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Home to world famous designers, fashionistas and high-end stores, Monaco continues to make an impression on the fashion map. The Monaco Government Tourist Bureau has associated with Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016, August 24-28, for the second time in a row to enhance the destination’s appeal in the India market. Monaco Tourism will be sponsoring the presentation of designer Sanjay Garg who will showcase his collection entitled: Monkey Business. Fabrics used are Gajji Silk, Mashru, and Kadhwa. Engineered layout panel, different tissues and metallics, quilting, wool, silk, digital prints, textures from Varanasi and Chanderi are other major highlights. The collection is expected to entice people who are planning their festive outfits with a unique and modern outlook.
Rajeev Nangia, director, Monaco Government Tourist Bureau-India, said, “We are proud to partner with Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 for second time in a row as it celebrates yet another facet of the destination. Monaco continues to make an impression on the fashion map and is indisputably one of the world’s stylish destinations. Therefore, this association with LFW gives the right platform to showcase the splendour to global Indians who are today well-travelled.”
Monaco is a popular hotspot for the rich and famous from around the world. Every year, the city welcomes scores of celebrities, business tycoons, sports stars and couples who come to its shores. In recent times, a number of Indians have travelled to Monaco for a wedding, leisure and honeymoon. Monaco features over 4,000 luxurious brands, including Gucci, Dior, Lanvin, Sonia Rykiel, FRED, Valentino and Cartier, amongst others. (Sources: financialexpress.com, traveltrendstoday.com)
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