Sindhura at Lina Tipnis Show for Rudraksh

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Lina Tipnis, a name synonymous with diffusion clothing and prêt, has carved a niche in the fashion arena by moving both genres with innovative styling. The label is known for its innovation, impeccable finish and distinctive look which combines classic elegance with soft sensuality.

The collection is an invitation to celebrate India with its glorious heritage, splendid jewels, carefully woven textiles and illustrious craftsmanship.
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The colors of vegetable dyes, such as indigo, emerald green, beige, black, mahogany, haldi and kumkum make up the palette for this collection.

Even though the silhouettes are clean and emphasize the natural curves of the body, they are a synthesis of Indian and global sensibilities, the garments have a linear pleating texture integrating the geometric motifs usually seen on ikkat fabrics.

The label appeals to a sensibility for which fashion is an extension of the personality – classic, styled with threads of quirky intelligence.

The SS-09 line had a special sequence inspired by McKay – a cartoon protagonist created by the designer. The ultimate Diva (at least in his head), McKay lives beyond his means, loves to look good, socialize and be the centre of attention…. always …..What we love about him is his imperfect beauty, his flamboyance and how he totally lives it up !

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This cartoon couture collection includes mating insects shirts, linear dragonflies shift dresses ( representing disciplined migration), crab mentality shirt dresses- each visually delivering the theme discussed on fashionable ensembles.

The pink postage stamp shirt dress – represents India today and the aspirations (macbook air, the iphone, the poodle, etc.).

The McKay and his solitaire outfit represents the sentiments of “my rock is bigger than yours” and the ultimate Superstar ensemble of raining diamonds – the frogs on the branch wear sunglasses on a night blue background with diamonds raining……

Lina Tipnis provides an intelligent blend of consumers’ tastes through fashionable and sensible fabrics, ensuring the patron is dressed with personality.

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