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Anjali Jani | Vrindavan

Anjali Jani | Vrindavan

What: Spring/summer 2017 collection for women

USP:Inspired by the love story of Radha and Krishna, the new spring summer collection ‘Vrindavan’ has been created from handloom silks like dupion silk, raw silk, linen, muga tussar and jute silk. The fabrics are embellished with a blend of detailed thread work and beautiful zardosi embroidery that brings the flora and fauna of Vrindavan to life. The colour palette is varied and ranges from pastel shades to combination of blue, black and red that represents many shades of Radha, Krishna and their passion.

From traditional lehengas to dhotis to contemporary jackets and capes captured in styles like sharara pants with cropped tops and draped dresses, the collection sparks and endures as the love its inspired by.

Price: On request

Available: Anjali Jani’s store in Mumbai

Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer

What: Spring 17 collection of printed shirts for men

USP: The assortment features button down shirts with sharp geometric prints; light blue and white boho prints, as well the classic yet modern paisley prints. With uber chic rustic prints in refined and sophisticated colour palettes that include energetic summer blues, tonal earthy shades, and soft pastels, the unparalleled collection of printed shirts is something to cater for all occasion and everyone’s style.

Price: Rs 1,299-4,999

Available: All Marks & Spencer’s stores in India

Max

Max

What: Spring 2017 collection of apparel, footwear and accessories

USP: Expressing the richly detailed sense of elegance and passion, the collection celebrates the nautical spirit of spring. Sparkling shades of imperial blue, barbados cherry red are the dominant colours of the season. The season shows off an eclectic range of trends – ruffle details, asymmetrical hem lines, engineered appliques, natural hues, inflated silhouettes and oversized proportions to keep it classy and fuss-free.

The range for womenswear unfolds into a bold and striking collection inspired from the Marina. While, inspired by holiday resort, the classic menswear collection gives a perfect wardrobe solution for the upcoming getaway vacation. Indianwear collection draws inspiration from 70’s vintage graphics, blues of Jodhpur palaces. In kidswear collection, Max has cool blue sea of the nautical resort collection with fun floral blends for the girls. While for the boys, nautical being the current rage of the season little boats enhancing the look with all over print tees, chest prints and bottoms incorporates the collection.

Price: Rs 299-2,599

Available: All Max stores across India

Drish Shoes

Drish Shoes

What: Collection of shoes, bags, wallets, etc for men

USP: Refined details, unmistakable style; crafted out of genuine leather, the shoes promise Italian luxury, craftsmanship, excellence and style.

Monkstraps from the assortment is an exotic piece ready to flaunt style with confidence. The tan leather laptop bag, also in leather, talks masculine style.

Price: Rs 3,000 onwards

Available: Drish.com

 Peter England | Forma-Linens collection

Peter England | Forma-Linens collection

What: Collection of linen shirts for men

USP: Celebrating 20 glorious years in revolutionising men’s fashion in India, Peter England’s Forma-Linens collection is for the quintessential working professional. Presenting a fresh dimension to boardroom dressing, the special edition is a range of meticulously crafted formal shirts in linen tencel blend, offering high style and comfort. Designed as the summer essentials, the collection promises a sophisticated and modern look in classy linen, in a vivacious and trendy 20 shades palette.

Colours: Coral rose, Purple, Pacific depth, Puree scarlet, Sapphire blue, Stone grey, Peach sand, White bliss, Pista green, Apricot rush, Barely pink, Intense grey, Lilac, Desert sand, Cerulean blue, Sunset yellow, Lavender, Powder blue, Warm peach and Aqua green.

Price: Rs 1,599

Available: Peter England stores across India

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