Luxury designer labels, now available for children

Little Tags Luxury vows to bring top international brands to India, offering clothes and accessories for kids aged up to 16 years.

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Little Tags Luxury will offer brands such as Diesel, Dsquard, N21*, Liu Jo, Molo and others for children aged up to 16 years.
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Luxury kidswear brand Little Tags is all set with a new offering: Little Tags Luxury, which will offer top international designer labels to the Indian audience. Indian consumers were hitherto dependent on international trips in order to purchase designer labels for their children, meaning there was a prominent void in the country’s domestic market. Little Tags Luxury will now bridge this gap.

Little Tags Luxury launched on September 26 with Bollywood supermoms Neha Dhupia and Soha Ali Khan, who have been sharing their motherhood journeys via their Instagram handles.

Little Tags Luxury will offer brands such as Diesel, Dsquard, N21*, Liu Jo, Molo and others for children aged up to 16 years. It will include a wide range of clothes, footwear and accessories. In its upcoming Spring Summer Collection ’21, the new platform will also include more designer labels like Balmain, Alber ta Ferreti, Pinko, etc.


Chandni Agrawal , founder, Little Tags Luxury, said, “We see great potential in the Indian market because consumers here seek quality and style. Demand for luxury clothing is on the rise, but such brands are missing in the market. Which is why I decided to start this venture. It will maintain international standards while offering the best products to Indian parents.”

All the apparel and accessories part of Little Tags Luxury have been specially sourced keeping in mind their style, appeal and quality, in order to ensure your children feel comfortable, chic and confident.

Meanwhile, at the maiden e-commerce store Little Tags, the showcasing of an unmatched festive collection is currently underway, starting with Navratri and extending all the way to Diwali. This includes imaginative colours and cheerful designs that reflect Indian culture.
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Both online stores, Little Tags and Little Tags Luxury, provide a fantastic range of clothes and accessories for your young ones, whether they want to make a statement or keep it subtle.

10 Desi Looks We Loved at Lakmé Fashion Week
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While the women strutted and waltzed down their way down the ramp in dreamy lehengas and bejewelled ensembles, it was the men that stole the show in tailored bandhgalas and glitzy jackets.


In Pic (L to R): Ayushmann Khurrana for Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, Farhan Akhtar for Payal Singhal, and Hardik Pandya for designer Amit Aggarwal.

While the women strutted and waltzed down their way down the ramp in dreamy lehengas and bejewelled ensembles, it was the men that stole the show in tailored bandhgalas and glitzy jackets.In Pic (L t..
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“If women can be into glamour and sumptuousness, then why not men?” said veteran designer Manish Malhotra who kicked off the five-day extravaganza with 'Maahrumysha' - a showcase of modern occasion wear for men.

Done in muted and vintage tones, the entire collection had a modern yet timeless feel that would suit the Indian groom of today. “I’ve refreshed the wedding palette in a more millennial and modern way,” explained Malhotra.

“If women can be into glamour and sumptuousness, then why not men?” said veteran designer Manish Malhotra who kicked off the five-day extravaganza with 'Maahrumysha' - a showcase of modern occasion w..
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Couturiers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna went in the opposite direction – black and metallic tones – for their first collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019 after 15 years. In association with NEXA, the collection projected a nice balance of dreaminess and luxury with luxurious fabrics, elaborate embellishment and strong geometric patterns done in hues of grey, platinum, gunmetal and the signature ‘NEXA Blue’.

Actor Ayushmann Khurrana turned showstopper for the designers in a suave-yet-edgy embellished knee-length jacket. “Rohit and Rahul designed my wedding outfit so it’s extremely nostalgic for me to be walking the ramp for them today. Their designs exude a sense of luxury coupled with much needed edginess,” he said.

Couturiers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna went in the opposite direction – black and metallic tones – for their first collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019 after 15 years. In associatio..
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Cricketer Hardik Pandya turned showstopper for avant-garde designer Amit Aggarwal in a plum trench coat. Crafted out of R-Elan tulle fabric with the designer’s signature touch of recycled polymer details, the coat was layered over a metallic vest and a coordinated pair of plum trousers.

Post the showcase, the cricketer tweeted, “New experience but a fun one ?”

Cricketer Hardik Pandya turned showstopper for avant-garde designer Amit Aggarwal in a plum trench coat. Crafted out of R-Elan tulle fabric with the designer’s signature touch of recycled polymer det..
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A stylish departure from the usual bandhgala is this multi-layered teal blue alternative from designer Ujjawal Dubey. In his Antar-Agni’s Winter/Festive’19 collection, the designer plays with a series of draped and layered styles in the form of handwork and neat tailoring, offering a nice alternative to the traditional bandhgala.

This particular bandhgala has been paired with cigarette pants.

A stylish departure from the usual bandhgala is this multi-layered teal blue alternative from designer Ujjawal Dubey. In his Antar-Agni’s Winter/Festive’19 collection, the designer plays with a serie..
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Ideal for a destination wedding in Mexico or a music festival in Nevada is this nostalgic, bohemian shirt-kurta from designer Payal Singhal’s #PS20, marking 20 years of her label. Reminiscent of the free spirit of 10th century gypsies, this white abutilon print, dupion shirt kurta is paired with a coordinated churidaar, a georgette dupatta with tassels and a fanny pack.

Ideal for a destination wedding in Mexico or a music festival in Nevada is this nostalgic, bohemian shirt-kurta from designer Payal Singhal’s #PS20, marking 20 years of her label. Reminiscent of the ..
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Designer Kunal Rawal seamlessly pairs a denim grid embroidered bandhgala with a slate blue yoke piping detailed kurta and slate blue denim tights, for an overall modern, millennial touch to ethnic wear.

Inspired by multi-functionality, Rawal’s latest collection – Confluence – showcases deconstructed silhouettes, sherwanis with curved hemlines, kurtas-worn-over-shirts, technical baraat kurtas, texture play and metal detailing.

Designer Kunal Rawal seamlessly pairs a denim grid embroidered bandhgala with a slate blue yoke piping detailed kurta and slate blue denim tights, for an overall modern, millennial touch to ethnic we..
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This highlight of this winter-festive creation from designer Ujjawal Dubey is a white and blue ombre bandhgala with a tissue front wrap. Playing with soft layers and sharp silhouettes, Dubey paired the bandhgala with an asymmetric kurta and white slim pants.

Featured a lot of ivory with strokes of pigeon grey, mouse greys, deep blue and browns, the winter-festive collection showcased a series of draped and layered styles in the form of handwork and neat tailoring, all crafted with a mix of zari/ cotton and elastane.

This highlight of this winter-festive creation from designer Ujjawal Dubey is a white and blue ombre bandhgala with a tissue front wrap. Playing with soft layers and sharp silhouettes, Dubey paired t..
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Playing with georgette and organza to create soft, structured looks, Singhal unveiled this stone organza and silk embroidered bandi worn with organza kurta and periwinkle blue velvet low crotch pants.

The bursts of colour set against a neutral base of chalky whites, ecru and periwinkle blue a gypset’s characteristic joie de vivre. Singhal also experiments with a mix of thread work, cutwork jaalis, leather embroidery, frayed tassels, appliqué and patchwork to create 3D textures.

Playing with georgette and organza to create soft, structured looks, Singhal unveiled this stone organza and silk embroidered bandi worn with organza kurta and periwinkle blue velvet low crotch pants..
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Playing with multi-functionality and the layering of shirts, waistcoats, kurta and trousers, Rawal introduces this check print bundi paired with a check printed jacket, a rust wing goose embroidered koti and tan faux leather pants.

The collection is said to reflect the designer’s love for industrial grunge and military rodeo. “Modern street wear combined and our Indian roots are brought together to offer diversity to the contemporary Indian man, who is looking for versatile outfits that they could multi task in,” said Rawal.

Playing with multi-functionality and the layering of shirts, waistcoats, kurta and trousers, Rawal introduces this check print bundi paired with a check printed jacket, a rust wing goose embroidered ..
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