Le Reve brings casual, trendy clothes for spring-summer
_A Monitor Report16 Apr, 2019 | 705 Views|-+
Dhaka : Le Reve brings new silhouettes, shapes, prints and fabrics conveying a nonchalant take on the Le Reve code for the spring-summer 2019 collection.
The women's wear collection, inspired from retro consists of mid-calf silhouettes, cheery pastels, stripes with floral prints and prints of household items or music or transport. The focus has been on the interesting silhouettes, patterns, sleeve and neckline styles this season.
Le Reve offers tops, tunics, shirts, blazers, culottes and formal trousers in its women work wear collection. The women's casual collection this season offers tunics, shrugs, capes, shirts and tops in sunny yellow, ultraviolet blues, flamingo, farm yellow, astro green, pastel orchid, pistachio and futuristic iridescent colors. Fabrics like cotton, high quality viscose, printed crepe, chiffon, flowy Georgette with kitsch geometric printed silks, rayon and cottons.
Women's ethnic collection offers salwar-kamiz, kamiz and a wide range of traditional favoured sarees.
To compliment the look for any casual or ethnic occasion, collection has choices of palazzo, harems and belted culottes, denim bottoms, and viscose trousers, leggings with scarves and matching jewellery and accessories.
In men's collection situational dressing is big again, and looks will conjure up nostalgia for the '60s influence of the suburban like Nashvile, Austin, Montreal or Barlin. Collection focus is on finely tailored looks with quality.
This season the casual collection for men highlights stripes and tropical printed viscose shirts, vintage prints T or jacquard polo. Patterns and graphics will be about retro, cheeky messaging and new takes on vintage geometries with matching shorts, casual trousers and denims to compliment the look.
Key Athleisure products include dry-fit polos, t-shirts, vests, track sets, and pajamas and shorts, along with staples like v-neck and round neck easy to move t-shirts.
In men's ethnic segment specially for punjabis, this summer focus is on iconic suburban print media of 1960-70s Bangladeshi culture. Fabrics they used are merchandised cotton, cotton, space died stripes, chevron and stripes and kitsch geo checks and retro prints.