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Indian youth fashion brand Spykar unveils A/W14 line
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Sep '14
Spykar, the Indian youth fashion brand, has recently launched its new Autumn/Winter 2014 collection that reflects fresh effortless yet practical styles combined with bold looks.

Replete with clean uncluttered tailoring and re-modified versions of the brand’s signature details, the range is adorned with graphics inspired by various cultural carnivals across the world including stories and fairy tales, wild life and forest imagery, and the explosion of uncontrollable ecstasy.

The collection includes chunky and lightweight pullovers, hoodies and sweatshirts in sporty shades, biker leather jackets, dandy colour coated blazers, athletic bombers and a variety of linen excel, Chambray dobby, printed satin, and tencel and viscose blended shirts with minimalistic jacquard motifs.

The line also features a variety of denim shirts and pants in different washes embossed with 3D patterns, distressed printing techniques, fabric fusions and innovative embroidery. The denimwear range’s standout pieces include Actif, which is incorporated with innovative laundry processes.

Started in 1992, headquartered in Mumbai, India, the Spykar Lifestyles Pvt Ltd’s clothing is sold at around 1000 multi-brand outlets across the country, apart from the large format stores like Shopper’s Stop, Globus, Lifestyle, Pantaloons and Pyramids as well as at the Exclusive Spykar Jeans outlet at Ahmedabad, Ghaziabad, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nasik, New Delhi and Pune. (PB)

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