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Aniket Satam to launch premium sportswear collection
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The young Indian designer Aniket Satam is planning to launch premium sportswear collection in January 2013, in collaboration with the brand ‘Attiva’.

Speaking to fibre2fashion, Aniket Satam said, “We are launching an exclusive range of sportswear collection in collaboration with the brand ‘Attiva’ and it is going to be available from January 2013 onwards.”

“The new garment collection will be available in the online store www.attiva.in,” he informs.

Talking about the significance of the new clothing line, he says, “The new garment collection is made up with Italian fabric ‘Colorado’ and it comes in an anti-microbial finish.”

“The apparel collection can also be used as casual wear since it is not designed as a perfect gym wear,” he adds.

According to the designer, the premium sportswear collection will be available in three different color combinations. “The clothing collection with color combination of pale blue and white is designed for those who practice yoga, while apparels with mixture of black, green and red is targeted at people who go for workout.”

“Another color combination is of black, pink and green aimed at youngsters who are involved in outdoor activities such as jockeying, tennis etc,” he continues.

Informing further about the sportswear collection, he says, “The new collection will be available from extra-small to extra-large sizes and they are available at reasonable prices.”

About the new venture, he says, “There exists a niche market for sportswear in India and so I thought it is currently the right time to bring out my new collection.”

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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