Anuradha Raman launches stoles, target everyone (With Images)September 5th, 2012 - 2:12 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) Designer Anuradha Raman, known for giving Indian handlooms a contemporary and modern twist, has unveiled her first collection of silk and cotton stoles for the patrons of Indian textiles.
“From a college-going girl to a professional women, there is one piece of Anuradha Raman for everyone,” the designer said in a statement.
The collection offers a range of hand-blocked, hand woven and hand-embroidered stoles and they can either be worn as a “dupatta” or can simply be used as wraps.
“This is the first time I am doing stoles using silk and cotton with vibrant colours that are signature of my style. These stoles can be worn over tunic or top and can be easily teamed up with Indian attire,” she said.
Her clientele boasts of popular names like Kirron Kher, Dolly Thakore, Bubbles Sabharwal, Lushin Dubey and Brinda Karat,
The price range starts from Rs.2,500.
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