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“Ruis, who was recently promoted to the board, is in charge of a rolling refurbishment programme that has replaced the sea of frumpy, safe clothes with popular high-street brands such as Whistles, Reiss and Ted Baker.”
“Also look for two series, 'Whistles' and 'Byron,' being published exclusively in digital downloadable format.”
“At special hours over the six days, there'll be incredible price drops and bootylicious giveaways such as Whistles offering key pieces from the new collection from their new”
“Hazards is a Decemberists unchained, free to wander in to things similar to stony prog-rock as good as twee folk, outspoken to give songs names similar to "The Prettiest Whistles Won't Wrestle a Thistles Undone.”
“Whistles were distributed in later years by Horizons now the Center on Halsted, police and activist groups.”
“High-street fashion brand Whistles has returned to profit, thanks to the Midas touch of former Topshop supremo Jane Shepherdson – and the patronage of a few famous friends.”
“Whistles and jeers, from both right and left, greeted Monti as soon as he took his prime ministerial seat.”
“When Shepherdson, who is credited with transforming Topshop from a tacky teen store into a style mecca, took over as Whistles chief executive in 2008, she set out to reinvent the loss-making label as a "premium credible high-street brand" that would appeal to fashion-conscious women rather than the "yummy mummies" who were once its clientele.”
“Whistles has also gained royal approval: one of its white silk blouses became a bestseller after the Duchess of Cambridge wore it for her engagement photos.”
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