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Kiran & Meghna's 'Soul Souk' creates divine aura at WIFW
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Mar '14
Myoho, by Kiran and Meghna, presented Soul Souk. The collection prides itself in its beautiful yet simple floral motifs that faithfully re-create the natural foliage and deep designs that Mother Nature herself has created. 
 
The overarching design sensibility has been inspired by the breathtakingly beautiful aesthetics of Morocco, from which springs the clean silhouettes and bold colours like sindoor red, cerulean blue and slate black - all coming together at play to concoct an overall sensation of yogic serenity and grassroots aesthetics.
 
Myoho meaning - Buddhist for the mystic forces of nature. Myoho Style - a seamless confluence of ethnicity, femininity and subtlety. Easy, relaxed and organic, each Myoho ensemble is derived from a storehouse of earthy Indian handlooms. Myoho is interplay of earthy handlooms and intricate textures. Ensembles are magnified and glorified with feminity, yet keeping it subtle.
 
Maintaining a definite contemporary language, the label attempts to blend the essence of Indian handlooms with a subtle modern sensibility dipped in a palette dominated in magical Indian tones. 
 

WIFW


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