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Vijay Varma showstopper for Men’s Wear Label ‘TISA’ At Lakme Fashion Week Winter | Festive 2019




Gully Boy Actor Vijay Varma graced the ramp for Mumbai based Men’s wear Label ‘TISA’ on the final day at Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2019.

The collection themed ‘SHEY by TISA’ described the mesmerizing textures, a soothing color palette and the breath-taking beauty of Ladakh, as an inspiration that never ceases to inspire.
  

Vijay Verma felt a little out of place. “It’s the first time I’m wearing a sherwani in life. It was really nice to wear it, it is so comfortable and it fits me so well. I’ve been on stage and in film sets as an actor, but this is a different ball game altogether. I had to do nothing but walk, it was a good experience,” he shares.

The collection has carefully handpicked yarns such as organic cotton, silks, and wools which are dipped in the quintessential Ladakhi palette, spanning from Grey and Red to Ivory and Navy Blue to Black. Age-old techniques like tie & dye, fluid surface ornamentation and sleek texturing, along with motifs from the local life are deftly used to re-imagine a surreal mesh of Ladakh’s inimitable minimalism and richness. ‘SHEY’ evokes a feeling of being completely at ease in one’s own skin, allowing the wearer to make his sartorial expressions at his own will and pace. 



“I am excited to introduce TISA at Lakme Fashion week. It is a very proud moment as I have always dreamt of this moment. Lakme Fashion Week is a  platform that caters to a new generation of fashion-conscious gentlemen and provides an immersive and congenial experience. I had interned with Lakme Fashion Week as a fashion student, back in the year 2006 and 2007 and today the circle is complete" Designer Samira shared her excitement.

TISA aims to deliver a highly curated collection of menswear ensemble including apparel and footwear to shine for the festive season.

TISA is the hub for men, with an amalgamation of both classic & contemporary wear which aims to cater to men across age groups and their diverse styles.

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