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Neeta Lulla designs Portico New York's bridal bed linens
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Mar '14
Leading home fashion brand, Portico New York announced a prestigious addition to their Luxury category. The leading brand has joined hands with Bollywood’s favourite designer – Neeta Lulla to design an exclusive line of Bridal Home Fashion Ensemble - Saath Phere that reflects her signature style. 
 
Indian Fashion’s First Lady, renowned for her bridal trousseaus, Neeta Lulla has transcribed the core essence of the elegant Indian wedding into stunning designs for Portico New York. These beautiful bed linen sets draw inspiration from traditional aesthetics, with classic Baroque re-interpreted to exhibit a modern style. 
 
Delicate feminine forms in rich royal colours like deep burgundy’s, royal blues, burnt gold & deep browns makes this collection the perfect complement to the Indian bridal trousseau.
 
Speaking on her new collection, Fashion Designer Neeta Lulla said, “The new collection for Portico New York is a perfect blend of classic styles with a contemporary touch. I’ve tried to play with colours and light to cater to a wide range of preferences. 
 
Hopefully this collection will help discerning fashion conscious brides to be, to find the ultimate home décor compliment to their trousseau for the most special period of their lives.”
 
Commenting on the association, Arun Bhawsingka, CEO, Creative Portico India Pvt Ltd said, “We are thrilled to have a designer of such talent & finesse as Neeta Lulla on board for our special luxury bridal trousseau collection. 
 
The Neeta Lulla for Portico New York Collection will complete the trousseau of the discerning young bride, who values contemporary Indian sensibilities in an elegant rendition to create a warm and stylish ambience for new beginnings.”

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