designer Ekaya Benaras has launched its spring/summer 2020 collection titled ‘Heavenly Creatures’, inspired by ancient mythologies around celestial spirits of the land and sky. The line up features lehengas, saris, ready-to-wear pieces including oversized jackets, trousers, co-ord sets, A-line skirts and organza shirts crafted using their signature textiles.
The collection, priced between Rs 20,000 and 75,000, will be available by appointment only at the brand’s Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad stores and on their official website.
With loyalists like Janhvi Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Sonakshi Sinha, New-Delhi based kurta brand Mulmul has become a sworn celebrity favourite. If you’ve been planning to upgrade your wardrobe with breezy Indian wear pieces, you’re in for a treat—the brand has dropped its spring/summer 2020 collection, ‘Summer Serenity’. Free-flowing mulmul kurtas and sharara sets punctuated with delicate lace-detailing dominate the line. The colour palette is an earthy combination of pastel green, blue, lilac, pink and beige.
Best known for their intricate details, Needledust has unveiled its spring/summer 2020 collection titled ‘Summer Berry Picnic’. Starting at Rs 2,700, the juttis feature shell work, delicate floral embellishments, beaded patterns and pearl embroidery. Just in time for the summer season, the pieces come in a range of colours including yellow, lilac, beige, neon pink and blue.
Titled ‘Chaya’, Good Earth’s latest collection solely focuses on comfort dressing. Expect a mix of easy-to-wear pieces like kurtas, dresses, pants, crafted in Chanderi and cotton showcasing hints of embroidery. The best part? The drop also includes a capsule collection of loungewear pieces namely muslin chogas and kaftans, perfect for lounging in at home. Apart from the brand’s ready-to-wear ensembles, they’re also dropping their new home decor, bed linen and tableware pieces.
This season, the Italian brand has introduced a capsule collection of accessories and ready-to-wear pieces inspired by the lifestyle of Capri. Coloured in a soothing palette from red and oranges to whites, their collection focuses on subtle details and modern silhouettes. Think leather sole sandals, moccasin showcasing braided details, espadrilles and raffia bags.
Whether you are working out at home, going for a run or to the grocery store, Onitsuka Tiger’s latest drop makes for a stellar deal. Their Mexico 66 Paraty comes in multiple colours and is made using highly breathable seersucker fabric which makes it perfect for the humid season. Whereas the slip on version boasts some interesting features including ankle reinforcement and the popular heel flap, making it ideal for everyday use.
Given that masks are essential part of our lives now, Moonriver has joined hands with some of the leading designers for Masks 4 All, an initiative to make limited-edition masks using sustainable fabrics. The list of designers includes Tarun Tahiliani, Abu Jaani & Sandip Khosla, Ekaya, Ashdeen, Abraham & Thakore, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Payal Pratap Singh and others. What’s more? They will be donating all the proceeds to charities like Goonj and Karwan e Mohabbat. Available at Moonriverstore.com
Fashion For Good Webinar
Fashion For Good, an Amsterdam-based global initiative, took its first steps in India with a South Asia Programme Launch in January. Now, with the widespread shutdown across most industries due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the platform is hosting a Webinar with Dipali Goenka, Managing Director of Welspun and Punit Lalbhai, Director of Arvind Mills where they will be discussing the role of innovation in managing and addressing current issues as well as the impact on the sustainability targets of leading manufacturers.