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10 New Fashion Launches To Ring In Diwali In Style

Bookmark these latest styles to add to your festive wardrobe.

Tejashee Kashyap

If you are shopping for Diwali and still adding looks to your wishlist, take a look at our festive style curation that will help you with the latest launches for the festive season. From traditional to contemporary, let your Diwali style be simple and sexy. Now don't wait for last-minute shopping and take your pick from these unusual and new styles. Here's the latest styles from our favourite homegrown brands for Diwali: 

Zee Zest’s new fashion guide helps you get dressed to the nines:

1. Maati, trueBrowns

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trueBrowns has a new festive edit. Titled, Maati, the collection has been unveiled in association with actor Chitrangda Singh. The range presents an alluring collection of bandhani prints, quintessential for the upcoming festive days. The collection consists of fusion wear with ethnic silhouettes and modern cuts, ranging from co-ord sets, kurta sets, pre-draped sarees with belts, kaftans, long dresses, and skirt sets in a wide range of hues - from dainty pastels to festive brights.

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2. Seher, Ease Studio

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Mumbai-based designer brand, Ease Studio has launched their festive collection titled, Seher. From ethnic co-ord sets to lehengas and sarees, the collection is a vibrant one, apt for the festive season. The edit brings an amalgamation of bright patterns and beautiful embroidery in modern silhouettes. 

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3. Anavila, Kagaj Baha

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Designer Anavila Misra’s festive collection is a celebration of bright happy colours. Titled, Kagaj Baha, the edit is a line-up of linen sarees and separates designed with hand-drawn motifs and detailed bougainvillaea prints. Among Anavila's festive edit, silk cord sets and zari garden shirts come woven in linen, satin, and zari details for an effortless, breezy feel. Additionally, it features linen sarees in solid festive tones, unusual plaids, stripes, and metallic looks. “I have worked with Santhali craftspeople for years studying their intricate khatwa (applique) work. I remember then hearing peals of laughter as children ran around the village delighted at the bloom of bougainvillaea, or Kagaj Baha as they called it. These are memories that always put a smile on my face and remind me of the simple pleasures in life. I wanted to infuse this festive collection with that same sense of joy and wonder filling it with striking visuals like the bougainvillea does in every corner,” the designer explains. 

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4. Festive Collection, Cloth Haus

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Cloth Haus has come up with a new festive collection weaved in metallic brocade and shiny velvets. The edit has a line-up of a variety of silhouettes for everyone - from co-ord sets, kimonos, and jackets to dresses. The line-up includes apparel weaved in unique and artsy prints, apt to add sparkle and glam to your festive looks. 

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5. Ridhi Mehra X Indya

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Ethnic fusion-wear brand, Indya has collaborated with designer Ridhi Mehra for its festive collection. The line includes sarees that are elevated with romantic ruffles and embellished belts, shararas designed with elevated cuts, jumpsuits with voluminous flares, cascading kurtas, and short capes in sheer fabrics for a vibe that is playful yet poised. From dewy ivory and soft pastels to lush pinks and bright beaming yellows, the shades set the tone for the season. “The initial influence would be the vision of curating a powerful yet delicate collection,” adds the ace designer. Topped with bohemian motifs and bandhani prints, floral thread work, and tonal sequins, the collection makes dressing up an effortless yet indulgent affair for the festivities.

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6. River X Amazon Fashion

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Amazon’s fashion arm has partnered with River, a multi-designer brand, for the third season and is presenting a collection curated in association with celebrity designers Narendra Kumar and Rajdeep Ranawat. The edit brings a line-up of everyday wear to festive wear with a palette of bright colours and prints. From kurtis to dresses, jumpsuits to tops and trousers, the collection has a festive spin on regular silhouettes.

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7. Fiza, Qbik

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Delhi-based designer brand, Qbik by Vrinda Sachdev and Gurinder Singh has a new collection, celebrating the exquisiteness of Kashmiri motifs. Titled, Fiza, the collection presents an edgy line-up of silhouettes weaved on rich fabrics like velvet, pashmina silk and matka silk, presented with a modern ethnic treatment. The silhouettes are effortless, wearable, classic and chic to welcome a modern festive look. There are sharara sets, corset blouses, and classic lehengas along with the inclusion of body suits and bikini tops paired with pants. For men, there is a plethora of options in kurta sets, sherwanis, bandhgalas and nehru jackets, all paired with trousers or churidars. Even the colour combinations add a distinctive touch to the line-up - you can find eclectic colour combinations like reds, coral, pistachio green, pink and mustard, along with deep blues and maroon. The use of opaque stones, beads cutdana, and zardosi embroidery techniques creates a glamorous effect, ideal for wearing during the festive season.

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8. Dilam, House Of Kotwara

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House Of Kotwara by designer Sama Ali showcases a bridal couture collection ahead of the festive season. The label is known for its ancient embroidery techniques of chikankari, zardosi and applying them in both traditional and contemporary silhouettes. Titled, Dilam, the collection is elegant to the core with a rich display of delicate florals and embroidery techniques. With embellished brocades, velvets, organzas and Benarasi net, the edit is a dreamy one with an old-world charm allure. 

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9. Banjara, Ritu Kumar

Designer Ritu Kumar’s festive-winter collection imbibes the sentiment of nostalgia and the quest to travel and breathe in the wild. Statement dresses, easy separates, jackets and versatile pieces accented with intricate embroidery and patchwork make up the collection, titled, Banjaara. Ritu Kumar's characteristic patchwork with brocades and embroidery, as well as her signature jamawar and paisley work on silks, velvets, and jacquards, are intricately featured in the collection. The palette of sandy browns, brick reds and moss green are indicative of the fall season. 

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10. Amber, Shantnu & Nikhil

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Celebrated designer duo Shantanu & Nikhil has unveiled their 2022 couture collection, ‘Amber’. Launched just in time for the festival season, the collection features ivory, mint and pastel hues, with an emphasis on tie-dye, drapes and embellishments. Among the occasion wear pieces for men are sheer shirts, draped kurtas, sherwanis and bandhgalas incorporating crafts such as geometric threadwork, quilting and beading. For women, gowns, sari-gowns and lehengas are on offer, embellished with beads, rhinestones and faux leather accents.  Moreover, the collection emphasises ‘high relax-wear’ - a new category inspired by athleisure and loungewear. 

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