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Monte Carlo introduces men's, women's & kids' A/W14 lines
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Sep '14
The India-based fashion forward brand Monte Carlo Fashions Ltd has launched its latest Autumn/Winter 2014 collection for men, women as well as children between the ages of 8 and 14 years.

Inspired by current trends, couture looks and designs, the new range is based on an interesting palette of yellow, orange, pink, coral, charcoal grey, black, wine, forest green, royal blue, deep maroon, rust and ochre hues.

Replete with printed buttons and belts, the line’s menswear entry includes, denims, trousers, full sleeve T-shirts, sweat shirts with plug-in earphones, sweaters, pullovers, fur lined jackets, formal slim fit shirts, coats, nehru jackets, track suits, thermals and cozy mufflers.

Adorned with embroidery and jacquard, photo and foil prints, the womenswear offerings are dressy tunics, cut and sew detailed track suits, leggings, Indo-Western kurtis, woolen tops, Boomerang lowers, cardigans, shawls, hooded scarves, caps, capes and thermals.

Based on shades of mustard, burnt orange, yellow and pink, the pieces for children are sweaters, pullovers, leggings, tunics, sweatshirts-cum-jackets with detachable sleeves, detatchable hood jackets, lowers, caps, mufflers and thermals.

Monte Carlo Fashions Ltd is owned by the house of Nahar Group, a well established and well recognized textile group located in Punjab, India. (PB)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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