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Spanish designers showcase in India

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Internationally-renowned Spanish labels, with their eclectic apparel collections, mesmerised the Indian audience at the just held Government of Catalonia organized special fashion parade in the city of Mumbai, India.
In a bid to promote Catalonian fashion, the fashion-packed soiree featured creations from the regular participants of the prestigious Catalonian fashion fair 080 Barcelona Fashion.
 
Popular fashion brands like Mango, Custo Barcelona, Brain & Beast as well as Ruano Justice showcased 15 looks each at the event,which saw top Indian models, such as Rachel Maria Bayros, and actresses walking the ramp.
Bollywood actress Aditi Rao Hydari walked on the Spanish runway in an angelic white gown with a plunging sheer lace detailed neckline. The showstopper floor grazing outfit was adorned with white polka doted mesh sleeves.
 
The soiree, which also aimed to promote the Spanish province as a lifestyle destination, was attended by the President of the Generalitat, Artur Mas, and the Minister of Enterprise, Felip Puig.
 
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Fashion News

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CNCE and ICA sign MOU~The International Cotton Association (ICA) and the China National Cotton Exchange (CNCE) have signed and exchanged a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to formally acknowledge the cooperation between the two associations.The MOU will focus on three specific areas of cooperation:

1. Applying ICA Bylaws & Rules in CNCE’s ‘Electronic Trading Platform’

2. Sharing technical information to help establish a China based testing laboratory

3. Delivering cotton trade and quality testing training.
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Talking Threads launches Pashmina shawl collection

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Hand woven from the finest hand spun Pashmina threads, the all new collection at TalkingThreads.in boasts of nothing but luxury.Every single TalkingThreads.in Pashmina Shawl is handmade and hand-embroidered by Kashmiri Artisans who sometimes spend as much as two years to complete just one wrap.These are not only stylish but they are guaranteed to suit a wide variety of outfits, displaying your elegance and beauty at the same time.

In addition to traditional black and natural off white, TalkingThreads.in has released some popular colors too include dark chocolate brown, silver grey, shades of red and midnight blue.Some innovative new colours include Gold, sage green and burgundy pashmina shawls and wraps. Choose from a gorgeous range across price bands and with varying styles of exquisite thread work to give your winter wardrobe a brush with luxury!

About Talking Threads:Talking Threads is a community inspired by the magic of Indian threads, artisanal crafts, embroideries and textiles.

Our threads tell a story, a story of India’s heritage, of emotion, of love, of color, of celebration, of timeless beauty. Phulkari & Bagh, Kashida, Kutchi, Parsi Gara, Ari, Zardozi, Kantha, Chikankari, Kalamkari, Tye & Dye, Hand block printing and more…glorious threads designed to become a part of your style, a part of your story.

RANGE OF PURE PASHMINA SHAWLS:

Aari Work with Zari Border:  Patronized by the Mugal courts, the Aari embroidery has existed in India from the 12th century and been a preference of the royals, for its fine embroidery and highly refined floral motifs. 

Hand Crafted Sozni Work: Delicate threadwork from Kashmir done on vibrant colours of the season, these shawls will make you stand-out on dull wintry evenings.

Kalamkari Sozni Work: Available in soft pastel colours with antique Jama paisely designs using Kalamkari technique with ezzo colours and highlighted with Sozni Kashida embroidery these shawls are  a sheer delight to own and to wear.

 

Courtesy:Talking Threads

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Fine British Fashion Making Its Way Across The Atlantic

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British have a style that is envied all over the world, and Americans are not immune to the cutting edge looks that they see on television and in print. What you find in the boutiques and on the streets of London usually makes its way to us in a year or two, and this season is no exception. From business formal to night time casual, the English influence on spring’s fashion can be see everywhere. Here are a few of the looks you will find this season that are borrowed from our friends across the Atlantic.

The most dominant trend to cross the ocean that has in every aspect of fashion is color. More specifically, the color blue is everywhere this year. In menswear blue suits were seen more often that grey or black suits. Blue collared shirts, blue ties and even blue dress socks are the perfect work day accessory. When it is time to get more casual, blue jackets, and cotton shirts are the perfect statement. Women are sporting cobalt blue skirts with blue print tops for business. The opportunities for wearing this new neutral are endless.

Menswear inspired clothing for women is the must have look in the UK this year, and it is catching on in the USA. This look is especially striking in business attire. Extremely tailored outfits with a feminine twist is the way to wear this fashion trend. Some of the business suits are even cut from the same cloth and are designed in a similar pattern to the men’s suits. Accessorize these suits with feminine hairstyles, jewelry, and sexy heels. Far from masculine, the menswear inspired clothing is flattering and attractive without traditionally female patterns, styles and colors. Pair the dark business suit with a tailored short sleeve blouse that has been styled with a ruffle and cap sleeves. You will find that this look follows the curves of a woman’s body unerringly. It is bold and understated all at the same time.

Casual shirts for men are still tailored, but not as close fitting as their formal counterparts. Forget the plain white or blue shirt, a pattern is the way to go. Small navy and wine checks, pink checks, and really any other angular pattern on a white background defines the look. There is a lot of blue here as well, and these tailored shirts are the perfect way to combine the color of the moment with a popular style. Pin stripes in blues, reds, pinks, and purples are another nice break from the monochromatic styles we saw last year.