Your guide to the top premium Indian wear collection for men at Myntra’s Big Fashion Festival!

As we officially enter the festive season, discerning gentlemen may be spoiled for choice with a lot of options. But if you are looking for all your favorite labels and brands that sell style under one roof, we’ve got news for you! Myntra’s annual fashion extravaganza, the Big Fashion Festival (BFF), is arriving just in time to meet your festive needs.You can choose from a plethora of fashionable men’s fashion brands and labels that specifically offer exquisite Indian wear collections that are sure to make you look dapper!
At the heart of Myntra’s festive fashion showcase lies the ‘Runway Icons’, a dedicated section spotlighting premium Indian wear specifically tailored for men. Showcasing an impressive collection of over 4,000 styles, this proposition offers an eclectic array of designs, embodying a perfect blend of tradition and modern trends. Brands like Tasva, Abhishti, Aashima Wahal, The Ethnic Co, Be Desi, Chidiyaa, and more take center stage, highlighting their unique craftsmanship and design ethos. Take a look at the top 10 premium Indian wear collections featured this year for men at the much-anticipated Myntra BFF:
Regal collection featuring Tasva:
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Tasva embodies the essence of individuality. Their bespoke designs redefine Indian wear for the

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MOMAD, the showcase for men’s fashion and leather fashion at IFEMA

• Jack and Jones, Only and Sons and Selected, Jvz, La Nansa or Lion of Porches will be present at the fair, which will be held from February 4 to 6. • As for Moda Piel, brands such as Banhof, Campoy, Corty Bennett, Peleteria Campoy, Ff Collection Filippos Filippidis, Notis Grigorios, Leathertex, Shades of Leather and Zambackwill be presented.

MOMAD, the International Fashion, Textile, Footwear and Accessories Fairorganized by IFEMA MADRID from February 4 to 6will have an important presence of men’s fashiona growing segment that will showcase its latest trends, with a wide variety of stylesfeaturing both national and international representatives.

Men’s fashion has been gaining prominence in the fashion trade in Spain in recent years, and in 2020 already accounted for 31.6% of total sales, second only to women’s fashion with 35.7%, and well above children’s fashion (13.1%) and home textiles (19.6%). Moreover, in recent months the sector as a whole has begun its post-pandemic recovery, with sales up 6.3% in October 2021, 9.7% in November and 3.2% in Decemberaccording to the Acotex Barometerwhich includes a representative sample of the men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, home textiles and accessories sectors.

In

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Young Nigerian Designer Turns Men’s Fashion Orange

Fashion is the basic fabric of society. It becomes creative when thought and art are put behind the very scissors that create eye-catching street-wear.

As the young director behind Orange Culture, Adebayo Oke-Lawal is fast becoming an expert on the process and he and his Lagos fashion house are taking Africa by storm.

His company has been featured in major fashion magazines such as Elle and Complex in the United States. Orange Culture has been touted by many local and international fashion writers as one of Africa’s up-and-coming clothing brands.

Mixing both western and African styles with a hint of art, Adebayo tells us what Orange Culture means to him.

Adebayor cuts the quirkiest label in Africa

“Orange culture is a men’s wear label. Its on-going and I started it two years ago and it’s the quirkiest men’s label you can think of in Africa,” says Adebayo. “We produce clothes that tell interesting stories.

“We definitely produce clothes for a man who is adventurous, colorful, and loves to express himself. So, it’s a strong men’s wear label with

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