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Burlington brings worsted suiting range in style
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Jul '08
Burlington Worldwide, a division of the US based International Textile Group (ITG) has launched its range of finest premium suiting in India by holding an opulent and extravagant fashion show in New Delhi. All the big players related to fashion industry had come to witness the grand entry of the versatile textile manufacturer in to the country.

The ramp sizzled and dazzled as models showcased creations by famous designers like Raghavendra Rathore, Ashish Soni, Varun Bahl and Vijay Arora who had designed stunning and super stylish collection using fabrics by Burlington. The company is confident about its prosperous future in India and has targeted the high end segment customers who have a flair for fashion.

Burlington is among the best known brands in the world. Its new range effortlessly mirrors Indian taste in terms of colours and designs. The collection is created in Super 110s to Super 140s which gives the brand an edge over existing contemporaries. The line comprises of not only sophisticated business suits but also chic jackets in silk, wool and cashmere.

The Worsted suits are available in five styles namely Accolade, Optim, Lifestyle, Adonia and Cynosure created using solid shades of black, blue, brown and grey. All these five categories are extremely formal and elegant with a dash of style in it. The tweeds come in two classy designs Radiance and Agostino. The collection will hit the Indian market soon.

Burlington will be importing the range of fabrics into India, it has also alliance with Amritsar-based textile major OCM India Ltd. New York based W L Ross & Co owns shares in both ITG and OCM.

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