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Rinku Sobti brings Indian Occasion Wear
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Jun '10
Rinku Sobti, a delhi based fashion designer, brings out her latest collection of Indian Occasion wear for the season. The collection is an apt festive wear for any Indian Occasion.

“The collection is an amalgamation of love, beauty, romance & fashion not to forget” says the designer. Unusual patterns & intelligent use of elements combinations are what the designer offers in her latest collection.

Encompassing a range of gowns, lehengas, tunics her collection is available in ultra vibrant colors including pink, red, green, pearl blue color palettes. The designs of her new collection cater to a very distinct persona & the styles are for a self determining individual who is modern, chick & loves fashion. Fabrics like jersey, organza, dupion, crushed satins etc have been used generously to make her collection all the more appealing.

“Bright colors, bold designs, exorbitant motifs & exclusive embroideries are the flavor of this festive season” says Rinku Sobti.

Her ultra modern red dress pleated at the embroidery yoke is a perfect offering for ideal cocktail attire. Embellished with beautiful green, turquoise & yellow colored embroidery work with colorful stones & beeds work the dress is a mark of uber sophistication & makes you feel gorgeous.

Her sophisticated black outfit gives a very simple yet unique look in which fabrics like jersey have been used generously. The outfit has love of detail as the design speaks black on black language. The bottom has free pleated pants in jersey fabric. Radiating a cheerful & vibrating mood to a joyful occasion her pink color lehenga with deep grey pleated top is an apt dress for Indian occasion wear which gives a very feminine & gracious look. The dupatta with the dress has a double shaded color with block printing on it. The outfit exudes a romantic atmosphere to any occasion which is embellished with floral hand embroidery, beeds & sequence work on it.

Another collection of hers which truly reflects color, beauty & vibrancy without being over the top is her Green georgette skirt with green and copper corset. The skirt is a cut into panel ensuring it is loose and flowing. It has a lot feminine appeal it has been constructed is georgette and played with block printing in hues of gold and copper with detailing of hand embroidery.

Experiments in terms of designs, work of high quality, finesse of the embroidery, blending of fabrics & materials are what lent an antique touch to her range. Her latest collection is very elegant, flowing, graceful & easy to carry.

Her collection is available in her exclusive store in Vasant Kunj, Delhi.

Rinku Sobti has been serving the Fashion Industry from past 15 years. She launched her own brand label- RINKU SOBTI in the year 1995 with the vision not only to sell product but to create fashion of high quality. Her collection encompasses a perfect blend of western-cuts and Indian ethnic designs & stands out for its originality and enchanting style. The strong point of this designer is her customizing the outfits for her clients that makes each garment special and unique as she takes the clients' inputs and their lifestyle into consideration. Presently she has her own exclusive store in Delhi.

Rinku Sobti


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