SHADES OF INDIA PRESENTS THE COCOA COLLECTION

Internationally acclaimed and celebrated as India’s most creative textile company, Shades of India launches its latest collection – The Cocoa Collection.
The Cocoa Collection represents confidence, hard work and reassurance, the designs perfectly encapsulate the strength, maturity and grace of an Independent woman. Cocoa, brings new language of textures and textiles with every piece being carefully designed and crafted.
Featuring a range of jackets, tunics and trousers, The Cocoa collection is a dedication to the women who are taking a step forward and becoming autonomous.
Gallino

Classic stand collar neck line long habutai silk jacket with intricate quilting done all over. Textured Silk tape embroidery done around the sleeves and the back with leather dori and fine chanderi fringe around the neck and the sleeves. Fine tone on tone stitch lines around the collar. Contrast facing and lining with French knots inside the sleeves.
Laurent

The classic overlap collar long jacket done with beautiful tone on tone floral cutwork on habutai silk patched on matka silk. Polish black beads hand tucked on the collar line throughout and sleeves hem. Intricate crocheted ties with dori and gold rainbow beads to fastened the jacket. Contrast facing and textured lining inside.
Westwood

Intricate silver zari and tone on tone thread quilting in a floral pattern done all over the silk jacket with baby pleats around the sleeves in silk organza. Contrasting polka dots lining and fine stitch lines with zari on mushru as the facing.
Hamnett

Classic short silk jacket with intricate tone on tone quilting all over. Fine polish black bead work done around the neck and sleeves with leather dori and fine chanderi fringe around the neck and the sleeves. Bright facing and subtle lining inside.
Philo

The elegant short jacket with a classic overlap collar done with beautiful floral cutwork on habutai silk patched on matka silk. Polish black beads hand tucked on the collar line and sleeves hem. Intricate crocheted ties with dori and silver rainbow beads to fastened the jacket. Contrast facing and lining inside.
Richmond

Intricate quilting all over the short silk jacket along with contrast thread embroidery on the sleeves. Interesting fringe with real hand silver foil and thread is done around the sleeves. Fine stitch lines around the collar. Contrast facing and lining inside.
Ovidia

Free flowing habutai silk tunic with heavy bead work around the neck, placket and the sleeves with a contrasting thread. Horizon lines at the center back yolk.
Matilda

Easy and elegant tunic in tussar moga silk with detailed fabric-dori and thread embroidery around the neck collar. Similar embroidery done around the sleeves in an asymmetric fashion.
Zandra

Uneven light crinkling all over the habutai silk kurta with fine dori-thread embroidery on the neck collar along with fine stitch lines around the sleeves. To enhance the aesthetics, tiny contrast jute and anchor thread fringes tucked in the front and at the center of the back yolk.
Vionnet

Free flowing habutai silk tunic with heavy bead work around the neck, placket and the sleeves in double tones. Fine pin tucks done at the center back.
Elsa
 
Wine habutai silk kurta with dori embroidery on the neck collar.  Fabric trimmings at the sleeve and neck collar.
Elliot – In Stone Gold & Stone Charcoal Colours

Straight cut Tissue Trousers with zip in front and side pockets.
Website- http://www.shadesofindia.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shadesofindia
Also available at: New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Mumbai
About Shades of India
Founded almost two decades ago, Shades of India is internationally known as one of India’s most creative textile companies.  Led by Mandeep Nagi (Design Director) and David Housego (former UK journalist), the brand combines contemporary design with the inspiring workmanship of traditional craft. The uniqueness of its style lies in the texturing of fabrics, the coordination and contrasting of colors, and the inventive, unexpected use of surface treatment.
The company is acclaimed internationally for originality and inventiveness of its designs and has won various awards including best product awards at shows in Paris and New York. Mandeep Nagi, Design Director, has thrice won the Elle Decor Design Award in India for fabric.

Shades of India’s product range include apparel, fashion and interior accessories, and home furnishings. Building on its reputation, Shades of India established its own first stand-alone retail store at Meharchand Market in New Delhi in 2012 and now sells through over 20 outlets in India.

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