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July 23rd, 2007
Perry Ellis helps men on the go
Perry Ellis is making men hip in their travels this summer.
When it comes to packing, vacations sometimes require suits other than those for swimming. When classier attire is required, the Perry Ellis Nanotech suit is suitcase-friendly. The fabric is wrinkle-free, so being mashed with all your other clothes won't be a problem, and because the fabric is stain resistant, there's no need to worry if your shampoo bottle spills (although it would be unfortunate for all the other clothes in the suitcase). The suit jacket is $325, and the pants are $125. Both are available at Macy's and Boscov's department stores and will soon be available on the Perry Ellis Web site ( http://www.perryellis.com ).
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