Bright and vibrant

Bright and vibrant

haute style

Bright and vibrant

Koovs makes it a point to raise their fashion quotient by launching more than 150 styles every week.

And this one-stop online fashion destination has everything for one’s fashion needs. Inspired by international runways and the global street scene, the brand offers wearable fashion at pocket-friendly prices, at one’s doorstep.

“Our aim is to create a space that offers a solution to all wardrobe needs. With new and exciting looks launching every week, we’re always focussed on cutting-edge style,” says Sonal Bhatia, Head of Marketing,

Catering to the fashion savvy youth, the brand loves to experiment with colours. The garments are edgy and at the same time easy to carry.  Comprising cool fabrics, unique designs and comfortable fits, the latest collections showcases the latest styles of the highest quality that are a must-have in your wardrobe.

The collection will make one stand out from the crowd with bright, vibrant and exciting ensembles — one can choose from casual relaxed to classic vintage looks. Varying from chic apparel, accessories, bags and footwear — the collection promises to satisfy all shopaholic cravings.

Sonal adds that in the collection of Spring- Summer 2015, one can look forward to an exciting range for both men and women. “The collections will encapsulate the essence of the season and will keep you looking stylish round the clock,” he sums up. Arpit Samani, a BCA final year student of The Oxford College of Science wore a spot allover shirt.

Punchline: “The shirt pattern is very trendy and it has a funky design to it. It can be worn with any pair of denims and to parties or wherever.”
Price: Spot allover shirt (Rs 1,295)  Anshika Yadav, a student of The Oxford College of Arts wore a yellow zip front skater dress, and accessorised the look with a box clutch, a tear drop necklace and a PU cuff.
Punchline: “The bright yellow is perfect for the coming season and the outfit fits aesthetically. The dress is a perfect combination of class and comfort.”
Price: Zip front skater dress (Rs1,295), Skinny Dip ‘Crunch’ perspex box clutch (Rs 3,500), tear drop necklace (Rs 695) and embellished clear PU cuff (Rs 995). Are you a college student and want to model for Metrolife’s ‘Haute Style’?  Do you have any fashion tips for the season? Or you simply want to say something about our feature ‘Haute Style’? Send your emails with contact number to: metrolife@­ or Sanskriti Rawat, a second- year student of Oxford College of Law wore an abstract floral check print shirt dress with an ice cream cross body bag.
Punchline: “The dress is very stylish with different patterns and designs on it and the cross body accentuates the look.”
Price: Abstract floral check print shirt dress (Rs 1,495) and Skinny Dip ice cream cross body bag (Rs 3,000).
 Anjum, a student of St Joseph’s College of Arts and Science, wore a printed T-shirt and accessorised the look with a cocktail colour block clutch.
Punchline: “The comfortable yet chic look is what is trendy and in style nowadays. This casual T-shirt is not just comfortable but in style.”
Price: Printed T- shirt (Rs 1,695) and cocktail colour block clutch (Rs 1,495).  Shahid Ahmed, a computer engineering student of VIT, wore a blue Hype Splatter print T-shirt with a pair of skinny jeans.
Punchline: “The denims fit very well and it added to the cool look. I would match the T-shirt with the skinny jeans for a day at college or an outing with friends.”
Price: Hype Splatter print T-shirt (Rs2,295) and skinny jeans (Rs 1,795). Nitesh Singh Rajput, an MBA student from Christ University, teamed a tee with a poplin joggers.
Punchline: “While the colour combinations are unique, the clothes are very comfortable too. They can be mixed and matched with for different occasions.”
Price: Tee (Rs 795) and poplin joggers (Rs 1,695).

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