Tanishq, Anita Dongre, Springfield: This Month’s Fashion News

Deepika Padukone and Tanishq

Tanishq recently launched its jewellery collection titled ‘Jewels of Royalty’ taking hints from India’s rich regal past, and the international face of Bollywood, Deepika Padukone is fronting this alluring collection. You’ll, in fact, find her lovely face splashed everywhere in Tanishq stores. The campaign was styled by celebrity stylist Shaleena Naithani. The exclusive collection offers a range of danglers, necklaces and rings set in diamonds and open polki.

 

Anita Dongre New York.jpgAnita Dongre takes Grassroot to New York

Arguably India’s most successful designer, Anita Dongre has become the first Indian designer to open her flagship store in New York City. Anita’s youngest label Grassroot finds inspiration in its glocal approach and now has a new address in the heart of New York’s Soho district. The store was designed by architect Shonan Trehan.

 

Rutu Neeva 2- Fall'17 (15).jpgRutu Neeva’s new collection 

Designers Rutu Shah and Neeva Sheth of the label Rutu Neeva recently launched their Fall 2017 collection.  The line is replete with androgynous silhouettes and sharp detailed lines. From dresses to free-flowing gowns, the collection showcases a number of details such as intricate gatherings, a multitude of pleats and subtle overlays.

 

Springfield.jpgSpringfield now in India

Spanish high-street brand Springfield is now in India. The first store was unveiled by Tablez India, a part of LuLu Group International, at Phoenix MarketCity in Bangalore last month, and will soon be available in six other cities. Springfield belongs to Grupo Cortefiel, and offers international fashion for both men and women between age of 25 – 35, looking for urban casual and trendy wear. Check out their linen shirts for men and sequinned knit tops for women.

 

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Neeta Lulla launches N BRIDE

Adding a new dimension to her bridal wear, veteran Mumbai-based designer Neeta Lulla recently launched N Bride, an affordable line of bridal pieces meant for the millennials. Sticking to her signature intricate embroideries, a rich colour palette with hints of fusion silhouettes, you’ll find pieces priced between Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh at stores such as Aza, Ensemble and Angasutra to name a few.

First published in the August 2017 issue of eShe magazine