trims1)Many garments in style today combine cloth fabrics with suede or leather trims. These high-fashion items cancreate problems for drycleaners who accept them for cleaning in any process--drycleaning, wetcleaning orleather cleaning.If the trim colors are light, natural or pale pastel shades, and the garment is processed using a proven methodthats compatible with cloth and leather constructions, there is usually no serious problem. But if the leather-cleaning process uses a fat liquor--animal or vegetable fat extracts--as a solvent additive, there will likely beundesirable effects on the cloth areas of such a combination garment.Fat liquors are 100% fatty acids, so the usual problems associated with fatty acids will be seen on the clothportions of a trimmed garment. These problems include streaks and swales on silks and sheer polyesters, aswell as oily residues, color losses and bleeds.buttonThe Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition | 2008 | The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Copyright 2008Columbia University Press. (Hide copyright information) Copyrightbutton knoblike appendage used on wearing apparel either for ornament or for fastening. Although buttons weresometimes used as fasteners by Greeks and Romans, they were more often merely ornamental disks. They firstbecame widely used when fitted garments came into use in the 13th cent., and their popularity has varied withthe changes in fashion. In the 16th cent. they were magnificent and were classed among the vanities; made ofsilver or gold and jeweled, they were often set in a long row touching one another. In the 17th cent. cloth-covered buttons with embroidered decoration were popular; buttons appeared on everything, evenhandkerchiefs. The Puritans, considering buttons a vanity, used hooks and eyes. Early settlers in North Americaoften used buttons in trading with the indigenous peoples. The manufacture of buttons began in the UnitedStates c.1826. Buttons, originally made...button knoblike appendage used on wearing apparel either for ornament or for fastening. Although buttons weresometimes used as fasteners by Greeks and Romans, they were more often merely ornamental disks. They firstbecame widely used when fitted garments came into use in the 13th cent., and their popularity has varied withthe changes in fashion. In the 16th cent. they were magnificent and were classed among the vanities; made ofsilver or gold and jeweled, they were often set in a long row touching one another. In the 17th cent. cloth-covered buttons with embroidered decoration were popular; buttons appeared on everything, evenhandkerchiefs. The Puritans, considering buttons a vanity, used hooks and eyes. Early settlers in North Americaoften used buttons in trading with the indigenous peoples. The manufacture of buttons began in the UnitedStates c.1826. Buttons, originally made of bronze or bone, have also been made of materials such as metal,porcelain, paste, wood, ivory, horn, pearl, glass, and plastic. There are two main types, those made with holesand those with shanks. The latter have a loop of metal let in through a hole or soldered into placelaceThe Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition | 2008 | The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Copyright 2008Columbia University Press. (Hide copyright information) Copyrightlace patterned openwork fabric made by plaiting, knotting, looping, or twisting. The finest lace is made from linenthread. Handmade laces include needlepoint and bobbin lace, tatting, crochet work , and some fabrics made bynetting and darning.Varieties of LaceLaces, often named for their location of origination, are of many types. Valenciennes is a fine, diamond-meshed
lace much used for trimmings and ruffles. Mechlin is of similar type, but filmier; torchon is a simple, loose lace,made and used by peasants all over Europe; Honiton, one of the fine English laces, has a net foundation withappliqués of delicate, handmade braid. Brussels is a rich lace of several varieties. Duchesse has exquisitepatterns with much raised work. Maltese is coarse and heavy, usually made of silk. Chantilly is a delicate meshwith ornate patterns, originally made of the yellowish undyed...lace patterned openwork fabric made by plaiting, knotting, looping, or twisting. The finest lace is made from linenthread. Handmade laces include needlepoint and bobbin lace, tatting, crochet work , and some fabrics made bynetting and darning.Varieties of LaceLaces, often named for their location of origination, are of many types. Valenciennes is a fine, diamond-meshedlace much used for trimmings and ruffles. Mechlin is of similar type, but filmier; torchon is a simple, loose lace,made and used by peasants all over Europe; Honiton, one of the fine English laces, has a net foundation withappliqués of delicate, handmade braid. Brussels is a rich lace of several varieties. Duchesse has exquisitepatterns with much raised work. Maltese is coarse and heavy, usually made of silk. Chantilly is a delicate meshwith ornate patterns, originally made of the yellowish undyed silk called blonde, later often dyed black. PointdEspagne is lace of gold or silver thread.A number of laces fall outside a strict classification. Guipure has a heavy pattern formed by a braid with a lessvaluable core covered with fine silk, gold, or silver thread. Limerick lace is tambour work on net. Renaissance orBattenberg lace is of heavy tape formed into a pattern and filled in with lace stitches. Carrickmacross is cutworklace. So-called English point or point dAngleterre is Flemish point, at one time smuggled into England andrenamed.Filet is a combination of knotting and darning, reminiscent of the earliest lace forms attempted. Cutwork, orvarious combinations of early lace forms with embroidery , also formed an important step in lace making. Thebetter-known knotted laces are tatting and macramé ; macramé evolved from the early Italian punto a groppo.Crocheted lace reached its finest development in Ireland. Knitted laces, for which many intricate patternssurvive, have been mainly of peasant use.Evolution of Lace MakingLace was developed prior to the 16th cent. from the drawn work, cutwork, and lacis (darning on squares of net)of the embroiderers craft. With drawn work, more and more threads were removed until the ground vanishedaltogether. A design was executed and its principal line supported the complete pattern. The first of such laces,reticella, originated in Venice and was based on geometric forms. Later, as laceworkers sought relief from therestrictions of symmetrical design, the illogical but beautiful designs of punto in aria (literally, a stitch in the air)were first created. The richest, most sumptuous of these needlepoint laces was the Venetian raised point of the17th cent.The vogue for lace began c.1540, and pattern books began to appear. Early reticella designs usually includedpointed or scalloped edges. By the time of Charles I lace was used extravagantly for both costume and interiordecorating; by 1643 lace making had become an established industry. In France patterns became increasinglymore detailed and delicate; the light, flowery point de France was used for every conceivable decorativepurpose. Later the laces of Alençon, Argentan, and Valencienne exemplified French style and design. Themaking of bobbin, pillow, or bone lace, which is mentioned as early as 1495, passed from Italy to Flanders,reaching its height of production there in the 18th cent.Machine-made lace first appeared c.1760, and by 1813 a bobbinet machine was perfected. After 1832 cottonthread somewhat replaced linen. In the 20th cent. many lace patterns have been revived and modified, andcalled Cluny lace. The chief modern centers of lace making are France, Belgium, England, Ireland, and Italy
There is always a high demand for fabric trim including fabric fringe, fabric cording, bullion fringe,and brush fringe, among others. People are looking for not only high quality in these textile accessoriesbut also their availability at affordable prices.These accessories are essential to ensure a fine finish to apparels as well as garments. The varieties infabric trim are so many that it may become difficult to find what you require even through onlinesources. However, if you search hard enough, you are bound to come across what you actually need.Fabric TrimLooking for an appropriate fabric trim to suit your purposes has become easier through online means.You will be able to locate the trims you seek to match with the latest fabrics as well as with traditionalfabrics. These trims are of highest quality and of latest styles.Those who are in the apparel and garment industry understand the value addition to their productswhen these high quality trims are used along with their designs.For an individual - a domestic user - just adding an attractive fabric trim to an existing item will notonly enhance its look but will make it look fresh and new.These are very decorative and come in various forms such as ribbons, laces, braids, and cord trims,among others; with beads, sequins, rhinestones, and other such materials. The ribbon trims can bejacquard, printed, or embroidered. They could have a golden and silver thread work in them. Thevariations are endless.In the same way, with the laces too you can opt for various designs in Venise Lace, Sheer Lace, andSheer Lace that is beaded, sequined, or embroidered.
The Variety In AccessoriesThere are so many varieties of textile accessories that can help enhance the look and value of yourproducts.The addition of a brush fringe to the upholstery enhances its look. These are available in many differentwidths and colors. A bullion fringe has a similar effect on different textile products.If you are looking for fabric cording, again the variety is endless in the number of colors and shadesavailable and in designs. The cords could be gold twisted, silver twisted, or a combination of two. Youcould opt for a cord in any color with either gold or silver edging or in any other combination. Theseare sold per yard, or in 20- or 30- or 50-yard length pieces. The variety in fabric fringe is also to beseen to be believed.No wonder that these accessories enhance the value of your garments and apparels. However, thosemarketing their fabric trims and other accessories online are keener to sell their wares in commercialquantities.You may be able to locate those who sell in huge commercial quantities and those who will supply insmaller quantity as well.An online search will show you so many varieties in different types of fabric trim, and attimes it becomes quite difficult to decide which will be more appropriate for yourrequirements!Material Girl to bring new dimension to Macys juniorsMarch 11, 2010 (USA)MG ICON, the newly formed joint venture between Madonna and Iconix Brand Group,Inc announced its first direct-to-retail license agreement with Macys, Inc. for the"Material Girl" collection. "Material Girl" is a newly created, fast-fashion juniorcollection that will launch exclusively in approximately 200 Macys stores and online inAugust 2010 for the back-to-school season.As part of the direct-to-retail agreement, Macys will have the opportunity to launchadditional brands with MG Icon in the future.The "Material Girl" collection was inspired and designed in collaboration with Madonnaand her daughter Lourdes, along with Iconix Brand Groups in-house fashion department.In addition to the back-to-school apparel collection, "Material Girl" will also launch in
multiple categories including footwear, handbags and jewelry. The strategy for growthwill include additional categories in the lifestyle and beauty sectors, including fragrance,beginning 2011 as well as a rollout into additional Macys stores.Neil Cole, CEO and Chairman, Iconix, stated, "We are excited to announce the first in aseries of new brands that will be developed under our partnership with Madonna.Material Girl has a powerful retail partner in Macys and we look forward to workingtogether to deliver an innovative launch for our consumers.""We believe that Material Girl will be a dynamic exclusive brand for Macys, and welook forward to working with Madonna, Lourdes and the Iconix team. Madonna is afashion icon who can bring a new dimension to our juniors customer," said Jeff Gennette,Macys chief merchandising officer. "Material Girl will enhance the excitement of fastfashion at Macys."Iconix Brand Group Inc
India : India’s largest display of accessories at KnitShow 2006 August 28, 2006The highlight at Knit Show 2006 was the options and variety. In the well known product line there was hostof options with participants from across the globe.There were several participants who were participating for the first time who were benefited by being at theshow and not to miss out the benefit to the visitors who were able to meet them and understand theproducts offered by them.Knit Show in short brought out the importance and vibrancy of the accessories segment through its sheersize and variety.Click here to view added highlights of machinery.The promoters of Knit Show informed that the visitor flow was better than last year and the participation hassteadily increased over the years and they have been able to offer facilities to the participants well in timeand hoped that the experience of the visitors was also pleasant.In all they felt that it has achieved the objective of presenting large number of accessories players to theindustry in Tirupur and its hinterland.Encouraged by the success of this edition they have already announced their 2nd edition of accessories,machinery and allied products show at Karur for the home textiles, commercially used textiles and made –ups.They also have plans of doing a show in Salem in the coming year. Next year the Knit show is scheduled tobe held in the month of August in the same premises.
India : India’s largest display of accessories at KnitShow 2006 August 28, 20066th edition of the annual accessories event KnitShow 2006 which concluded at Tirupur recently establishedits place as the premier event for the garment accessories and allied products and machineries.The show was inaugurated by A. Sakthivel, President of Tirupur Exporters Association in the presence ofcaptains of the industry. The four day event was held in the air-conditioned comforts spread over 6 halls withnearly 700 booths with over 370 companies participating from all parts of the global presenting a wide rangeof products and services.Accessories have a crucial role in enhancing the value of knit/ woven garments and other home textiles.They are the bits and pieces that are essential to make an article of clothing’s complete.They are also the high value components that embellish the garment adding value and giving it an edge inthe competitive market of today. The highlight of the show was the record number of accessoriesmanufacturers who were displaying their products from New Delhi, Mumbai, Andhra Pradesh and otherparts of the country.For the visitors it was options galore and bargain spree was seen with many customers comparing pricesand delivery time of each supplier and all the accessories suppliers were kept on their tenterhooks to attractthe attention and retain customers.In this backdrop an exclusive accessories tradeshow is a not-to-be-missed event for any garmentmanufacturer at least to know first hand latest collections offered by each trimming and embellishmentmanufacturer.
12Button Masala’ & ‘The Melting Architecture’ delight LFW audienceSeptember 21, 2009 (India)Anuj Sharma and Arjun Saluja gave trendy directions for Spring/Summer 2010 at Lakme Fashion Week.With buttons and button holes as a theme can a collection be created? Well, when the designer is AnujSharma anything is possible! His “Button Masala” collection gave the audience a lot to think above the nexttime they fasten their garments in the traditional manner. Allowing the wearer to join in with his creativetalents, Anuj felt that the humble button and its opening should be given importance on the ramp; sogarments had multiple possibilities as the wearer can change the silhouettes according her whims andfancies.Working around three colours – red, black and off-white with a touch of nude thrown, in Anuj sprinkled themwith multi-coloured buttons in grid pattern keeping the silhouette either tubular, toga like, asymmetric orslightly fluid. Balanced on multiple straps that were buttoned to the body of the garment, the collection wasideal for summer. Allowing the fabric to fall in its natural form over the body and then buttoning the garmentat various strategic points Anuj showed a simple but very effective line.His advice to budding designers is, to take a rectangular fabric, add a square grid of 1-2 inches and attachbuttons on intersecting points of the grid, and then fix straps, add button holes and then let your imaginationrun wild. But can everyone be as imaginative as Anuj Sharma is the question? Once more Anuj Sharmadelighted the wearer and the viewer with his strong creative directions.It was a structured collection that followed its title “The Melting Architecture” for women’s and men’s wearworked around solids and geometric, smudgy and micro check prints in black, brown, grey and white forcrepe, net, georgette and satin. Arjun Saluja for his label Rishta, proved once again that his offering for eachseason is something quite spectacular and unconventional.The silhouettes moved into a complex schemeas ruffled, tiered, geometric butterfly blouses or long tubes with front ruffles were balanced by men’s abstractprint dhoti and space age shirts or lungis which were the offering for the season.A black layered cape cover, a large all-in-one hooded checked grey silk dress, full salwars with black shirt ordraped capris for men were silhouettes that were purely part of a very unconventional line of garments.While the theme was very structured, the end result was a very flowing yet complex line for both men’s andwomen’s wear which will be a style statement from Arjun Saluja to watch out for during the coming season.
Lakme Fashion Week More Lakme Fashion Week News... More Fashion News - India More Fashion Association Org News - IndiaCourt approves merger of Bombay Rayon & Leela Scottish LaceDecember 05, 2008 (India)Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd has informed BSE that the Honble High Court of Judicature at Bombay hasapproved the Scheme of amalgamation of Leela Scottish Lace Pvt. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary with theCompany.The effective date of the aforesaid Merger is November 28, 2008.Bombay Rayon manufactures one of the most versatile and technically advanced fabrics and apparels inIndia, since 1986. BRFL fabric manufacturing facilities are 50 million metres per annum with garmentmanufacturing facilities are 35 million pieces per annum.Leela Scottish Lace, is among the top garment manufacturer and exporters in the country.Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd
More Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd News... More Apparel/Garments News - India More Apparel/Garments Company News - India India : Delegation to Russia, Japan to increase textiles sector trade March 22, 2007COIMBATORE:An Indian delegation will be on a weeks visit to Russia and Japan from April one to explore avenues toincrease trade in textiles sector.The delegation will be led by Union Textile Minister Shankarsinh Vaghela and would discuss various policyinitiatives taken by Government of Russia and seek possibilities for Joint Venture to invest on mutual benefitbasis, said M S Mathivanan, Chairman Powerloom Development and Export Promotion Council.The delegation would comprise members from PDEXCIL, Apparel Export Promotion Council, Cotton TextilesExport Promotion Council, Synthetic and Rayon Textile Export Promotion Council.Discussions will be held to develop skill development strategy and innovation and capitalisation of design inorder to increase competitiveness, by the delegation, Mathivanan said.It would visit the 9th International Trade Exhibition for Decorative Textiles and Window DECOTEX on April4 at Russia.The team will also visit major retail shops and malls to understand apparel trends.The delegation is scheduled to meet officials of Japan External Trade Organisation and Chief Officials ofYKK, leading zipper manufacturers.They would be visiting buyers and buyer associations in fields of textiles and visiting R and D centres inTokyo.The visit would help create more opportunities for powerloom sector and improve exports to these countries.
Arvind unveils ready-to-stitch denimsMarch 03, 2010 (India)Arvind Ltd, the Rs 25 billion turnover integrated textile manufacturer and apparel retailer has unveiled itslatest range of pretreated ready-to-stitch (RTS) denims under the brand name of Arvind Intellifabrix inAhmedabad.The new product has been developed through a research and development initiative of the denim divisionteam and will be available in two different lines; denim chinos and denim jeans. The price points have beenfixed between Rs 299 and Rs 450 per pack to be available in lengths of 1.3 meters.A special treatment and finish has been accorded to the RTS denims. The pack will also carry accessorieslike branded buttons, zipper, labels, rivets and even pocketing fabric and can be stitched at any regulartailoring shop.Mr Subir Mukherjee, Head, Sales and Marketing, Denim Fabrics told Fibre2fashion, “We are targeting theIndian workwear segment. People who dont find their perfect fit in the ready made segment can now wear apair of jeans/ chinos stitched to their measure.“Normally denim jeans are washed in an industrial laundry to take care of the superficial indigo colour andenhance touch and fill and since we have introduced some innovative finishes in the fabric itself so that afterstitching, a consumer can start wearing jeans or Chino trousers without any industrial wash.“Our range is in the right weight range for Indian weather and we are sure, the segment of consumers whofind a pair of ready made jeans either too flashy or too expensive will now have the option of wearing a pairof jeans of the highest quality and yet affordable.”Elaborating on the range he said, “This range includes single and two ply chinos and conventional denimfabrics and all fabrics are specially treated to enhance hand-fill and improve crocking values, along withwhich there are a wide range of designs and colours.”Fibre2fashion News Desk - India
More The Arvind Mills Limited News... More Apparel/Garments News - India More Apparel/Garments Company News - IndiaLattice motifs add to beauty of ensembles from DeepikaOctober 21, 2008 (India)For easy resort wear, the cruise collection by Deepika Gehani for Spring/Summer 2009 at Lakme FashionWeek will be a great addition in every womans wardrobe during the coming season.She called it A "Patch of Paradise" and that is exactly what the collection was. Flowing chic dresses andtunics in a mélange of prints and luxurious silhouettes had a look that was a little reminiscent of the 70s aspalazzo pants, floor length gowns and kaftans floated down the ramp.The tiered layered skirts with asymmetric hemlines and the interesting lattice work motifs added to thebeauty of the ensembles. When on a cruise or a holiday.Minis were tiered and fringed with lace and tassels, harem pants were worn with pin tuck jackets, drapedhalter gowns, tiered and rouched long maxis, lame kurtas with wide pants, printed dogri pants with kurtaswere all long and fluid.An eye catcher was a shaded yellow figure hugging mini and a pair of gold shorts with a sexy top. The one
shoulder was a favoured style for most of the dresses to give the garments that ultra glam holiday feel.Deepika ended the show with Bollywood starlet Masumeh in a regal pale green lehenga choli and dupattashimmered down the ramp to wild applause.There was a pleasant mix of the western and ethnic chic in Deepika Gehanis "Patch of Paradise" offeringfor the coming season; which will create a glam look for the wearer, as she moves from dawn to dusk instylish creations. India : Hooks & loops maker Sky Industries ties up with Dyno LLC August 13, 2007Sky Industries Ltd has informed that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held onJuly 31, 2007, has announced signing of agreement of Sky Industries Ltd (SKY) with Dyno LLC(d/b/a Dyno Merchandise) (DYNO), USA for supply of Narrow Fabric Products for the period ofthree years.Expected sales volume of SKY will be US$ 2,000,000 to US$ 2,200,000 to DYNO on annualbasis. With this agreement coming into effect SKY will consolidate its market share position in thenarrow fabric segment and will focus all its endeavour to develop the product, its applicability andits international market share.The management of SKY believes that this is a very unique opportunity for SKY to participate inthe establishment of a new and large underserved channel of distribution for our products.We are proud to be INDIAS LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF HOOK AND LOOP TAPEFASTENERS with a monthly production capacity of 86 lac meters from our state of artmanufacturing facility at New Bombay.We are also the LARGEST MANUFACTURER of all kinds of elastics and other narrow fabricsand recipient of Golden Trophy from the Government of India, for the highest exports from India.Sky Industries Ltd More Apparel/Garments News - India More Apparel/Garments Company News - India
Garknit-X Kolkata : revitalising technologyNovember 06, 2008 (India)5th edition of GarKnit-X – Kolkata, an International Trade Show on apparel, knitting, leather andjute technology fabric & accessories, will take place at Milan Mela Ground, Kolkata fromNovember 07 - 09, 2008.Kolkata is getting a lot of attention for right reason and Garment & Leather Industry never hadbetter than this. The fact the Government is keen to ensure that textile industry looks up hashelped this sector tremendously.GarKnit-X Kolkata also has such huge growth. The 3rd edition was 4 times bigger than thesecond show and 5th edition will be the biggest ever technology show happening over in EastIndia. This edition has already built up good demand, as the leading players have alreadyconfirmed their participation.Its the right time to invest in Kolkata, hence book your stall right away!!Product Profile- Apparel, Leather, Knitting & Jute Technology : Sewing, Cutting, Finishing, Embroidery, Fusing,Laundry, Printing.- Knitting Machines : Fabrics Trimming & Embellishment, Dyes & Chemicals, Software,CAD/CAM, Print & Packing, Laboratory, Support Services & Trading Publication etc.Garknit-X More Apparel/Garments News - India More Apparel/Garments Fair Show News - IndiaTitan launches Orion inspired by astral wonders of universeDecember 18, 2008 (India)
Titan announced the launch of Orion, a unique range of watches inspired by the astral wonders ofthe universe. Orion celebrates the intelligence and masculinity of todays men.In Greek Mythology, Orion was a giant and a great hunter, known for his looks and intelligence.He wore a beautiful leather belt around his waist and had a sword running down his beltconsisiting of bright stars.The bold look expressed in the dials and the beautiful leather belt symoblised as the leatherstraps in the collection makes the wearer unravel the Orion in him. It is a collection of watchesinspired by the last unexplored frontier and the stars that guide the way.Orion from Titan salutes the original spirit of exploration in a modern world. This internationallydesigned collection is loaded with chronograph, retrograde and multi-function features that willadd a lot more excitement to ones wardrobe. The collection consists of 15 sophisticated styles,priced up to Rs. 8,000/-.Speaking at the launch of Orion, Mr. Harish Bhat, COO - Titan Watches said, "We are extremelyhappy to launch our most awaited collection of the year- Orion. These are world-class watches forthe discerning Global Indian who has formal yet bold expression of style.In many ways it personifies his ambition, capability and classy lifestyle. We are especially proudof this collection as it is the first from the Titan stable to be launched in both our domestic andInternational markets simultaneously".Orion from Titan is targeted at those new generation achievers who have an eye for quality anddetail. Some of the watches in the collection have features like chronographs measuring to theaccuracy of 1/20th of a second with sub dials on minutes, seconds and hours.Leather straps crafted exclusively in different hues of blue, brown and black add to itssophistication. The bold metal body of the watch has been created in stainless steel, yellow androse gold finish to provide varied style options to this demanding customer.TitanFossil launches all new range of Leather & Eyewear collectionMay 14, 2009 (India)
Fossil India one of the largest fashion accessory companies in India has launched its much-awaited range of ‘Leather accessories’ and ‘Sunglasses’ collection in India. Drawing inspirationfrom the ‘Modern Vintage’ theme products from both collections are fused with modernism tocreate an authentic look and feel that is in tune with contemporary fashion.The Fossil ‘Leathers Collection’ comprises of belts and wallets for men. The leathers are sourcedacross the world and processed using eco-friendly techniques to give a variety of looks -crunched, smooth full grain and semi glazed. The leathers are exquisitely hand crafted in some ofthe best workshops in the world before they get the Fossil stamp.• Belts are available across categories - Jeans, Casual and Reversible. Contemporary metalbuckles are finished distinctively in looks of pewter, brass, gunmetal, gold and silver, dependingon the style. Each design is offered in a minimum of four sizes, selected to suit typical Indianwaists.• Wallets are available across categories - Flyby, Evans Zip, Aiden, Chicago and Front Pocket.Custom-made linings and logos in stamped metal or deep embossing enhance the modernvintage look. Packaged in distinctive tin boxes, the wallets are a pleasure to own and to gift.The ‘Eyewear range’ primarily focuses on signature patterns inspired by natural modern materialswhich defines the Fossil 2009 collection. The collection aimed both at men and woman has aconcentrated effort on novelty which is sure to attract ardent admirers.The women’s collection constitutes collections:• ‘Iconic hardware’ which compliments all occasions with its distinct features and also makes for acomfortable option this summer• ‘Signature pattern’ exhibits exuberant floral cut designs befitted in plastic frames• To add splatters of color to your look this summer try the ‘Art of color’ collection. Classic aviatorsin gradient lenses set in a thin metal frame to grab attention• Stick to the basics with the ‘Natural elements’ collection that has sunglasses with gradientlenses set in a plastic frame with metal cut-out detailing to compliment the simple classic taste ofa lady• Add that extra verve into your attire with the ‘Sparkle and shine’ collection. Oversizedsunglasses with gradient lenses are set in a sleek plastic frame with sparkling stone detail at thehinges. This collection definitely sets an eye on design.The men’s collection is created keeping in view the archetypal, dynamic & experimentalman:• The ‘Classic Connection’ explores the basic look which focuses on simple & clean styling for theday look• The ‘Architexture’ collection has clear emphasis New logo plaques, streamlined styling. It fits thelook for a dynamic man who is an aficionado of the contemporary look• In the ‘Natural Modern’ collection wooden highlights have been used extensively to maintain theexclusive feel to the collection
The Fossil eyewear collection in totality fuses the modern vintage look with clear styling elements.The collection encompasses all the refined styles for this season to create a fashion avowal atevery occasion.Fossil India Pvt. Ltd. More Fossil Inc News... More Fashion News - India More Fashion Company News - India