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Kargha - Festive Collection Promises Royalty & Luxury

Posted on September 12 2020

Coming Soon…. Our Festive Collection Promises Royalty & Luxury- ‘Kargha’

Panache Haute Couture is the world’s preferred choice for Indian Ethnic Fashion that sets new customer delight standards every day. This festive time ensures an extensive collection of clothes that are available with deep discounts and attractive offers. This Karwa Chauth and Diwali, rejoice the joy of closeness with the Kargha Collection that is soon to be launched by Panache Haute Couture.

Kargha- Festival Collection

Kargha is referred to as a famous hand-weaving device. A loom or Handloom is a device used to weave cloth. The major principle of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to ease the interlacing of the weft threads. The loom's precise shape and its mechanics may differ, but the main function remains the same.

Kargha- Festival Collection

India is known for all cultures and colourful festivals; it is renowned for counting the rituals and customs no matter how promptly we are developing. India is the wealthiest countries in cultures that have as many cultures as its population. Festive Season is knocking the door and there is nothing like rocking the perfect outfit to complete your ultimate festive vibes.

Rejoice this festival season with Kargha Collections - traditional and yet cosmopolitan, Kargha’s exquisite selection of sarees, suits, salwar kameez, finely embellished with zari; sequins embroidery will add that final spark to your traditional glamour. 

Kargha- Festival Collection

Pick from our handloom collection designer sarees along with handloom fabrics Salwar Kameez for Karwa Chauth and Diwali and foray an impression with your ethnic Indian look with the Kargha Collection at Panache Haute Couture. We curate a range of sarees that takes the combined effort of four weavers anywhere between three to four months of time, sometimes, even more, to weave a single saree. This one of a kind weaves, mainly made from silk, is a double Ikat and combines the techniques of weaving, dyeing and tying.

Kargha- Festival Collection

So, this festival season, be ready to flaunt your ethnic culture vibe and put your fashion foot forward for those glittering evenings. Gear up in eternal Banarasi or Varanasi Sarees, spectacular fusion sets, and charming Salwar Suits to shine at the festivities with our Kargha Collection, which is to be launched soon. So, stay tuned for this new collection.

 

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