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Ankur Textiles presents blended fabrics at New Delhi show
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Ankur Textiles
Courtesy: Ankur Textiles
Ankur Textiles showcased its modal, viscose, cotton Lycra blended fabrics for the new-age Indian woman at the recent Fabrics and Accessories Trade Show in New Delhi. The display included fabrics like Zoya, Glam and Glory, Blossom, Charm-me and Lilac which can be tailor-made into western and ethnic womenswear such as dresses, blouses, kurtis and tunics.

"Our latest collection marks our expansion into multi-fibre fabrics as a fashionable alternative to cotton. We have combined our textiles expertise with path breaking technology to develop smart blends of fabrics that offer style as well as comfort. Our in-house design team will continue to introduce more such trendy collections in future to delight our customers,” Brijesh Bhati, CEO, Ankur Textiles, (a division of Arvind Limited), said.

For more than five decades, Ankur has been designing high-quality voiles ranging from 100 per cent cotton to all fancy blends that are available throughout India and exported to Switzerland, Middle East, China, Thailand and Africa. A heritage brand, Ankur develops high-quality fabrics for womenswear and menswear. (RR)


 

 

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