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Numero Uno | Casual slip-ons

Numero Uno | Casual slip-ons

What: Collection of footwear for men

USP: The range comprises keeping in mind the people who always hop on from one place to another and for the lazy lads who find it tiresome to tie shoe laces. Each pair from the assortment has been perforated with unique textures and designs. Besides being edgy, the 3-tone buckle shoes are lightweight and breathable for comfort.

Price: Rs 2,799 onwards

Available: Numero Uno stores in Delhi/NCR, UP, J&K, Punjab and online on

About Numero Uno: One of India’s first indigenously manufactured denim labels, Numero Uno, was incorporated in 1987. Over the years, Numero Uno has transformed into a dynamic and perceptive label for the youth. Today, it has the privilege of being one of the few power brands that fuses international trends, innovative fabrics, washes, treatments and accessible pricing.

Vans | TNT Advanced Prototype

Vans | TNT Advanced Prototype

What: Collection of skateboarding shoes for men

USP: The range is built on Vans’ Ultracush Lite 3D footbeds, blending the lightweight and responsive feel of UltraCush with a dual-density foam, with a moulded heel clip for unsurpassed cushioning, boardfeel, and support.

The assortment’s functional waffle tread pattern evolves waffle sole to provide ground contact for an immediate, broken-in feel. Improving the calibration of grip and boardfeel, the tread concentrates on common pressure points in the forefoot and heel to further extend the durability and grip over time. The signature TNT style also highlights rubber reinforcements across the quarter panel and vamp, addressing sensitive wear and tear areas for tough skateboarders. The range is available in expanded unisex sizes, ranging from 3.5-13.

Price: Rs 5,999

Available: All Vans stores across India

About Vans: Vans, a VF Corporation brand, is the original action sports footwear, apparel and accessories brand. Vans authentic collections are sold globally in 84 countries through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and international offices. Vans also owns and operates more than 600 retail locations around the world.

Shades of India

Shades of India

What: Fall-winter collection of scarves for men

USP: The assortment made in collaboration with designer Anupam Poddar includes three distinct varieties ranging from a metropolitan lifestyle to a countryside weekend. The colour palate of the assemblage ranges from orange and grey, wine red and indigo, multi stripe, white and black, cabernet sauvignon.

Price: Rs 2,800 onwards

Available: At Shades of India’s stores in Gurugram and Delhi

About Shades of India: Led by Mandeep Nagi and David Housego, the brand combines contemporary design with the inspiring workmanship of traditional craft. Founded almost two decades ago, Shades of India has built up a strong international reputation and has sold to leading department stores around the world including Harrods and the Conran Shop in the UK, ABC and Gumps in the US, Le Bon Marche in Paris, and Lane Crawford in Hongkong.

Monte Carlo | Reversible collection

Monte Carlo | Reversible collection

What: Collection of winterwear for men and women

USP: Keeping the need for a variety in mind, both ways wearable winter range includes various options of jackets, mufflers, zipper jackets, sweatshirts, caps, and many more.

Price: Rs 1,499 onwards

Available: All Monte Carlo’s EBO’s and MBO’s and online on

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: Autumn-winter ’18 collection of accessories for women

USP: With the holiday season just around the corner, the range includes an array of bags, wallets, chic clutches, scarves and shawls. The bags and clutches are available with digital prints, weaved texture and fashion leather with myriad of colours while scarves and stoles are available in chiffon, silk, cotton and satin in digital floral and mosaic prints.

Price: Rs 2,195 onwards

Available: At select Satya Paul stores and online on

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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