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109°F unveils dark romance inspired 'Hide N Seek' line
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Jun '14
109°F brings it’s ‘Hide N Seek’ collection for a fascinating stylish look. This collection from 109°F is inspired by the dark romance that sets a moody jewel tone palette with the use of floral distinct sense of style which is the biggest theme of this season.
 
The monochromatic color combination offers a graphic pop and is most definitely having a huge fashion moment this season. Whether you're in the mood for a casual look, something more pretty for the evening or a bit of power dressing, 109°F has it covered in a range of ways that are all bold and punch-packing. Designers have hit runways with this stark color combo in every way, from head to toe, be it in prints, embellishments or just mixed ensembles. The ‘Hide N Seek’ collection from 109°F has pure glamour and style, and is made from more sustainable materials. 
 
Speaking about the collection, Mr. Radhesh Kagzi, President 109°F stated, “This classical collection with combination of colors like black, white and red from 109°F will add to your charm this season. This collection brings an uncomplicated clarity that is flattering for all women. Rich in detail and eloquent design, the collection is full of dramatic dresses, tops and tunics.”
 
Hide N Seek collection from 109°F is available at MUMBAI: Khar- Linking Road, Ghatkopar- R City Mall, Goregaon- Oberoi Mall, Thane- Viviana Mall, Kurla Market City, Navi Mumbai: Inorbit Mall PUNE: Amanora Town Centre, Inorbit Mall, M.G. Road  NEW DELHI: Rajouri Garden, Kamla Nagar, V3S Mall, Dwarka Sector 12 Janakpuri District Centre GHAZIABAD: Shipra Mall GURGAON: DLF City Center KOLKATA: South City Mall SILIGURI: Cosmos Mall HYDERABAD: Himayat Nagar AMRITSAR: Alpha One Mall, Trilium Mall CHANDIGARH: Elante Mall LUDHIANA: Wave Mall BENGALURU: Inorbit Mall NAGPUR: Empress Mall RAIPUR: Magneto Mall SURAT: V R Surat GOA: 18th June Road DEHRADUN: Pacific Mall. It is present across India and also in Dubai, Sri Lanka, Ecuador, Nepal and Australia.
 

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