Latest Collection of Multi-Fibre Fabrics for Womenswear by Ankur Textiles

Latest Collection of Multi-Fibre Fabrics for Womenswear by Ankur Textiles

New Delhi: Ankur Textiles, a Lifestyle Division of Arvind Limited, showcases its recently launched modal, viscose, cotton Lycra blended fabrics an alternative to traditional cotton for the new-age Indian woman at the Fabrics & Accessories Trade Show in New Delhi.

Fabric for Western as well as Ethnic Womenswear

These include fabrics like Zoya, Glam and Glory, Blossom, Charm-me and Lilac which can be tailor-made into western and ethnic womenswear such as dresses, blouses, kurtis and tunics. Available in a wide range of colours, textures, and prints, these fabrics will be available at womenswear MBOs (Multi Brand Outlets) in the price range of Rs. 180 to Rs. 300 per meter.

The Fabrics & Accessories Trade show, a three-day event being held from 16th – 18th July 2018, is an international platform and facilitator for the textile supply chains worldwide.

Brijesh Bhati, CEO, Ankur Textiles, (A Division of Arvind Limited) said, “Our latest collection marks our expansion into multi-fibre fabrics as a fashionable alternative to cotton. We have combined our textiles expertise with pathbreaking technology to develop smart blends of fabrics that offer style as well as comfort. Our in-house design team will continue to introduce more such trendy collections in future to delight our customers.”

For more than five decades, Ankur has been designing high-quality voiles ranging from 100% cotton to all fancy blends that are available throughout India and exported to Switzerland, Middle East, China, Thailand and Africa. A heritage brand, Ankur develops high-quality fabrics for womenswear and menswear.

About Arvind

Arvind is a $1.7 billion conglomerate with interests in textiles, branded apparel and accessories, engineering and real estate and is one of the leading textile to retail and brands conglomerate in India. Arvind Limited, manufactures and sells about 300 million meters of fabrics and over 30 million pieces of ready to wear apparel. Its denim, woven and knit products are known for being innovative and sustainable, which are sourced by some of the most iconic apparel brands around the world.