Shoes To Sherwanis, Here Are December’s Hottest New Fashion Launches

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You’ve come to the right place if you’re a shopping fanatic like us, constantly yearning for a wardrobe refresh. We’ve compiled a list of the most exciting fashion news from this month. Here are our top picks..

1. Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika 

Papa Don't Preach Shoes

Have you ever fantasised about having a Cinderella moment? Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika has you covered with an exclusive Christmas drop, Midnight’s Babe, a 100% handcrafted, cruelty-free, vegan shoe, a perfect companion for your NYE ensembles. Dance the night away with these elves, something that is both glamorous and comfy to shake a leg in. With its techni-color pointed toe, dazzling glass beads, and golden accents, these vegan stilettos make for a great way to elevate any party ensemble.

Available for pre-order at papadontpreach.com

2. Outhouse 

Outhouse, a homegrown accessory brand, recently launched their OH poppi Bucket bags, and there is something here to suit all tastes. There is the undeniable finesse of course,  but there is good news for all sustainable fiends out there. This pochette is made from PETA approved vegan leather, crafted by local craftsmen, making it the perfect combination of style and sustainability. Adding a little drama to complement its look is their all new 22kt gold finish OH poppi monogram.

Available at outhouse-jewellery.com

3. Kshitij Jalori

Fashion by Kshitij Jalori

Kshitij Jalori, the Delhi-based textile designer who debuted in 2018, has swiftly established himself as a household name. What sets the designer apart is his trademark combination of modern and traditional elements in his designs. His recently launched bridal capsule collection, inspired by the royal Qajar Dynasty, includes clean, structured silhouettes combined with timeless brocades and intricate embroideries. This is a regal take on modern minimalism. Elevating our festive wardrobe, the collection is the answer to all our fashion emergencies, featuring a variety of versatile pieces. 

Available at kshitijjalori.com

4. One Less

One Less Collection

Launched in 2020, One Less, a homegrown sustainable fashion brand is committed to functioning both sustainably and ethically. Their goal is to make sustainable fashion accessible, using a variety of organic fibers and natural dyes sourced and processed entirely in India. In addition to their sustainable practices, their ideology is to keep things simple when it comes to design- with minimal, clean, gender fluid, everyday wear comfortable clothing. The gender-neutral label has recently launched their androgynous cotton sweatsuit collection that is a perfect example of when comfort meets style. 

Available at oneless.co.in

5. Kunal Rawal

Kunal Rawal, a celebrity designer who melds a modern eye with an artisanal approach, a connoisseur in men’s fashion has recently launched a new kidswear collection – BOYHOOD. Designed for boys aged 4-16 years, the collection maintains the brand’s signature silhouettes and intricate thread work techniques, with an emphasis on comfort and functionality. Integrating the classics with the contemporary spirit, Kunal Rawal has been pushing the boundaries of fashion with his unique aesthetics.

Available at kunalrawalofficial.com

6. MoonRay

Moonray collection image

Co-founder of a couture label, Jade by Monica & Karishma, Karishma Swali has launched her new free-spirited fashion label, MoonRay, along with her daughter Avantika, the label is an expression that combines their love for design and craft with their passion for inclusion. The fashion maven’s new launch, celebrates time-less, cruelty-free and craft-conscious fashion. Along with their sustainable practices, 50% of their profits will be invested in children’s education and animal welfare.

Available at moonray.in

7. Tasva

 

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A connoisseur of Indian couture, Tarun Tahiliani, who is constantly changing the narrative of Indian fashion has recently launched his contemporary Indian menswear brand, Tasva, in association with Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail limited, just briefly after the the group announced their investment of 33 percent stake in the brand earlier this year. The brand was launched in Banaras on the banks of the Ganges, combining traditional arts and contemporary functionality of Indian wear. Crafted for the confident, carefree Indian man, Tasva aims to set you free from the conformities with its carefully designed classic and modern kurtas, bundis, jodhpuris, sherwanis, shoes, jooties, accessories and more.

Available at https://tasva.com/

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