With Eid on the horizon, we all aspire to portray ourselves in our finest form. This begins with wearing the most exceptional attires we may find, and with Klubhaus and its fine clothing, fused with distinctive artwork, why look any further?
This year, the exclusive retailer is delving into the vast archive of heritage created by British textile designer William Morris to bring us a collection that is quintessentially carrying his creative oeuvre back to life.
Klubhaus has essentially emphasised on three themes this Eid; a collection that pays tribute to William Morris, a tribal summer line that focuses on embroidery, beadwork, and cross-stitch. Lastly, they have the regular pastel assembly based basic summer collection for every day comfortable wear.
The William Morris collection is uniquely founded on conveying William Morris’s art to life. Klubhaus attempts exclusivity in terms of collection and theme during every season and every festival.
This year, they have picked six of his geometrical floral pattern. This is used as digital print on selected fabrics such as silk and cotton, and accentuated it in many outfits using zardosi and pattern work.
This line of attire will bring back the British art collection in trend and fuse it with eastern style and will be known as #WearAPieceOfArt.
Keeping the sweltering heat in mind, the silhouettes and structure used for the Morris collection is airy and flowy. Together with the use of lightweight silk and cotton makes it perfect for the summer without losing the essence of the festivity of Eid.
Klubhaus has introduced a diverse assembly of clothes that is a ranging in Ethnic, Western and Indo-western style. They offer fashion wear for men, women, and girls and boys of all age. This includes traditional kurtis, anarkalis, shalwar kameez, to saris, skirts, pants, tops, etc. for women, and T-shirts, shirts, summer suits and blazers, formal pants to panjabis, and sherwanis for men.
Klubhaus firmly believes in re-inventing William Morris’s patterns into traditional and western silhouettes as wearable art is the most stylish fashion trend in the global platform right now. Therefore, as a fashion forward nation, Bangladesh should not be lagging behind.
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