Make this valentine beautiful with Designer couple Kapil and Mmonika’s latest collection

Add dazzle and style to your wardrobe this Valentine as India’s First Fashion Couple Designer Kapil and Mmonika presents their latest collection for its discerning customers, according to a media statement.

The collection offers a complete shopping experience to all its customers by presenting beautiful gowns, tunics, short dresses, Anarkali suits, Sarees, Kurtis, skirts, Indo western dresses, lehenga for women and formals,Nehru jackets, sherwani, Coat, stylist Kurta Payjama for men.
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People looking for trendy Valentine collection won’t be disappointed with India’s First Fashion Couple Designer Kapil and Mmonika’s latest collection. Their latest Collection is the culmination of several years of experience in designer wear with touch of fusion and stylish collection for men, a journey which is rooted deeply in exquisite creations, innovative designs and personalized attention to its clientele .

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The forte of the brand lies in its unique and innovative blending of colours, textures, patterns and silhouettes. Traditional Indian silhouettes like the kalidar, saree lehenga and choli get a complete new twist with unusual mix-n-match techniques.

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Rich fabrics like brocade,velvet,silk and benarasi  weaves are  intertwined  together with gorgeous embellishments, textures and detailing. The ensembles evoke a sense of powerful grandeur in terms of  the colour palette and silhouette execution  but at the same time retain a touch of soft feminity.  Saree framed with jackets style blouse, kalidar  kurtas with shrugs, saris with peplum blouses create a brilliant mélange of styles and wear ability options.
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India’s First Fashion Couple Designer Kapil and Mmonika’s trendy Valentine collection is the perfect showcase for the richness and traditions of Indian workmanship with the perfect combination and touch of westernization. The collection blends Indian heritage with international trends to create a look that is global in the true sense of the form.  Amalgamating traditional fabrics and techniques with an innovative presentation.
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Each and every piece of clothing is handled with minute care and observation thus ensuring its worth as an ultimate item of high and luxury. Heavy ornamentation   and strong colors come hand in hand with muted textures and washed out surface treatments, fusing together Indian craftsmanship and innovative western silhouettes.

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Designer Kapil Arora could well have been leading the life of your average Delhi industrialist had it not been for a quirk of fate. Untrained formally in fashion, but used to wearing the best of clothes and accessories and with fine design sensibilities, Arora decided to take up the challenge of creating an outfit when a leading Delhi designer spoiled a gown that he was supposed to make for Kapil’s wife, Monika. This was more than five years ago. Kapil took on the challenge of creating a beautiful and well-crafted outfit at a short notice. And succeeded. What he created not only lived up to his wife’s expectations—always a tough task (!) —but also got his friends, family and neighbours talking. This was to be the starting point for a small, family-owned company, initially called ‘Monika’s Clothing’, that Kapil and Monika set up, beginning their eventful, if not long, journey into the world of high fashion.
Mmonika is a  designer from the label Kapil and MMonika , being a part of the fashion industry for many years. She hails from an industrialist background . The self-trained designer has a keen eye for aesthetics and interesting interpretation of traditional Indian craftsmanship, soon had a steady and growing clientele.

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