Mumbai Se launches new collection
Dubai, September 27, 2011
UAE-based boutique, Mumbai Se, that combines Indian fusion fashion with western influences, has launched its Autumn/Winter collection.
The collection is predominantly in colours like royal blue, rich smoky purple, hot pink, emerald green and vintage-inspired nudes from over 30 contemporary UAE and Indian designers, the fashion house said in a statement.
Collections from the much-loved designers including Meher and Riddhima, Hemant & Nandita, Ekta Singh, Reynu Tandon, Cherie D and ‘Geisha’ by Paras & Shalini, are joined by new, up-and-coming designers including, Abhijeet Khanna, Bhanuni, ‘Horn Ok Please’ by Sabina Singh, Nalanda Bhandari and Shashank & Prajwal, who are pushing fashion boundaries with their innovative collections available for the first time at Mumbai Se.
“Our designers are inspired by everything on their travels, from modern art and styles they see on the streets, to nature, living creatures and moments in history,” says Poonam Chauhan, brand manager for Mumbai Se.
“This variety of inspiration is key for our brand, as our customers look for modern silhouettes, sophisticated and experimental pieces and relish having access to modern designers that challenge the status-quo of mainstream fashion,” she said.
“I spend a lot of time travelling in the UAE and India personally hand-picking each style that is available at Mumbai Se, and I work with the designers to ensure we truly reflect what our customers are looking for,” Chauhan added.
The Autumn / Winter collection is now available in all stores across the UAE, including outlets at The Dubai Mall, Dubai Festival City, Dubai Marina Mall, Burjuman Shopping Centre and Abu Dhabi Marina Mall. – TradeArabia News Service
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