Raisin | Constellation
What: Collection of kurta sets for women
USP: Inspired by the sun signs, the collection of navy blue kurta sets have hand-embellished sequins on them. The range includes 12 different attires to represent all 12 sun signs; the colour navy blue was chosen to represent a night sky full of stars.
Price: Rs 2,499
Availability: Online on raisinglobal.com
About the company: Backed with a strong foundation of Parvati Fabrics Ltd with over 30 years of experience, Raisin has been offering the most comfortable fashion experience for women of all ages. The essence of Raisin is fashion that has been crafted to be exceptionally comfortable, yet stylish, an ideal choice for today’s modern woman.
Megha & Jigar | Bageecha
What: Collection of festive couture 2021 for women
USP: Personating a refinery of true elegance and luxury for a modern woman, Bageecha is an amalgamation for an outdoor wedding or intimate celebrations. The collection celebrates spring-summer season with relaxed silhouettes and highly detailed artistic embroidery, capturing the essence of nature and portraying the designs with thread work, sequins, kardana, french knots, zari and pipe work embroidery, showcasing the freshness and youthfulness surrounding us.
Price: Rs 59,900 onwards
Availability: At Megha & Jigar stores (from August 5, 2021)
About Megha & Jigar: Megha Kumari and Jigar Mali, known for their exceptional quality and customisations that are highly artistic, stylish and utterly sophisticated, established this label in 2013. Label Megha and Jigar is the perfect blend of the uniqueness of India’s craft and tradition with the ever-changing nature of contemporary fashion.
Alberto Torresi | Kicks Lounge
What: Collection of running shoes for men
USP: Intended for speed and comfort, with better traction, grip, and cushioning, the Kicks Lounge collection is apt for gym, track, or road running companions, and even for everyday wear. Premeditated to construct a comfort fit system, these shoes provide optimum support at the point of maximum weight propelling stability in movement. The soles are made of stretchable woven materials and bio-engineered mesh, engaging all eco-centric eyes towards responsible fashion.
Price: Rs 4,995 onwards
Availability: At POS across India and online at albertotorresi.com
About the company: Alberto Torresi is India’s leading iconic footwear brand. Synonym to style and comfort, the brand renders uniquely crafted shoe range in the finest leather with shock cushioning and sturdy gripping soles.
The Pant Project | Inca
What: Collection of pants and shorts for men
USP: The Inca collection is inspired from Peru’s landscapes. The custom-made styles come in three fresh colours – autumn rust, forest green and tulum turquoise, depict Peru’s rainbow mountain, Amazon jungles and the Pacific Ocean coast respectively.
The All-weather Essentials, a smart technology of water-repellent fabric, allows the clothing to withstand any seasonal chaos, makes them water & stain repellent. Quick to dry & cool to touch, the feather-light pants & shorts have a textured feel with added anti-microbial & bi-stretch function.
Price: Rs 2,490 - 3,490
Availability: Online on pantproject.com
About the company: The Pant Project (TPP) was launched in October 2020 and from the very beginning, TPP has distinguished itself by positioning their brand as an entirely digital full-service e-tailor for custom-made men’s pants in India.
Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC)
What: Khadi cotton babywear and handmade paper slippers (0-2 years)
USP: The collection of sleeveless vests and frocks is made with 100 per cent hand-spun and handwoven cotton fabric that is soft on sensitive skin of the children and prevents from rashes or skin irritation. The collection also features handmade paper “use and throw” slippers which are 100 per cent eco-friendly and cost-effective.
Price: Rs 599 onwards
Availability: At Khadi showroom in Connaught Place, New Delhi and online on khadiindia.gov.in
About KVIC: KVIC is a statutory body formed by the government of India under the KVIC Act of 1956 that aims to nurse employment and economic uplift in rural India. KVIC constituted as an apex body under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises to help plan, promote, facilitate, organise and aid in the development of Khadi and Village Industries in rural India in conjunction with other agencies involved in rural development.
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