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BIBA's 'Showstopper' line showcases experimental prints
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Sep '13
BIBA, the leading Indian wear brand presents its latest collection of the season- SHOWSTOPPER.

Inspired from the name itself, this collection with its exquisite designs patterns and colors is sure to make you the trend setter this season. BIBA has designed four new ranges within the SHOWSTOPPER collection- Rockstar, Mysterio, Paradise and Tranquility.

Each range in the Showstopper collection showcases experimental prints in new and exotic colors, whimsical patterns and fresh cuts and styles. These ranges have an ultra high fashion quotient as they combine chic and ethnic in a novel manner to make the BIBA woman feel like a showstopper at all times! 

Rockstar

Rockstar is a fresh new product language suitable for the young at heart who wants to look smart and trendy and make an impressive fashion statement. This range incorporates a retro chic look with a strong metallic artistic feel.

The prints are funky with handwritten inspirational calligraphy combined with an individual expression of love and dreams and belief - the range is a blend of art and poetry fused into wearable everyday garments. 

Mysterio

Inspired from the national flower, Lotus, Mysterio range incorporates art inspired textures and shades of pinks and oranges merged with greens and purples to give a canvas like feel to the palette. A fresh new unique print signature in cuts that are wearable with Anarkali and layered styles completes the range.

Paradise

With this range BIBA presents the rich Indian cultural heritage of Mughal Miniature paintings translated into ready to wear everyday garments. The beautiful cultural diversity of our nation, which has a strong essence and contribution from the Mughal era, has been translated into powerful and rich garments making a statement in its own regal way.

Tranquility

Nature’s serenity is the inspiration behind the range- Tranquility. Using shades of blues with highlights of reds, oranges and pinks that have been styled in modern silhouettes and classic Kurtas, this range will give you classic wardrobe pieces that you can pull out season after season and yet every time  feel  the comfort of wearing the blues. Ethnic styles with a fusion of bright hues resulting in a modern fusion are the essence of the range.

About BIBA:

BIBA, a synonym for pretty women in Punjabi, is literally a home grown ethnic wear brand, started by Mrs. Meena Bindra from her house in Bombay with a partly sum of eight thousand, way back in 1988.

Soon, the brand started spreading its wings in and around the city as the product’s styling and beautiful hand block prints started getting fantastic response from the local communities, including many filmstars as well. The retail revolution in the country gave the brand the desired recognition and an opportunity to grow across the country.

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