Dress up your Valentine in style

New Delhi, Feb 6 (IANS) How about pampering your lady love with fashion designer Kiran Uttam Ghosh's special Valentine's Day offerings? Try gifting her a one-piece dress for a glamorous look or a stylish angarkha suit for an ethnic get-up.

Her clothes aren't overtly feminine, but are likely to pamper your Valentine.

"My designs interpret masculine pieces with underlying femininity, occasionally toying with the boundaries of androgyny," Ghosh, a veteran designer, said in a statement.

Her collection comprises long, pleated one-piece red dress with antique zari neck details, paired with a grey jacket. Also, there is a rust georgette angarkhas waistcoat with antique gold Moresque embroidery.

The designer has also used lot of accessories including anklets and arm bands.

Ghosh feels her clothes are understated and can appeal to those who do not like to go overboard with jazzy clothes.

"Our label has defied categorisation, and our clothes are understated, with silhouettes, characteristic and textures that refuse to be bracketed by terms such as eastern or western," said Ghosh.

The collection is available at Ogaan stores.


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