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  • To widespread agreement as he pulled his Puffa jacket hood back over his head, Johnson said: Well, it's the little kid innit?

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  • A balding man appeared at the door wearing a heavy Puffa jacket and jeans with suede loafers.

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  • Jonathan had picked up the β€œin” areas immediately, and he took great pains to demonstrate how close we were to the Place des Vosges, a huge seventeenth-century square where aristocrats had once paraded and where chic young mothers in Puffa jackets now wheeled their Puffa-jacketed offspring.

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  • They were both wearing corduroy trousers, roll-neck sweaters and Puffa waistcoats, Fiona's outfit a scaled-down version of her mother's.

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  • Puffa jackets and ski-look casual wear were all over Pitti.

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  • Of this collection, he says: I love leopard print, and I thought it would be really fun to do matchy matchy leopard print ski pants and Puffa jackets and backpacks.

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  • However, Mrs Cole arrived at the Earl's Court venue in West London looking grim-faced in a Puffa jacket.

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  • He was wearing dark blue jogging bottoms with stripes down the legs, a dark grey Puffa-style jacket with the hood worn up and a scarf covering his face.

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  • Meanwhile, the woman with the perm and faded purple Puffa jacket has been passing back and forth in front of the fragrant monkfish-and-king-prawn curry.

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  • As for the rest of it: well, at St Andrews she looked like many other nicely brought-up former boarding school girls, in boot-cut jeans, Puffa jackets and neutral cashmeres - but even glossier than most gorgeous mane of hair, white teeth, long legs, trim figure.

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  • Puffa began because founder Penny Rogers wanted something really warm and comfortable to wear for riding. She made the first Puffa jackets in her kitchen and sold them at Tidworth Horse Trials. While the typical Puffa customer still may be a regular rider or parent of riders, the brand has broken into the popular and celebrity markets as well. An authentic Puffa jacket has distinctive quilting lines and detailing which make it instantly recognizable.

    April 5, 2011