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Celebrity Designer Launches Fall 2006 Collection At Magic International

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Mui Fina, a San Diego fashion company, will launch their new line 
of menswear fashions for Fall 2006 at the MAGIC International 
buyers show this month from February 21-24. They have a 
revolutionary new design in men's dress shirts called the 
original 'woven- collar' shirt.

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Celebrity Designer Launches Fall 2006 Collection At Magic International
Copyright © 2006 Julie Boerman
Muy Fina, Incorporated

Mui Fina, a San Diego fashion company, will launch their new line 
of menswear fashions for Fall 2006 at the MAGIC International 
buyers show this month from February 21-24. They have a 
revolutionary new design in men's dress shirts called the 
original 'woven- collar' shirt.

"You weave the tie through slits in the collar to show off more
of those expensive ties and create a personalized look of
individuality and style," said Mui Fina President Kimberly Mac,
couture designer and designer to the celebrities.  "This is one
of the most stylish and sophisticated lines offering men
individuality with class for their wardrobe."

The MAGIC Marketplace is one of the most influential weeks in
the fashion industry. It is an incredible market where in 
four days 3,500 men's, women's and children's apparel and
accessories' companies, representing 5,000 brands and 20,000
product lines, premiere their latest collections.

An all-encompassing preview of the season's offerings, the MAGIC
Marketplace features entire collections, exciting launches and
undiscovered trends in men's, women's and children's apparel and
accessories. No other market offers thousands of resources at
one highly focused, comprehensive event.

Mui Fina is also launching a collection of fashionably creative
men's dress pants, sport coats, silk ties, and jeans. Some of
the most coveted names in the music industry, especially Carlos
Santana, raved about Mui Fina Original Couture at the American
Music Awards and are seen wearing Mui Fina.

Mui Fina Original Couture

Mui Fina Original Couture is a collection of fine men's clothing
that is constantly challenging the boundaries of fashion.  Mui
Fina began as an inspiration of Gregory Scott Reid, CEO, who
desired to see something new in men's fashion for the first time
in decades.  Mr. Reid would wear his typical shirt/tie/suit
combination to the office/special occasions and questioned why
he was spending exorbitant amounts of money on his ties that he
could not show off.

He teamed up with Haute Couture Fashion Designer, Kimberly Mac,
President and Designer, who has over a decade of experience in
the fashion world where she had her own atelier, creating
original custom designs for her own collection and for private

Mui Fina, Incorporated

The Mui Fina Corporation is an originator of unique fashions,
who sets trends instead of follows them. Their goal, mission and
direction is to change the look of men's fashion.

For the most part, men's apparel has been unchanged for decades
and more importantly, unchallenged.  The purpose of Mui Fina as
a company is to introduce the most creative and innovative
designs, offering to those who desire it, the opportunity to
separate themselves from the 95% who only dream of
individuality and the 5% who actually live it.

Muy Fina, Incorporated is based in San Diego, California.
Additional information is available at .

If you would like more information about this topic or to
schedule and interview with Gregory Scott Reid, or Kimberly Mac,
please contact Julie Boerman at 877-303-3304 or email Julie at



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