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Garment label MOH from Munch to aid SUPPORT

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Oct '05
Moh, an exclusive label launched by Munch Design Workshop will reach out to SUPPORT - (The Society Undertaking Poor People's Onus For Rehabilitation) through a mailer auction of select garments under the label.

Recently launched and being retailed at Grasshopper one among the city's leading fashion destinations, MOH is an array of apparel and accessories for both men and women, with the mood and style being relaxed casual, elegant and sophisticated with a touch of quirk.

All garments under MOH worn by renowned artist's who performed at the launch of MOH would be auctioned and the proceeds sent to SUPPORT, an NGO initiated & supported by Mr.Pradip Agarwal, Managing Director, Phulchand Group.

All garments to be auctioned are white in colour and have been enzyme washed to give them a soft feel and comfortable fit.

Under the mailer auction, the garment would be awarded to the highest bidder who bids over and above the minimum bid mentioned along side each garment.

The bidder is required to mention the garment code that he is bidding for along with the quote. The mailer auction is on till the 30th of October and the results would be announced on 9th November.

Fighting against drug abuse, HIV/AIDS, SUPPORT works with the most vulnerable of people in the society providing, residential rehabilitation programmes for child addicts and girls, vocational training programme for street boys in screen printing, welding, carpentry and awareness programmes on HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse.


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