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'Nautical theme' spring/summer collection from Max
09
May '08
The largest value fashion chain in Middle East from the Dubai based Landmark Group has unveiled its new Spring Summer collection for 2008 for the fashion conscious men, women & kids.

The collection comprises of slim fit shirts, nautical white shorts, sleeveless striped top, printed V neck Tee, slim stripe V-neck Tee for men, 2 tone cotton kurta, salwar and dupatta with delicate khadi prints, black & white printed tere-voile short kurta with pleats, patiala, sleeveless schiffli short top, crush skirt with khadi motifs and contrast edging for the ladies. The kids collection comprises of cotton yarn dyed shirts, melange inserts, denim bottoms, cotton spandex hoodies, convertible capris etc.

The collection is available across all Max stores in India - Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Indore, Noida, Agra, Lucknow & Calicut.

Max's new “Nautical theme” lends a luxury cruise look with hues of red, white & navy. The collection carries the essence of spring and gaiety of the summer with bright florals feature in tones of lively yellows, pretty pinks and fresh whites. Cottons in all its versions- jerseys, cambrics, dobbies, and plaids is set to give the super summer clothing.

The uber chic skinny fit Denims continues this season too, an exclusive slim fit Denim range for men has been introduced. The Denim ranges boasts of new seasonal tones of new blues, greys and classic black. Fun chest printed tees in various techniques like pigments, foils, metallic studs, appliqués is projected to be a great a hit for the season.


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