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Glam up your look this A/W in CHEMISTRY
Sep '11
CHEMISTRY unveils its fashion forward Autumn/Winter '11 Collection in line with the global trends to glam up your look this season. The collection revolves around casual luxury with an array of graphic, animal & playful prints. It reinforces the classical denim look as this continues to be the flavour of the season. What sets the collection apart is its colour blocked pieces in classic combinations like blue & black, pink & grey, and stylish plaids and paisleys, all in spirited colours!

Get that chic urban look, as CHEMISTRY offers smart cuts and styles that are a must-have for your wardrobe! The collection focuses on hot favourites of the season- jumpsuits, playsuits, tailored dresses and feminine tops and skirts. All this and more to give you that perfect elegant and sophisticated look.

CHEMISTRY's Autumn/Winter '11 Collection effortlessly combines personal style with comfort. The collection features pop colours such as shocking pink, teal & orange. Other pieces include varied shades of blue and pastels keeping intact the classic looks of black, beige and brown. CHEMISTRY's Autumn/Winter Collection '11 has something for everyone!

In 2005, CHEMISTRY was created by “Esjay International Pvt. Ltd” - one of the leading export houses in the country . CHEMISTRY, fashion for the young and free spirited mind, is one of India's fastest growing fashion brands. Having a strong in-house design team, with an eye for trends, colours and styles, CHEMISTRY today, stands for high street fashion at affordable pricing.


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