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Hidesign | Wild West

Hidesign | Wild West

What: Collection of bags, passport holders, belts and accessories for men and women

USP: Inspired by the legends of freedom and adventure, the unforgiving, lawless life of the cowboys in the Wild West of America, the range is designed by Dilip Kapur. The assortment comprises range of shoulder bags, cross body bags, sling bags, backpacks, wallets, briefcases, belts and for the first time ever - handcrafted leather jewellery such as bolo ties, earrings, bracelets and belts with jewelled buckles.

The entire range highlights exceptional handcraftsmanship through details such as gold rivets, brass buckles designed especially for this collection, weaving, patch work, quilted textures inspired from the boots and jackets of cowboys, guitar straps used as shoulder straps for bags, exciting pullers, sheriff badges used as hangers, hand padding and embossing, and distressed and aged leathers.

Price: Rs 1,595 onwards

Available: Hidesign stores across India and online on hidesign.com

About Hidesign: Founded in 1978 by Dilip Kapur, Hidesign is a lifestyle group. Hidesign’s portfolio includes a wide range of leather goods and fashion accessories. The brand runs 94 exclusive stores and a distribution network in 24 countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Australia, India, South Africa, Russia, UAE, Portugal and Kenya.

Crocs | Jibbitz

Crocs | Jibbitz

What: Footwear collection for men

USP: With an aim to reflect one’s personality and letting footsies do all the talking, the range is for sports fanatic, the voguish ones, emoticons to represent person’s moods, numerical, alphabets and more.

Price: Rs 199-299 (Rs 299 for merchandise collection), Rs 1,999-3,995 (for clogs)

Available: Online on shopcrocs.in

About Crocs: Crocs, Inc is a world leader in innovative casual footwear for women, men and children. Every pair of shoes within Crocs’ collection contains croslite material, a proprietary, moulded footwear technology, delivering extraordinary comfort with each step.

Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo

What: AW 19 collection of bags for women

USP: With the festival season around, the assortment comprises variety of bags in diverse designs and colour range.

Price: On request

Available: All stores of Jimmy Choo in India

About Jimmy Choo: British high fashion house, Jimmy Choo Plc, specialises in luxury shoes, handbags, accessories and fragrances since its inception in 1996 by couture shoe designer Jimmy Choo and Vogue accessories editor Tamara Mellon. The brand claims to have been a favourite of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Blackberrys

Blackberrys

What: Autumn-winter 2019 collection of apparel for men

USP: The corporate inspired formalwear Blackberrys Mainline features Genme collection, which reflects the spirit of the generation and is best suited for the ones who are always experimenting, reinventing, and moving forward.

The leading youthwear Urban Blackberrys brand weaves the old with the new by breathing life into memoirs and reminiscences of past, thus shaping the reimagined. Retro is reimagined with engineered stripes and checks. The assortment with theme “A Utopia” stretches across Revive and Neo Gen collection.

The travel inspired Blackberrys Casuale’s collection is themed around “Scandi Lagom”. The range is inspired from Scandinavian countries’ design and features the selection that discovers the silhouettes crafted from premium threads and medieval period elements.

Price: Rs 799 (for Urban Blackberrys), Rs 1,195 (for Blackberrys Casuale), Rs 1,895 (for Blackberrys Mainline)

Available: All Blackberrys stores

About Blackberrys: India’s leading premium menswear fashion brand, Blackberrys, took root in 1991. From classic suits, formal shirts and trousers to jackets and khakis and denim, Blackberrys provides the Indian man with the best and latest style solutions.

Clarks

Clarks

What: Autumn-winter 2019 footwear collection for men

USP: With an archive-inspired silhouette that transitions through the day to night, Clarkdale Gobi range features autumn to winter staple collection.

The Ronnie Walk range celebrates Clarks’ shoe making heritage and its Craftmaster DNA by turning an archival inspired pattern from 1953 into a truly modern classic. Available with leather, nubuck or GTX uppers the assortment has engineered grip outsole that bridges the gap between day and night, work and play.

Price: Rs 6,999-8,999

Available: All Clarks retail stores across India and online on clarks.in

About Clark: The brand is a privately held footwear business which was set up in the UK by the Clark family in 1825. It develops and sells a wide range of footwear and accessories for men, women and children. The Clarks brand is renowned worldwide for quality and style with comfort.

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