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Autumn-Winter Collection 2020 - ‘HOSATANA’
The new fashion line includes pocket-friendly garments and many first-time collections
To commemorate an unprecedented year, Latha Puttanna has released an unprecedented collection for Autumn-Winter 2020.
Labelled ‘HOSATANA’, the collection celebrates newness with a range of sarees, salwars, and lehengas. Available in light and easy chiffons, organzas, and georgettes, this collection holds an old-world charm – with features such as British-sleeved organza blouses and belts. The key feature of the garments is that they have been coordinated with Latha Puttanna classics.
In a first in Latha Puttanna’s 28-year history, the brand has unveiled a gorgeous new collection of exclusive dupattas – named ‘MUSUKU’, meaning veil in Kannada. Inspired by classic pieces, these dupattas are available in net, organza, Karnataka silk and the classic Latha Puttanna tissue, and have been decorated with hand embroidery, applique and kalamkari work. The garments in this collection have been designed for versatility and can be worn with both Indian and Western outfits for a wedding-ready look.
Another first for the brand is a new collection of traditional clothing for little girls. The garments are available in 5 distinct colours and 3 sizes i.e. for girls aged 3, 6, and 9 years, which can be altered to be worn for another 2 years. In addition, these pieces can be coordinated with Latha Puttanna Classics, making them perfect sartorial choices for mother-daughter ensembles.
Perhaps the most striking thing about the brand’s latest collection is the price tag. Considering the long-standing effects of the pandemic, this new collection has been designed to be more affordable, while still retaining the grandeur and luxury of designer clothing.