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Ralph Lauren | Pink Pony

Ralph Lauren | Pink Pony

What: 2020 apparel collection comprising tees for men and women

USP: The collection is comprises an assortment of updated Polo icons with fresh graphics and details, done in a clean palette of pink, navy, white, and grey. The “Love Language” tee takes centre stage in the campaign and is available in 20 different languages. 25 per cent of purchase price from the sale is donated to Breast Cancer Foundation Singapore and & National Cancer Society Malaysia.

Price: $49.50 onwards

Availability: At Ralph Lauren retail stores and online at and Macy’s

About the company: Ralph Lauren Corporation is a global leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in five categories: apparel, footwear & accessories, home, fragrances and hospitality. For more than 50 years, Ralph Lauren’s reputation and distinctive image have been consistently developed across an expanding number of products, brands and international markets.



What: Collection of footwear for women

USP: Crafted in supple cowhide, suede leather, and mesh fabric, the sneakers feature on-trend, ultra-lightweight elevated chunky rubber soles and lace-up upper that are extremely walkable. Built with lambskin leather, and featuring a back-zipper entry, the sandals are adorned with shimmering crystals along with the two straps that elegantly frame feet and set on pencil-thin heels, slip into glamour and comfort with its soft padded footbeds and strut on confidently for all social gathering edits to bridal events.

Price: Rs 7,899 (yellow chunky leather mesh sneakers); Rs 8,899 (almond diamante embellished wrap around leather high heel sandals); Rs 5,899 (pink embellished ruffle sandals); Rs 5,499 (silver weaved slide sandals); Rs 6,299 (almond embellished espadrille flats and deep red foldable crystal flat)

Availability: At Pazzion store in India

About the company: Pazzion Group was established in 2002 to cater to the needs of today’s modern women. Since its inception, the label has grown its product line-up to include a wide range of footwear for women, as well as bags and other leather accessories. Pazzion also carries a unique range of mother/daughter matching range of footwear.

Label Varsha x Ayush Kejriwal | Daira

Label Varsha x Ayush Kejriwal | Daira

What: Collection of kurta sets for women

USP: The cashmere paisley motif is paired with velvet in deeper tones of ebony black, stone gray, deep purple and cranberry red to manifest a range that eludes regality. The Daira collection is embroidered with a cording thread and a slight tinge of contrasting thread embroidery. The silhouettes are kept simple and easy to move in to let the fabric and the motif shine. Easy going oversized velvet shirts, with a printed velvet stole with straight pants are featured.

Price: Rs 11,499

Availability: Online at

About the company: Varsha is one of the most successful brands known for Indian ethnic wear in the fashion industry. Varsha is also known for its stylish and affordable fashion. An elegant look is achieved when a single strand of cotton thread is used with a similar fabric colour and a charm of digital print is given.

Gucci Fake Not

Gucci Fake Not

What: Autumn-winter 2020-21 fashion collection for men

USP: The collection draws inspiration from the appropriation of logos that began in the early ’80s and became part of the language of streetwear. ‘Gucci Fake Not’ is Alessandro Michele’s irreverent and ironic homage to the institutional code of the brand: the logo. Slightly oversized white or black washed cotton t-shirts have a retro sporty look on account of the bicolour stripe in red-green running down the middle of the front and back, with the words FAKE on the front and NOT on the back, in yellow.

Price: On request

Availability: At Gucci’s stores in India

About the company: Gucci is part of the Kering Group. A global luxury group, Kering manages the development of a series of renowned houses in fashion, leather goods, jewellery and watches. Eclectic, contemporary, romantic, Gucci products represent the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship and are unsurpassed for their quality and attention to detail.

Megha & Jigar | Couture 2020

Megha & Jigar | Couture 2020

What: Collection of dresses for women

USP: The collection illustrates two looks, with darker and bolder looks symbolising the dark side in these Covid-19 times of crisis whereas the other look is illustrated with softer colour tones and lively looks symbolising the recovery from the treacherous disease and towards a more positive outlook with illuminating styles to celebrate life.

Price: Rs 39,900 - 1,20,000

Availability: At stores in Delhi & California and online at

About Megha & Jigar: Label Megha and Jigar is a California and New Delhi based fashion brand, formed in 2013 with a vision to embrace the beauty of Indian heritage by infusing the unique blend of embellishment and an aesthetic that is traditional and royal in its treatment, with a contemporary modern touch.

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