets women's fashion apparel. The company expanded into the United States in 1978. As a result of its increasingly diverse business activities, in 1987 Nygard opened the company's International Sales and Marketing Headquarters in Toronto, Canada in an $8 million building that is a showcase for both Toronto and the Fashion Industry. Along with its new World Headquarters located in the heart of New York City, the company lays claim to complete design, production and distribution facilities in Winnipeg, Toronto and Los Angeles; research and design studios in New York, San Francisco and Hong Kong; and sales offices throughout Canada and the US. As well, the company has extensive operations throughout the Orient, Middle East, South Africa, Kenya, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia & Cambodia.

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