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BIBA unveils its Festive Collection
Sep '11
India's leading Ethnic Wear Brand, BIBA, is all set to add more glamour and fun to your festive spirit, with its latest Festive Collection 2011. The collection has taken inspirations from the rich culture and traditional coutre crafts to present three ultra chic collections- “Indigo Champaign”, “Princess Laila” and “Rainbow Nation”!

BIBA's Indigo Champaign Collection has a regal richness and elegance attached with it. The cool depth of Indigo blues incorporated in the range is very striking and yet very calming. The inspiration of the concept of “Indigo Champaign” comes from Istanbul's Turkish tiles and this depiction sets the collection apart.

This range offers subtle shimmer and glitter drawstrings, cords with interesting dangle collaborated with intricate embroideries and breathtaking prints and styles, all with a classic twist. The collection is available in comfortable & breathable 100% premium cottons, cotton blends, crepe, voiles, cambric's, comfortable knits and denim.

To make you feel like a princess, BIBA presents Princess Laila, an aristocratic fairytale of Indian heritage blended with modern fusion. An extremely wearable collection, vivid and colourful, to brighten up your evenings! The collection is a unique combination of mix & match, creating a distinct product design.

Princess Laila features a true mix of patters & motifs and an attractive play of 3D created with fresh embroideries and embellishments. The fabrics used are breathable & comfortable premium cottons, crepe, cambric's, rayon blends and comfortable knits. This range is high on style quotient with a new presentation of fun & fusion.

BIBA's Rainbow Nation Collection is inspired by the vibrant South African charm and motif. The collection offers vivacious colours and is like a ray of rainbow spreading happiness and vibrancy. It features a true mix of patters & motifs of 3D created with fresh embroideries and embellishments and the prints in this collection are best used in a fusion mix and match. Available in breathable 100% premium cottons & cotton blends, crepe, cambric's, comfortable knits and rayon blends, Rainbow Nation is very wearable with rich, bright and well blended colours.


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