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Global Desi launches new Tree of Life apparel collection
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Sep '12
This Ganesh Chaturthi, Global Desi brings new designs, structures and effects in knits with eye-catching intrinsic details and vivid surfaces like never before. Gear up for a great beginning of the festive season with the striking and amusing new range from Global Desi.

The tree of life collection draws its inspiration from one of the oldest and most powerful symbols on the planet. Just about every culture across the world and across time has viewed the tree as a symbol for life, regeneration, healing, transformation and growth. The collection is a mystical concept alluding to the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and a metaphor for common descent in the evolutionary sense.

This mysterious tree of life collection is based on elements of earthly beauty defined by crochet patches, earthy colors and placement prints. Moreover, clear, natural silhouettes evoke a seasonless vibe.

This collection is an amalgamation of rustic v/s contemporary and traditional v/s glamour. The collection comprises of dresses, kurtas, tunics and suits that can be worn in ways more than one and. match the funky Global Desi kurtis with your favorite pair of leggings, jeggings, jeans or even shorts. To complete that individual look, Global Desi will soon be introducing accessories like footwear, stoles and bags in stores. 

Global Desi draws inspiration from the rich variety of traditional and cultural art found in various parts of India.

Be it Warli art or Jodhpuri styles of garments, or the vibrant colours of the Delhi Haat, the Global Desi label builds on folklore and folk art and stylizes it into a rich ensemble that makes it a must-have for the modern Indian woman.

The collections you can find under the Global Desi label are a rich blend of ethnicity and the contemporary style of garment design - a blend that dazzles with its splendid repertoire of prints, patterns, style and colours.

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