Kunal Anil Tanna’s contemporary ensembles & nostalgic neutral hues set the tone for Raksha Bandhan

Kunal Anil Tanna’s contemporary ensembles & nostalgic neutral hues set the tone for Raksha Bandhan

Embark upon an alchemizing metamorphosis of traditionally textured and plush fabrics into contemporary ensembles, as Kunal Anil Tanna’s nostalgic hues set the tone for Raksha Bandhan!

With the rising pandemic giving us regular nightmares, the year 2020 is clearly NOT the year we all expected. But on the brighter side, we do have quite a few reasons to celebrate the festivities!

As siblings across the country reaffirm their bonds of affection on this day, we chalk down elements from ace menswear designer, Kunal Anil Tanna’s latest collection and take a trip down memory lane to pay tribute to Raksha Bandhan – the festival that symbolizes unconditional love.

Drawing inspiration from cherished moments of the delightful past, the designer showcases stylized ensembles that exude understated confidence in the label’s signature textures layered lusciously and spun together in a Renaissance palette.

A Pampering Sense of Solace

Holding on to comforting moments, we all seek a pampering sense of solace.


Reminiscing in cozy knits and comfy textures, Kunal Anil Tanna’s intricate fabric surfaces and patterns are inspired by your grandmother’s humble patchwork comforter, perfect to recall the warmth of childhood memories!

Neutral Hues triggering Nostalgia


With a forte of playing with signature textures, Kunal Anil Tanna’s neutral hues trigger sentiments of the past and seek a refreshing desire of calming saturated tones. Tints of espresso brown, gentle gradations of slate grey and neutral heritage shades form a zealous palette.

Warmer tones fabricate into lighter, fuss-free kurtas in languid silhouettes with the label’s avant garde visual textures and are ideal for gifting and occasion wear during Raksha Bandhan.


Luscious Layering


Experimenting with the shirt and trench styles, Kunal Anil Tanna immaculately amalgamates layered ensembles not only with jackets but also with classic Indian forms. Classic textured stripes, long kurtas with turtlenecks, disco collars, mandarin necklines synchronize with monotone colour blocking in neutral hues to impart visual harmony with fervor.

Understated, Avant Garde Silhouettes


Kunal Anil Tanna further reinvents his silhouettes and brings in an unwilted sense of restful cheer.

Drawing inspiration by embracing joyful remembrances, the designer emphasizes on a new path that brings an exhilarating gusto and transforms seamlessly into traditional ensembles for the modern man.

~ Written by Sejal Pathak, DI Public Relations ~

Written by: Sejal Pathak, DI Public Relations

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