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Sunil Mehra | Stripe Ardour

Sunil Mehra | Stripe Ardour

What: Collection of apparel for men

USP: With the focus on vertical stripes on jackets, blazers, waistcoats and full suits in the classic colours of black and blue, the range is made of silk and linen fabric.

Price: Rs 32,000 onwards (waistcoat), Rs 65,000 onwards (full suits/jackets)

Available: Sunil Mehra’s stores in New Delhi and Gurgaon

About Sunil Mehra: After starting his career in 1990, designer Sunil Mehra has gained unprecedented reputation for creating men’s garments. He is the only Indian menswear fashion designer who introduced a unique luxury clothing range inspired by the touch of spiritualism. His designer sensibilities vary between styles inspired by Krishna and donning functionality.

Anj | Courtyard of Colors

Anj | Courtyard of Colors

What: Festive-winter18 collection of apparel for women

USP: Inspired by the spectacular architectural marvel that is city palace-Jaipur, the range circles around the doorways in the inner courtyard called Pritam Niwas Chowk. The assortment consists of four colour stories that represent each gate. The Peacock Gate translates to the lavender and navy story, Lotus Gate to the pink and peach story, Rose Gate to the white/red and gold story and the Leheriya Gate to the lemon and sage story.

Price: Rs 15,999 onwards

Available: Anj’s store in Mumbai and online on anjkreations.com

About Anj: A designer label by Anjoo Karanjia, Anj, is based in Mumbai and deals with handcrafted luxury pret and occasion wear.

Dolly J

Dolly J

What: Collection of apparel for women

USP: With Makar Sankrati around, the assortment comprises range of anarkalis detailed with parsi and zardozi embroidery and sarees in a range of vibrant tones with delicate fabric for the ethnic look. The assemblage also includes plethora of shararas in muted hues.

Price: Rs 60,000 onwards

Available: Dolly J’s flagship stores in Mumbai and Delhi

About Dolly J: Indian luxury fashion brand, Dolly J, is defined by its distinctive craftsmanship, structured silhouettes. Brand’s products are engineered with old age techniques of embroidery and hand-woven textiles such as banarasi silk and lucknowi chikankari.

Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo

What: Collection of thermalwear for men and women

USP: The range is crafted from premium quality wool and silk. The lightweight inner layer in the range provides comfort and warmth without making a person look bulky.

The assortment includes different types of thermals to suit different requirements and preferences of individuals. The product line is equipped with the latest quilt knit technology and is available in soft, stretchable fabrics for both indoor and outdoor dressing purposes.

Price: Rs 749 onwards

Available: All Monte Carlo’s EBOs and MBOs and online on montecarlo.in

About Monte Carlo: Based in India, Monte Carlo, is an apparel retailer and manufacturer of woollen and cotton garments for men, women and children. It has cemented a stronghold in the garment industry with its huge range of all-season clothing. Currently, Monte Carlo is available through more than 240 EBOs and over 1500 MBOs in India and abroad. Monte Carlo has also marked its presence in Nepal and Bangladesh with its exclusive outlets.

Satya Paul

Satya Paul

What: Collection of apparel for women

USP: With Lohri festival around, the range comprises ready to wear tunics, kurtis and anarkalis. The assortment embraces full length, indo-western, straight and short kurtis with elaborate compositions, intricate patterns, and motifs in unparalleled hues with palazzo sets and accessories for the ethnic look. The tunics and anarkalis are available in printed styles.

Price: Rs 14,995-19,995

Available: At select Satya Paul stores and online on satyapaul.com

About Satya Paul: Established in 1985, Satya Paul is India’s premier design label. The brand is now present at over 36 locations in India and select high street boutiques abroad. Satya Paul also has a strong presence with its e-commerce portal and presence on all prominent e-commerce websites namely Amazon, Myntra and Jabong.

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