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Fusion Beats checks in with deep inky 'Indigo' collection
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Jun '14
The olden times of the skill of pottery are as old as the history of mankind. Inspired by the Blue Pottery, commonly known as a conventional craft of Jaipur; Fusion Beats from the house of 109°F introduces its Indigo Collection. 
 
Discover the delightful prints with a modern twist and intricate designs enthused from tie-dye ikats, block prints and tribal prints. It’s a world of imaginative and innovative adornments that invokes the fashionista inside. Let the fashion wardrobe get invaded this season with Indigo from Fusion Beats.
 
This collection has startling shades of deep inky indigo with highlights of pinks, rusts and greens which tell the rich story of legacy. The Indigo style Clothing tends to be pretty, elegant, graceful and yet very comfortable. With affluent colour palette, this collection integrates fabrics ranging from flowy georgettes, crinkled chiffons to drapy knits creating a heritage of chic, graceful and lavish outfits. Indigo from Fusion Beats provides silhouettes that have a variety of hippy – like tunic dresses, western jumpers, chest print tees and palazzo pants.
 
Speaking of this collection, Mr. Radhesh Kagzi, President of Fusion Beats stated, “We have high expectations from this collection. What's best about this style is that there's plenty of room to be creative. Mixing fabrics, colors, and patterns is what this fashion is all about. The Indigo Collection from Fusion Beats is a great addition to have you looking and feeling the part of a global fashion era.”
 

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