Classy corporates from Van Heusen

Tuesday, 23 February 2010

Van Heusen, the premium lifestyle and apparel brand has introduced a new line of corporate wear for the autumn/winter season. It?s called the Worldwear International Wardrobe. The collection has been inspired by the business capitals of the world, the contemporary New York wardrobe, the dressy Milan wardrobe, the classic London wardrobe and the minimalist Tokyo wardrobe.

The Milan wardrobe adds a dressy flourish to formal wear. The shirts from this collection come with a stylish double collar with buttons, which looks formal by day and dressy for the evening. The elegant trousers are available in premium terry wool. While the New York wardrobe has shirts with notched cutaway collars, ties are bold and have unique weaves and patterns. And the trousers are in stretch techno blends. Then there is the Tokyo line which has a collection of suits, shirts, trousers and ties inspired by the clean, minimalist lines of Zen. Whereas the London collection has shirts in solids, checks, dobbies and stripes with white collar and cuffs.
The Worldwear is Van Heusen?s extension of the best-selling range of corporate wear for the global Indian. The range of shirts is on par with other international shirt brands.

Van Heusen is a premium lifestyle and apparel brand introduced in India in 1990 by Madura Garments. The other brands from Madura Garments are: Allen Solly, Peter England, Louis Philippe to name a few.

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