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Premium fabric brand launches 'Linovita' wedding collection
27
Dec '10
Sangam Suitings, the premium fabric brand from Sangam India, has launched exclusive wedding & festival collection called Linovita.

The Linovita wedding collection is a specially designed set addressing the burgeoning demands of a marriage season. It comprises of premium range PV-blended fabrics with rich sheen and a wide variety of over 20 designs. The collection addresses the design need of every customer segment from plain suitings, self strips as well as bright satin stripes. The Linovita wedding collection is available in rich medium pastels and royal dark colours aesthetically crafted to suit the marriage ceremonial purpose. The Linovita wedding special is available across all the leading fabric stores in India.

Commenting on the special wedding collection of Linovita, Mr. V K Sodani, Executive Director, Sangam India said, "Wedding is like a festival for any Indian family and wedding shopping is the most important part of the entire process. Shops across the country do half their annual sales in the festival periods. We are proud to present the Linovita wedding collection as a premium range product offering with innovative customer propositions. Sangam is committed to addressing the needs of its loyal customers through innovative products which are appealing yet affordable."

Linovita, For Love, For Commitment, For Trust
The name inspires with life, a very special gift packing in suit length makes it class apart from the entire variant, it is luxuriating in softness. The elegant touch of fabric is made it very unique and for some one very special. The fabric is made by 2/50's high Twisted and single 30's Poly Viscose Blended Yarn. Specially finish to give it a elegant shape and drape all day long.

Sangam India Ltd

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