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LALA debuts embroidered 'Magnifique' line by Sana & Samia
03
Jul '14
For more than 50 years now, Pakistan’s Premier Textile brand LALA has offered an assortment of designs from more moderate beliefs of engaging unique blend of falls and cuts. With their recent presence in India and understanding the fashion across borders, LALA launches their latest Embroidered Digital Print Collection, Sana & Samia Magnifique. 
 
Collection from the house of LALA highlights creative and innovative prints to the mainstream of fashion screen. The colour scheme of collection is based on eclectic mix sunshine yellow, ocean blue, attractive pink, classic black colours with graphic print kurtas inspired by culturally rich in digital prints to enhance the elegance and simplicity.
 
A perfect blend of lively prints and vibrant coluor themes can be seen on materials such as chiffon, dobie with embroidery Patti, panel and cotton thread that gives vivacious look to women across all age groups. This new collection from the house of LALA is available in 8 different designs in two colorways. 
 
On the launch of this collection, CEO textile brand LALA, Mr. Pervez Lala, said, "This collection is enlightened with innovative prints keeping in mind use of pure chiffon as well as ensuring product affordability. Pakistan Premier Textile brand Lala leads this season’s trend with luxurious silhouettes and extravagant designs, showcasing a rich diversity for prints and embellishments for the women who want to stand out from the crowd.” 
 
Pakistan’s Premier Textile Brand LALA launched its first retail label in 1972 and has today grown to encompass diverse retail brands providing accessible summer; midsummer and winter fabric ranges; these include lines such as Madham, Dahlia, Vintage, Sana & Samia, Pashmina, SENSUOUS, La Femme, Kesa, Brocade, Magnifique, Macrame', Mashaal & Lala Classic. 
 
About LALA:
Having started as a simple trading house in 1947, Pakistan’s Premier Textile Brand LALA has today grown to encompass four diverse retail brands providing accessible summer; midsummer and winter fabric ranges to ladies across Pakistan and internationally. Indeed it was with the inception of the quintessential Lala retail label in 1972 that the trading house first started consumer retail. Today, with over more than 40 years of seasoned experience, the Lala brand continues to provide quality material through custom prints throughout the year.
 

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