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Monte Carlo launches S/S 2012 'Viva La Summer' line
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Apr '12
Monte Carlo, the apparel brand owned by Oswal Wollen Mills Ltd., the flagship company of the India-based Nahar Group of Companies, has launched its Spring Summer 2012 collection “Viva La Summer”.

The new menswear collection includes both formal and casual wear. The T-shirts range offers pieces made from pima cotton, combed cotton and double mercerized cotton fabrics.

The sportswear category has pajamas, sweatshirts, tracksuits, shorts and other products like gym wear that are stitched from cotton fabric and high quality lycra.

The new alpha range contains tops, Bermudas, jeggings, kurtis, shorts, leggings, T-shirts and denims, all made from good quality fabrics.

In fact, denims are introduced for the first time in the company's product portfolio. The jeans are available in slim, narrow and straight cuts for both genders.

The latest Monte Carlo collection provides world class apparel range at the most affordable prices, according to Monte Carlo.

The exhaustive collection has clothing items for all age groups and all segments, the company said.

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