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Peter England unveils new collection in 35 different hues
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Jan '15
To celebrate onset of the New Year, apparel brand Peter England has launched a new collection, ‘The 35 Colours of 2015’.

The collection made from 100 per cent cotton in fine Chambray weave has a varied selection of shirts in 35 different rich and vibrant as well as calm and comforting hues.

According to Madura Lifestyle, the brand owners, this collection can be worn for both formal and semi-formals occasions.

Kedar Apshankar, COO, Peter England says, “Staying true to the Peter England core values of substantive and impressive, we proudly launched this collection as a testimony to the year of possibilities - 2015.”

“We are also the first brand to achieve this incredible feat in the men's formal wear segment, which is quite exciting," he adds.

"These perfectly created 35 hues along with the impeccably crafted formal shirts is the best way to welcome your New Year,” Nidhi Raj, head of design and VM at Peter England informs.

He adds, “The best part of this range is that the hues are carefully created so that each shirt can create various look depending upon how you style the looks."

"No matter how you’re feeling today, we have got a colour for you to pick”, he observes. (AR)

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