The striking power!

The striking power!

HAUTE STYLE

A kaleidoscope of colours

Explaining how the brand conceived the different collections and the thought process that went into the making of each of them, Rajat Luthra, CEO, Celio, Future Fashion Ltd, explains, “The ‘Sportswear’ or ‘Relax’ comprises styles that is best suited for weekend outings, adventures, sports, excursion, or even generally hanging out with friends.”

It has printed T-shirts, polos with sporty blazons and patches, cargos and rugged Bermudas, shirts with loud checks and pockets and denims with heavy washes and destroyed effects.

Then comes the ‘Casual Wear’ or ‘Urban’, which is more sober, ideal for a Friday wear at the office or to college. “These also have T-shirts, classic plain polos in various colours, slim fit full-sleeve shirts, casual trousers – very clean cuts and slim fit – and denims with light washes and straight fits,” he says.

Celio’s linen shirts are not monotonous and care has been taken to offer a pretty good variety in this line. ‘Celio Linens’ are classic summer wear. The colours come in light pastel summery shades of sea blue, yellow, cream, beige and pink. “The styling is classic yet simple and functional. Our collection in checks come in full and half sleeves,” he says. 

The ‘Celio Chromie’ segment and ‘Campus Collection’ are infused with a kaleidoscope of colours ranging from yellow zest, frosted orange, blackcurrant sorbet to hues of greys, blues and beige. “This unique colour palette of 26 shades illustrates the diversity and is designed keeping the young in mind,” he adds.

The Campus Collection comes in flashes of bright colours. “This vintage trend with new, more fitted proportions express a relaxed style through the choice of materials and host of treatments – washed knits, worn cotton canvas, pigment dyes,” he says and adds, “the teddy jacket and checked shirts have been reintroduced and in this collection blue takes on every tone with indigo playing a dominant role. Jeans add character with their many different washes, demonstrating a strong leaning towards light shades.” 

The ‘DC Comic Collection’ has funky T-shirts with designs of comical characters on them. They’re best suited for teenagers. The ‘Traveller’s Collection’ has cargos in dark green and light shades of blue and beige. The linen shirts come in bright colours of blue, orange and yellow. 

There’s no room for one to wear formal shoes in the Celio’s many collections. It’s best to stick with casual and informal shoes.  Fastrack pitched in with its accessories. The glasses from the ‘Summer’ and ‘Hip-hop Collection’; wrist watches, belts and bags matched the looks. The designs of Fastrack have been done keeping the stylish youngsters in mind.

Arash Jafari, final year, MCA, Kristu Jayanti College slipped into a T-shirt from ‘Sportwear Collection’ with denims and Fastrack glasses from the ‘Summer Collection’.
Punchline: “The denims are simple and comfortable. I love the colour of the T-shirt and its sporty look. It has been designed to fit to perfection.”
Price: T-shirt (Rs1499),
denims (Rs 2399) and
glasses (Rs 1395)

Aneesh Upadhyaya, I PUC, Deeksha PU College wore a T shirt from the ‘DC Comics Collection’ and denims. He also chose a Fastrack bag 
Punchline: “The clothes were comfortable. The slim fit jeans doesn’t restrict my movement thanks to the stretchable material. I don't usually wear  well-fitted clothes, but this felt very natural.” 
Price: T-shirt (Rs 1299), denims (Rs 2999) and bag (Rs 1495)

Mustafa M Saeed, I Year, MSc Microbiology, Indian Academy wore a ‘City Star Shirt’ and with a T-shirt from the ‘Traveller’s Collection’ and paired it with denims. 
Punchline: “What I liked most about the collection was the comfort and the look. It’s stylish and the fit is great. You could wear it to a casual day out and with a bit of accessorising to a party as well.” 
Price: Shirt (Rs 1499), T-shirt (Rs 799), denims
(Rs 2999)

Santosh Kumar Naik, I year MCA, New Horizon College of Engineering picked up a T-shirt from the ‘Casual Urban Collection’ and paired it with cargos from ‘Sportswear Collection’ and completed his look with a hat, Fastrack glasses and wrist band.      
Punchline: “I liked the colour of the T shirt, which can be paired with a short shirts and even khakis. The pants fit well. The overall look was classy.” 
Price: T-shirt (Rs 1499), cargos (Rs 3199), hat (Rs 899), glasses (Rs 1,495) and wrist band (Rs 295)

Ali Hassan Sherazi, final year, BA, Jain College chose a T-shirt from the ‘Sportswear’ and matched it with a Bermuda shorts and a Fastrack bag and wrist band.  
Punchline: “This look is best suited for a college goer. It’s fashionable, stylish and is quite different from casual look. The best part is that it’s affordable.” 
Price: T-shirt (Rs 799), Bermuda (Rs 2199) and Fastrack bag (Rs 1195) and wrist band (Rs 195)

Mohammed Mohsin, final year BCom, Jain College wore a linen shirt from the ‘Travellers Collection’ and matched it with military cargos from  the same collection. He completed his look with Fastrack glasss from the ‘Hip-hop Collection”.
Punchline: “The cargos with a tinge of green blend well with the aggressive orange shirt. The combination was striking and I loved the look. The clothes are among the best in style, comfort and fit.”  
Price: Linen shirt (Rs 1,999), military cargo (Rs 2999) and glasses (Rs 1695)

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