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By zeeshan



Crimson Eid lawn collection 2017 has just been launched by the famous Pakistani clothing brand. Recently, the 2016 and 2017 stitching collections by the brand achieved lot of success after which new Eid lawn collection has just been launched by the combination of Crimson Lawn by Farah Talib Aziz, Crimson Luxury Lawn by Saira Shakira and Crimson Luxe by Saira Shakira while ‘Scintilla’ (sparkle) is the title of this latest collection.

Scintilla presents luxury lawn dresses due to carefully developed fabric weaves, fine embroidery details, advanced aesthetics and hand drawn prints. This collection is presented after six months of technique and design work. It looks similar to hand embroidered heirlooms due to fine designing of embroideries. Prints are also quite sharp and impressive as they are made very carefully.

There is an inspiration from landscape based products like water, birds, beautiful flowers, Japanese relics etc. in the embellished designs of the dresses of this collection. This collection is completely luxurious with beauty of lawn due to the inclusion of light summer hues, detailed embroideries, embellished trimmings and silk dupattas.

According to the creative design team of Crimson, vibrant colors with modern design techniques are used on different luxurious fabrics in order to produce the dresses that not only give a youthful look but also prove long lasting. All these completely feminine garments are available with stylish details and calmness. This is a new experience and people will surely like this. Anum Akram, CEO of Crimson, said that their clothes will make the wearer bright and beautiful. It is not only luxury but also wearable and affordable collection. Customers will surely like the 3-piece lawn dresses in this latest Eid collection.

 

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