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Rubaaiyat by Mini Bindra launches Rendezvous from Pakistan
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Aug '14
Indian Fashion brand Rubaaiyat by Mini Bindra has recently launched an ethnic collection replete with delicate gold embroidery.

Made using cotton, karandi, raw silk and chiffon, the range is decorated with traditional Indian needlework like Lucknowi chikankari, ari, zari and patti embroidery along with Banarasi brocade and block prints.

Suitable for women of all ages, the line, entitled Rendezvous from Pakistan, is based on a palette of white, nude, beige, ochre, wheat, tan and fawn colours.

Some of the standout ensembles from the collection are a white Swarovski lehenga, a sleeveless embroidered gown, a handcrafted zardozi kurta and a gold dori work adorned ensemble.

While launching the line, the brand designer and founder, Ms. Mini Bindra said “Overall the collection by Rubaaiyat is an eclectic mix of history and tradition with vivacious design with the touch of ethnicity. This collection is synonymous to versatility that every woman will love to flaunt this season.”

“According to season’s trend luxurious silhouettes and extravagant designs, showcasing a rich diversity for prints and embellishments for the women who want to stand out from the crowd,” she adds.

Rubaaiyat is a womenswear designer studio that houses both readymade garments and hand-woven fabrics. The label specializes in Indo-western and embroidered ethnic wear.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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