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KOOVS collaborates with Manish Arora Paris

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Oct '19
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London-headquartered online fashion brand KOOVS recently announced its upcoming collaboration with Indian-origin designer Manish Arora, known for his focus on his trademark palette of pink and gold, to launch a capsule collection based on the theme ‘Love is Love’. The collaboration comprises elevated women’s wear pieces and introduces a Unisex category.

The Unisex range includes key pieces inspired by Tuzki, a special rabbit emoji from WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks.

This is Manish Arora Paris’ second collaboration with KOOVS and the collection has been made keeping in mind the Indian customer along with the KOOVS customer which is what makes it very different from the rest of his collections, said Arora.

The women’s wear collection incorporates the signature Manish Arora Native American Print. Inspired by the Native American culture and their interpretation of the nature and animalia that surrounds their existence, the range can be seen depicting indigenous symbolism with an accompaniment of the house’s signature codes, according to Indian media reports.

The Unisex collection is a mix of eclectic gender fluid pieces that consist of denims, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, active wear and accessories such as footwear, passport holders, bum bags etc. The elevated women’s wear, is a glamourous mix of dresses, skirts, denims, t-shirts, jackets and accessories such as bags, shoes etc.

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