Kitsch introduces Summer 2011 collections of multiple brands

Kitsch introduces Summer 2011 collections of multiple brands

March 2011: It’s the spring season which calls for some colour and style! Sashay down the road in must-have trends, looks and styles which are entirely modern, fresh and irresistible. Just go to Kitsch boutique to pick your choice from Spring 2011 collections by Alexander McQueen, Diane Von Furstenberg, Elise Overland, Halston Heritage, Lanvin and Stella McCartney.

Kitsch gives a quick review of what you should not be seen without this spring! Starting with the timeless classic and almost every season’s staple, white, from head-to-toe and pairing it with eye-popping, gorgeous bright with a fruity punch or sophisticated, feminine shades of blush and coral as well as spring’s neutrals. Also available is a range of khakis and tans inspired by the sands of the desert plains. Playsuits, mini dresses, skirts and shorts are popular this season with layering in clothes and an extensive use of fabrics like lace, organza and georgette.

This season men’s collection is equally colossal, bold and barbaric with biker influenced jackets and lots of junk jewellery. Gold brocade coats, vermillion velvet, baggy trousers, rough linen, and aboriginal silk prints are an absolute hit!

Denim has gone wide with flares or wide leg trousers. Along with this, the drama of a floor sweeping, statement making maxi skirt or dress is back again this season. A perfect finish calls for a gorgeous handbag styled in a neutral leather or exotic skin, and the must have accessory of the season - the wedge sandal.

Available at: Kitsch, 48 Dr V. B. Gandhi Marg, Kalaghoda, Mumbai | Kitsch Boutique, DLF Emporio, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

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