Latin Quarters unravels Autumn Collection 2010
Latin Quarters unravels Autumn Collection 2010

Latin Quarters, leading women’s apparel and accessories brand launches yet another revolutionary line with the introduction of its Autumn Winter 2010 collection. The Latin Quarters team has been working hard to offer a great quality selection of apparel and accessories to make a women’s wardrobe more creative and unique. Latin Quarters trademark style exudes feminity with a slight urban edge.


Autumn Kick starts with masculine inspired tailoring and separates to give the city banker look. Cropped boleros or waiter length jackets teamed up with high waisted pants, city shorts, mid length pencil skirts, two piece effect treatments and classic stripe shirts are key elements of this collection.

  • Fluid draped knits styles moving from day to night are simple yet luxurious essentials for Autumn –Winter 2010. Lots of black and white combinations, tonal grey’s occasionally lifted with flashes of red, wine and deep plum dominate the color palette.
  • The British 70’s pays homage to the great sense of British style which was invented back in the day but inspire us till date. Snappy plaid blazers and trench coats, pinafore dresses to be layered with high necks, boot-cut slacks and pleated skirts complete the heritage look in this collection.
  • The new line of Latin Quarters handbags and accessories is for women who seek a unique and stylish versatility from their add-ons. Clutches in black, gold and silver once again are a very important part of the wardrobe completing the glamour look.
  • The collection is available in Mumbai-- Palladium, Phoenix Mills Compound, Lower Parel,    Mega Mall, Oshiwara, Andheri (W); Delhi--  West gate Mall, Rajouri Garden; Kolkata-- South City Mall, Prince Anwar Shah Road, Forum Courtyard, Elgin Road.
  • Latin Quarters is also available in select Shoppers Stop in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Amritsar and Bhopal.
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