Coco Bianco printer trousers

New fashion sneak peek – Coco Bianco


We’re getting excited for another great new fashion brand coming to air next week – Coco Bianco.

Coco Bianco printed tops

Defined by unique prints – all developed and owned in-house – in jersey and chiffon fabrics, Coco Bianco create pieces that will offer a perfect sartorial solution for any occasion, whether a special dinner date or a day shopping in town. It has a full service in-house team of artists, designers, sample room cutters, markers, pattern makers and a photography studio; plus as it is sourced from Korea, India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka the fabric quality Coco Bianco uses is really impressive .

Coco Bianco printed dresses

155550 - roses dress

Shari Levine is the company designer and we found out a little bit more about the woman behind these striking designs.

Shari has developed the Coco Bianco brand over the last 30 years in New York’s garment district. She is a mother, a wife, a fashionista, a worldly traveller, and artist, and by making women feel and look their best she has built a loyal following over the last decade. To ensure that she continues to use the best fabrics, knows the new trends and discovers all the best sellers she travels the globe, from South America to Europe and Asia frequently throughout the year; it results in a collection that is perfect for anything from every day, desk-to-dinner and special occasions.

Coco Bianco printer trousers

Don’t forget to tune in at 1pm this Sunday 2nd August to see more pieces from this wonderful new collection.

If you can’t wait till then, shop our full fashion range now.


  1. annie July 30, 2015 at 10:40 am -  Reply

    Lovely to see another new Fashion Brand on QVC. I notice that in the pictures of dresses the ones shown are very very short. Have to admit that for me they are much too short. I think QVC must have quite a large chunk of older customers who are always crying out for longer lengths in which case these will not be suitable. I will watch the shows with interest.

  2. Heather McMillan July 31, 2015 at 8:06 pm -  Reply

    I have to agree with Annie I really think the clothes in general are getting shorter , and often so called Dresses would only be Tunic Length on me , measurements don’t seem to be given out on air as often as they used to either , which is a shame as this has always been a great part of the QVC Shopping Experience . Please don’t forget us Plus size and Tall Ladies who just Love your Fashion Ranges .

  3. Linda Binns August 1, 2015 at 8:21 pm -  Reply

    Looking forward to the launch of Coco Bianco. I have got my eye on a couple of pieces already. Annie (above), try wearing the dresses as tunics or with thick tights. I am keeping my fingers crossed that the dresses and tops may start at a 34″ bust as unfortunately I find an awful lot of pieces on QVC start at 36″ plus. I actually am able to buy the shorter lengths as I am only 5’1″, so pieces that look short on the models are usually a perfect length on me.

  4. joan houckham August 3, 2015 at 12:17 pm -  Reply

    i would love to see previews of kim and co again. we used to see what was going to be a t.s.v at least two days ahead, now we don’t get any information at all.

  5. ann mclean September 20, 2015 at 11:37 am -  Reply

    I really enjoy the fashion shows on q v c , but would appreciate if dress length could be given as it is essential when making a purchase.

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