Hanes Hosiery Bows Body Temperature Adjusting Legwear

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Hanes Hosiery Kicked Off Legwear Season at NY Fashion Week with Bibhu Mohapatra

Hanes Hosiery Kicked Off Legwear Season at NY Fashion Week with Bibhu Mohapatra

Winston-Salem, NC– Hanes Hosiery unveiled Wednesday its new fall 2015 collection including its introduction of X-Temp technology based sheers, tights and leggings.

The Hanes Power Shapers collection integrates the benefits of shapewear into legwear with run resistant technology that keeps every woman looking polished. Available in a variety of deniers and a no hose slimmer, the Hanes Power Shapers collection provides a smooth, no lines appearance, even under the most body conscious styles.

X-Temp tights are designed to adapt to your body temperature providing comfort throughout the day.  X-Temp technology is designed to adjust to your body’s temperature and activity to keep you comfortable and confident.  X-Temp tights are available in a variety of styles from core opaques to boot liners, convertibles and smoothing leggings .

NYFW Runway

According to Maria Teza, Vice President/General Manager Panties and Hosiery at HanesBrands: “With our advancements in technological innovations coupled with shopping solutions, we are revolutionizing the legwear industry to make her look and feel extraordinary. Legwear is a beauty accessory and Hanes delivers the styles and looks she wants to express her individual style.”

Included in the Hanes fall launch are tights in a wide range of trend right styles, including embellished crystal, florals, chevron, animal and argyle prints.

This season, Hanes Hosiery will also made its debut on the runway with fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra at New York Fashion Week.  Hanes outfitted runway models with Seasonless styles.

Power Shapers products can be purchased for $16; X-Temp tights range from $15-$18; X-Temp leggings are available for $30 and fashion tights start at $12. www.haneshosiery.com

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