Lucknow is known for its rich cultural heritage, artistic work and intricacy. This time Shades of India has captivated the detailing the Nawabi city and the classic era through their Bagh collection. The collection speaks of the grandeur of Persian garden, which is only found in prose & poetry. With the advent of spring, the pastel colours evoke the feel of the season. The collection depicts the confluence of vintage culture and the western outlook. Apart from the regular pastel shades in greens and pinks, Bagh collection also brings forth a distinct array of colours like tint, almond, orchid, soft gold & silver metallic. While kurta pyjamas and saris never go out of style, Bagh presents the ethnic attire with a twist of quirk and bohemian sense.
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.