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Zodiac’s shirt collections for all season focus on innovations and style

Zodiacs shirt collections for all season focus on innovations and style 001Casual wear brand Z3, one of the three premium menswear labels from Zodiac Clothing (ZCCL), has introduced a smart range of ‘True Indigo’ shirts made from 100 per cent cotton with its ‘Trademark Vintage Wash’ gives a super-soft hand feel. “We use 92 per cent recycled water for manufacturing,” says Salman Noorani, Managing Director, Zodiac Clothing. “The heat from recycled water is then extracted to reduce our carbon footprint. We have also achieved zero liquid discharge and a HIGG’s Index rating that is amongst the best in the industry,” informs.

Its cotton & linen for summer and monsoon

Z3 has introduced a range of shirts made from 100 per centZodiacs shirt collections for all season focus on innovations and style cotton fil-a-fil fabric that adds freshness to the brand’s casual collection. “These shirts, available in four colors, enliven the drab surroundings of the monsoon,” Noorani says. Zodiac’s club wear brand ZOD! Club Wear also launched a monsoon collection featuring digitally printed shirts in bright colors and bold floral prints that are sure to grab attention. And parent brand Zodiac, introduced a range of bright, colorful linen shirts made from 100 per cent pure linen fabric. “These are immaculately finished with Zodiac’s signature three-hole trinity buttons,” notes Noorani.

ZCCL launched Barboni collection comprising silk touch, lightweight shirts spun from Egyptian Giza 86 cotton. “These are crafted from the finest long staple Egyptian cotton and woven into 2-ply structures, feather-light Italian 100’s ‘Silk Touch’ poplin and classic mini-prints,” Noorani observes. They have almost invisible 21 stitches per inch and a deeper yoke of 10.5 cm which gives additional strength and a superior fall. These shirts are available in four types of collars: classic Kent or point to the contemporary cutaway, contrast collar for the Wall Street look to stylish bandhgalas.

ZOD! Club Wear’ summer ’18 collection was trendy, digitally printed floral shirts in cool colors. “Digital printing ensures a HD-like impact of the design on the fabric through superior sharpness,” notes Noorani. Inspired by Positano on the Italian Riviera, Zodiac introduced a pure linen shirts collection in solids, checks, dots and yarn dyed stripes in fresh and vibrant colors. These came with Zodiac’s signature three-hole trinity buttons and are available in both long and short sleeves. “Featuring side vents at the bottom, these shirts look stylish, even when they are not tucked in,” Noorani explains.

ZOD! Club Wear also introduced stylish linen shirts collection featuring trendy horizontal and vertical pin-tucks that add texture and dimension, giving them a fashionable edge.

Retail mantra

ZCCL has a manufacturing base in India and sales offices spread across India, UK, Germany and the US. The company operates a 5,000 sq. ft. Italian inspired design studio in Mumbai. The brand is retailed across India through 125 company-managed stores and over 1,200 MBOs. ZCCL offers three premium, menswear brands: Zodiac for the classic yet contemporary man’s corporate wardrobe, ZOD! Club Wear for trendy, fashionable men and Z3 for men who do not need to wear a tie to work.

 

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