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Lecoanet Hemant SS line inspired by Nagaland culture
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May '13
With innovation always at the forefront, Lecoanet Hemant’s SS13 women’s wear collection is ingeniously dynamic, confident and keyed in with contemporary spirituality.

A play on classics, for their latest collection, Lecoanet Hemant takes an endlessly rewarding inspiration from Nagaland and its indigenous culture. Always passionate about pattern, form and shape, the collection has a strong unique aesthetic.

The collection is a cheerful melange of prints and apparel that fit Lecoanet Hemant’s fun and upbeat disposition perfectly. With a constant eye on the future, Lecoanet Hemant has created more experimental and directional pieces.

The inspirational Naga wrap, is a mix between a traditional lungi and a skirt, where the front flap is embroidered and forms a frontal vertical drape.

Of great visual impact, exquisite silk and satinated cotton has been selected to embrace femininity with an array of grey, blues, whites, subtle tones of sand and bursts of red. The collection refracts a traditional Naga Diamond motif through dresses, skirts, bound and harnessed with urban jackets and blouses.

The same motif appears throughout the collection in applications on suede but also a printed top stitched ' Matelasse' padded material, bringing together a plethora of sensations.

Lecoanet Hemant


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