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Rajesh Pratap Singh and Anupama Dayal create cosy scarves
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Dec '14
Indian fashion designers Rajesh Pratap Singh and Anupama Dayal have come up with exquisite arrays of warm scarves and stoles for the chilly wintery months.

Delhi-based Singh has created a 35-piece collection in collaboration with the shawl and scarf brand Shingora .Made using premium wool, merino cashmere and other luxurious fibres, the line featuring an array of printed scarves and stoles is apt for a relaxed and stylish Christmas celebration.

Fashion talent Anupamaa Dayal’s capsule range of festive scarves is inspired from the land of high passes ‘Ladakh’ and the ‘Himalayan’ ranges. Based on the eclectic traditions of Ladakh, the contemporary pashmina heavy collection is enhanced with unique prints and needlework.

A graduate from National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Delhi, Rajesh Pratap Singh has showcased his collections in Paris and Milan other than India. The designer is known for his adaptation of traditional techniques into contemporary forms.

A regular participant in the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, Anupama Dayal had launched her namesake label ‘Anupamaa’ in 2004. The designer’s works have been appreciated by Elle US and Vogue UK magazines. She has showcased in the 2007 calendar of the Australian Fashion Week in Sydney.

Based in the Indian state of Punjab, Shingora Textiles Limited specializes in the manufacturing and export of pashmina and cashmere made shawls as well as luxe pure silk, jacquard, silk stretch and silk jacquard crafted scarves. (PB)

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