This festive season, Rustorange presents the “MERAKI” collection that is rooted in the traditions of Indian culture and looks great every day. Meraki comes from a Greek word that means doing something with soul, creativity, and love. Their new festive collection launch goes in the direction of this philosophy, with Meraki passionately creating the perfect blend of sustainable modern wardrobe essentials maintaining a balance between elegance, fusion, and style. and assembles on those styles that everyone wishes to have in their closet.
Krystle D’souza styled by Dinky Nirh launched this festive collection from Rustorange and looked every bit gorgeous giving the festive vibes that will trend this season. The collection is a sonnet to the contradictions we live with every day with dexterity. It features a variety of festive tones on modest modern textures and cuts, highlighting the rich vibrant traditions and culture of our heritage, smoothly amalgamating convenience with style. While a woman is very conscious about her appearance, we make sure our every diva looks stunning regardless of their body shape, be it on any occasion or just another normal day with a wide range of options available to glam up and feel good about yourself. The collection features garments so vibrant, eye-catchy, and stylish that it becomes impossible for anyone to overlook these beauties.
Rustorange is a 100% sustainable D2C Indian Fashion brand, started in the year 2016 by three B-school friends Samik Sarkar, Shashank Agnihotri, and Kuvalaya Singh. Rustorgange purely performs through innovation-driven culture by adopting data-driven solutions and interactive experiences to build its retail models which they call Democratic Fashion. Therefore, making the collections of the people, by the people, for the people.
Commenting on the launch, the Co-founder Samik Sarkar said, “The Meraki collection is a result of months of hard work and persistence. Inspired by traditional Indian crafts, we have tried to give it a contemporary flavor to suit the liking of urban millennial women.”