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Genesis Colors brings 'Maya' to Londoners

India's first fashion conglomerate brings to London its finest designers - Satya Paul and Deepika Gehani, to showcase their Fall Winter 09 collections at the delightful Mint Leaf Restaurant & Bar, Hay


November 21, 2009  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Genesis Colors brings 'Maya' to Londoners India's first fashion conglomerate brings to London its finest designers - Satya Paul and Deepika Gehani, to showcase their Fall Winter 09 collections at the delightful Mint Leaf Restaurant & Bar, Haymarket. A popular destination that promotes all forms of art, has hosted the 21st Anniversary of the 'Phantom of the Opera' and most recently the film premier party of Disney movie 'Christmas Carol'. Established in 2001, Genesis Colors (P) Ltd. is one of India's premier fashion houses and the holding company for fashion brands - Satya Paul, Deepika Gehani, Bwitch, and the multi designer luxury boutique - Samsaara. Genesis also markets and distributes in India European luxury labels like Canali, Bottegga Veneta, Jimmy Choo, Just Cavali, Paul Smith and Kenzo. Speaking on the occasion Managing Director, GCPL Sanjay Kapoor says "It is a pleasure to be back in London. Our association with London and Mint Leaf goes back a long way. Bringing two of our top designers to London once again is our endeavour to establish the high standards of Genesis Colors to the international market." The special guest for the evening who will be showcasing some of the garments for these designers was the beautiful Jacqueline Fernandez, former Miss Sri Lanka and an actor who made her Bollywood debut in the much awaited film of the year 'Aladin' alongside the legendary Amitabh Bachchan. Celebrating 25 years of globally acclaimed excellence in design, Satya Paul presents the latest in its exquisite line for Autumn/Winter 09 - 'Maya'. The inspiration behind the Maya collection is this 'illusory' world. Maya is all about colour. It is Satya Paul's way to court glamour and fantasy in the form of colourful patterns on saris and garments. With a deft, use of pattern and colour, a beautiful collection of easy to wear pieces make up Maya. The ornamental designs, layers, shadow and contrasting elements of used in the collection render Maya a bold graphic look.

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