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Spykar’s A/W ’19 denim collection redefines vintage vibes for youth

Spykars A W 19 denim collection redefines vintage vibes for youthSpykar’s new Vintage & Rare denim collection redefines vintage vibes for today’s young generation. “These denims give young fashionistas a taste of the vintage besides reflecting their individualistic styles,” notes Sanjay Vakharia, CEO, Spykar. Launched in limited edition as a part of the A/W ’19 collection, these denims are designed for consumers below 18 years. “Each piece in this limited edition collection is handcrafted to deliver a distressed, mended and long preserved look. The denims have been made to go through various dry and wet processes to achieve their natural fading and distress vintage effect,” Vakharia explains.

They have been made in factories that follow environmental Spykars A W 19 denim collection redefinesconservation norms. “Our use solar energy, water recycling, zero liquid discharge (ZLD), cloud wash, laser and ozone technologies not only make them environmentally friendly, but also well-designed and commercially viable, states Vakharia.

One stop shop for casual wear

Established in 1992, Spykar has come a long way to redefine the rules of fashion. “Starting solely as a men’s denim brand, we have expanded our portfolio to become a one stop shop for casual wear ensemble for both men and women. Our collections are available pan India across 240 exclusive outlets, 900+ multi-brand outlets, all key large format stores and e-commerce portals,” he adds.

The brand recently launched an exclusive brand store in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh taking its total number of outlets in the country to 240. Vakharia notes, “With growing internet penetration, fashion lovers across India are becoming more and more trend conscious. This makes it an ideal move for us to capture markets like Kangra that have a huge potential.”

The brand aims to be a one-stop shop for trend setting denims, trousers, tees, shirts, jackets and accessories like belts, wallets, socks, flip flops and much more. Vakharia notes, “Our collection embodies our global inspirations that match our insatiable search for world-class style.”

Since 2014, Spykar has also been a part of the Lord Bagri promoted Metdist Group, a diversified portfolio of companies. Headquartered in UK, the Metdist group is a global conglomerate with interests in metal and diverse industries like fashion, hospitality & technology.

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