Bangladeshi Fashion House Kay Kraft has launched new collection of trendy outfits in the occasion of victory day.
Kay Kraft has expressed their patriotic fervour through their collection with the underlying theme being ‘Jaago Bangladesh Jaago’ and made the outfits with red and green colors to inspire the nation in the spirit of victory day.
The new Kay Kraft collection was launched on December 1 and will be available at all Kay Kraft outlets.
The new collection is made with cotton and the colors which dominate the collection are red and green. The new collection, where the house used their own trendy designs, includes sari, shalwar kameez, T-shirts, fotua, tops, panjabi, shawl, bandana etc in tie die, screen print, block print. The shalwar kameezes and saris range between Tk 700 to Tk 1500. Panjabis are available for Tk 600 to Tk 1200. Tops, fotuas, T-shirts can be found ranging between Tk 200 to Tk 600.
This new collection is available at all outlets of Kay Kraft in Banani 11, Shimanto Square, Plaza A. R, Sobhanbagh, Mouchak and others.
This year’s Eid and Puja festival will be held within a very span of time. On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha and Sarodio Durga Puja, Chila Kotha Shekhor, one of the popular fashion house in Bangladesh has comes with a new collection of dresses for both men and women. Chila Kotha Shekhor has introduced their Eid and Puja collection which includes sari, shalwar kameez, tops, panjabi, men’s fatua and children’s wear. This season’s collection has a more vibrant touch because of the two festivals.
They have used local handloom cotton, tasar, silk, muslin, georgette, endy for the attires and adorned them with karchupi, sequins, block prints, vegetable dyes, screen print, machine embroidery and appliqués. Although most of the colours used are bright and vibrant, the saris especially for Puja have been designed in off white and red.
All these outfits will be available in Chila Kotha Shekhor’s Sunrise Plaze Outlet (1st floor).
To enlighten your Eid, Bangladeshi fashion house Anjans has come with a new designed Kurta on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. You can discover variation in sleeve, neckline, cut and design in kurta. Cotton, linen cotton, endy cotton and endy silk have been used with embroidery.
Ribbon and piping appliqué in contrast can be seen playing dominant role in the design and hopefully the Kurta will looks great.
Besides this, the sari collection of the house will also be something to watch out.
Silver jewellery will be unique as well. All these new designed dresses will be available in the Anjans outlets in Dhaka and Chittagong.
Bangladesh has many occasions to celebrate around the year. Durga Puja is one of them. Durga Puja is one of the biggest festivals celebrated among the Hindus around Bangladesh. Fashion trendy people of Bangladesh are always searching for the latest outfit which matches with the occasions. On the occasion of Durga Puja, fashion house Anjan has brought a new collection of dresses for the fashion trendy people of Bangladesh. Using the Goddess Durga as the main inspiration, the new collection includes sari, three piece, panjabi, fatua, kurta and children’s wear. Anjan is one of the leading fashion houses of the country which first starts fashion design journey in 1994 at its Siddeshwari branch.
The materials being used on the new collections are voyel, cotton, endy silk, half silk, muslin, etc. The dresses are complemented with embroidery, block prints, and screen prints. This Puja collection will be available nationwide at all Anjan’s outlets.
To know more details about the product and price, visit the below links:
Official website: http://www.anjans.com
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/anjans.bd
No season or festivity is complete without the perfect outfit that will make you shine on that given day. When the occasional days come, both men and women are searching for their perfect outfit in the marketplace. On the occasion of Bijoya, Bangladeshi fashion house Rang’s Bijoya celebration is a fashion special that should not be missed. Rang is one of the leading boutique house in Bangladesh.
From gorgeous saris to their simpler versions, Rang fashion house has its shelves filled with shalwar kameez sets, panjabis, fatuas, kurtis, T-shirts and much more.
Fabrics used are endi, end cotton, raw silk, jamdani, muslin, cotton, dhupian, etc. which has been further embellished with hand block prints, spray paint, appliqué and embroidery. The dresses are available at all Rang outlets.
To view the dresses and price, click the link below:
Banglar Mela, one of the famous fashion houses of Bangladesh has prepared its Eid Collection this year with panjabis, fatuas, shirts, saris, shalwar kameez sets, tops, kurtas and children’s dresses. Traditional men’s wear Panjabis are made with classic Joysree silk, endi, cotton materials but the nakshi kantha patterned indigenous caps are the ones to look out for. The caps are very trendy and traditional with royal kurtas.
Banglar Mela is offering both short and long types shalwar kameez, made with silk and cotton fabrics, with a classy touch both for teen and middle-aged women. They have a large collection of saris. All varieties of saris including Tangail cotton, katan, organza silk, endi and cotton saris are available, designed by their expert designers. You can buy these dresses at any of the showrooms of Banglar Mela.
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Anjans is a well-known fashion house in Bangladesh for new and unique dresses designs for different occasions.
New design dress has brought by fashion house Anjans on the occasion of Independence Day. They have given preference to red and green color to get this new design. Besides this Shari, Punjabi, Kurta, Salowar kameez, Fatua, T-shirt and Shirt are also kept at their outlet.
In their new designs, different motiff of Independence Day has given the importance to make them. There are different dresses for younger as well as the elders at their showrooms.
The owner of Anjans, Shahin Ahmed said that considering all aspects, the price of the dresses has been fixed on the occasion of great Independence Day. He informed that all the dresses are given by Tk. 700 to 1800.
Jean-Paul Gaultier‘s designs are often associated with pop singer Madonna, but recently paid tribute to another incredibly talented musical diva. The designer unveiled his couture show – inspired by the late Amy Winehouse.
Models walked the catwalk to a soundtrack by the singer, sporting her signature beehive hair and 50s-style fashion.
The collection included pencil skirts and corset dresses – one model was even pictured smoking a cigarette.
Amy’s unique sense of style always divided critics. While some lambasted her ‘scruffy’ look, others labeled her an icon.
The singer previously collaborated on a line with one of her favourite brands, Fred Perry.
Gaultier takes inspiration from the British brand, designing a white tennis dress with a similar logo.
The French designer is clearly a fan and reworked his classic bustier tops to suit the Back to Black singer’s look.
Male model Andrej Pejic was one of the models who starred in the show. The Serbian-born Australian looked stunning with a blonde beehive and a beaty spot. Earlier in the day he Tweeted: ‘Nothing and I mean nothing beats couture!
Supermodel Karlie Kloss also featured on the runway.
Other Winehouse tributes included nipped-in waists and polka dots.
Fans of Back To Black singer Amy Winehouse were left devastated in July last year when it was revealed the star had died at her London flat at the age of 27.
Amy’s father, Mitch, set up a charitable foundation offering help to young people in need in Amy’s name.
Since her death, Amy’s name has lived on, with fans honouring the singer by buying her albums Frank and Back To Black – the latter of which became the best-selling UK album of the 21st century following her passing.