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109°F unveils ancient folk art inspired ‘Warli’ range

April 04, 2014 (India)

The eye-catching and fascinating story of ancient folk art ‘Warli’ which comes from the ‘Valis – the adivasis’ unravels itself with an epoch and classic collection that exudes pure Indian traditions of ethnic designs and rich cultural influences but in a modern style; Fusion Beats from the house of 109°F brings to you: Spring Summer 2014 ‘Warli’ Collection. 
 
Every pattern inspired by the Warlis probes a deeper meaning. The prints in neon pops are the statement for this collection.
 
A celebration of the classic art form and its fine craftsmanship, Fusion Beats has created an entire gamut of designs based on Warli art in its signature style, while preserving the key elements of its origin. 
 
The various Warli motifs which portray the tribal lifestyle have been interestingly transformed into garments. The fabrics used are slubby cottons, vortex knits and printed cottons. 
 
Speaking of this collection, Mr. Radhesh Kagzi, President of Fusion Beats stated, “Indian traditional folk art prints have always created a solid base for ethnic designs and beautiful garments. 
 
Warli Collection from Fusion Beats has 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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