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Global Desi launches new Naga & Rabari collection
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Nov '12
Global Desi’s latest Naga & Rabari collection is a tribute to the tribes of the eastern and western India. Inspired by the weaves of craftsmanship of the two tribes, this collection brings out the richness of the eastern and western tribes of India through bold dramatic prints, mirror works imbibing the bandhini and tie and dye look.

This collection can also be called as the tribal collection. Inspired by the Nagaland tribes and designs, the Naga collection reflects the Red Indian culture representing the tribal Naga look while The Rabari collection comprises of vigorous embroidery with mirror work in all shapes and sizes. The Rabari designs are bold and enthused from mythology and from their desert surroundings.

The collection comprises of tunics, dresses and suits with a contemporary chic styling. The fabrics chosen in this collection vary from rayons and lycras to heavy weighted fabrics like twill and pashmina. The highlight of this collection however is the dramatic prints with bold colors.

Refined classic patterns in vivid colors and functional yet elegant details play the leading role this season. Mix 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 has also introduced accessories like footwear, stoles and bags in stores.

Moving away from regular plain designs, Global Desi has been contemporizing their signature Indian motifs. The Global Desi A/W collection is an amalgamation of tribal v/s opulent, rustic v/s contemporary and traditional v/s glamour. The overall vibe of the trend is young, irreverent and quirky, whilst new age colors are mixed with timeless classics.

So, Gear up for a great season with the striking and amusing new range from Global Desi!!

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