Styles That Swing: Cocchia Hits the Women's Golf Clothing Scene with a Full Line for Fall/Winter 2006

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SAN DIEGO, CA (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- San Diego based COCCHIA ( announced today the launch of their brand new women's golf apparel company, complete with a full line of mix n' match pieces for Fall/Winter 2006.

"Women's golf is a growing industry, especially in the contemporary marketplace. But let's face it, most golf clothing today leaves a lot to be desired," said Lara Cocchia, founder and CEO of COCCHIA. "At COCCHIA, we've set out to reinvent the industry; to create a line of clothing that makes women feel as stylish on the course as off."

True to their word, it's difficult to tell whether COCCHIA belongs on the fairway or the runway. The Fall/Winter 2006 Collection hints at traditional 1930's golf wear, but boasts the low necklines, slim fits and bold colorways befitting today's modern woman.

Rich chocolate browns, burnt oranges, matte blues, smoky charcoals and timeless plaids add to the collection's "couture allure." Signature pieces include tailored plaid riding knickers, pleated tweed gauchos, low cut fitted polos, and the return of the cardigan.

"Our Fall/Winter line strikes the perfect juxtaposition between sexy and sporty," said Cocchia. "With tailored, European cuts - in silk cashmere knit, prima cotton blends, and chunky cableknit - golf has never been this hip."

Buyers attending the Project Global Trade Show in Las Vegas ( - February 21-23, 2006 at the Sands Expo - will be among the first to experience styles by COCCHIA. The company will debut their full Fall/Winter 2006 Collection at that time.

So is Cocchia confident there's a market for her unique, greens-friendly collection?

"Look around: a fashion-forward line of women's golf clothes has been a long time coming," said Cocchia. "I think women everywhere will embrace our mission to finally bring some sex-appeal to the sport. After all, what's style without a little swing?" To preview the Fall/Winter 2006 line, visit:


San Diego based COCCHIA has been reinventing women's golf fashion since 2005. Functional enough for the fairway yet stylish enough for life, COCCHIA strikes the perfect juxtaposition between sex appeal and sport. With a fresh, current vibe well suited for golfers and fashionistas alike, COCCHIA is on the scene and changing the face of women's golf clothing forever. Look for COCCHIA styles at your favorite fashion boutiques and green grass pro shops.

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