The all new Fall/Winter collection from Steele sets the Fashion ablaze
The all new Fall/Winter collection from Steele sets the Fashion ablaze

New Delhi: While Winter is on its way to chill the Indian subcontinent, the fashion statement Steele is ready to set ablaze the market with trendsetting Fall/Winter collection of menswear. The whole new segment for men from Steele looks ahead to keep the fashionistas updated with the latest global trends.

The characteristics of armour paired with the elegance of contemporary designs from Steele will bring the flair of panache to the male wardrobe exclusively this year. The shades of wine, blue, white and black are going to be the key players in creating the grandeur of masculinity this fall with the latest winter collection from the company. The pops and hues of vibrant colors will also play the strings of magnificence in the men’s apparel reaching the edge of trending global fashion.

Right from cotton-blend to woollens and types of denim to suede, the exquisite and dainty fabric executed from the finest mills in the world are used by the accomplished designers in crafting the suave and subtle combinations of suits for men creates a breathtaking visual. The single button blazers in slim fit style and plain trousers, woollen waistcoats and straight fit denims will bring you comfort and warmth with an unmatched sense of style this fall/winter. Men’s apparel will officially tie the knot with checks, stripes and bold patterns all-over the design pieces.

“The exclusive menswear design collection for the fall/winter 2018 from Steele aspires to take the Indian men’s fashion at par with the global standards. The brand has resolved to enable the Indian men to take on the world with confidence. The intricate modern style, sharp tailoring, superior quality fabric, awe-inspiring patterns and alluring shades makes our collection resolutely modern and luxurious.” says Sagar Suri & Surya Suri, the owner of Steele.

Price Range: Rs 18,000/- onwards

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