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Vizyon to display new capsule collection at Spicy Sangria
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Aug '13
Vizyon is delighted to announce its participation at Spicy Sangria in Bangalore, which will be held on the 31st August 2013. The exhibition will see some of the best Indian designers showcasing their collections.

Vizyon will be presenting their new capsule collection, which draws inspiration from ethnic elements of Africa, modern art and gothic references. The sophisticated high-fashion pieces feature an eclectic mix of contemporary femininity and cosmopolitan style.

Influences of Africa are evident in the abstract prints and bold geometric shapes, which add a touch of modernity and vibrancy.

The colours range from sophisticated brights like electric blues, lime greens and corals to feminine pastels such as mint green, light coral and turquoise. This vivacious colour palette compliments the intricate cuts and geometry inspired shapes.

The range of silhouettes and pieces- from cocktail wear, structured short dresses, to dress shirts, skirts and easy kaftan tops – is glamorous, yet easy to wear.The use of luscious fabrics like georgettes, taffeta and lame allows for versatility, through the use of the right accessories. Through its gorgeous pieces and urban sensibilities, Vizyon promises to create a statement.

Shradha Murarka, Creative Director, Vizyon says “We are delighted to be a part of this prestigious platform as we feel Vizyon’s aesthetic will appeal to fashion-forward clientele. For the exhibit, we have created high-fashion yet wearable pieces. In this collection, we have used techniques and designs which are sure to make a mark this fashion season”.

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