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Nehru Teen Bhuja

INR₹ 4,390

A throwback to 2015’s most loved style – a uniquely designed double layered mandarin collar in a soothing blue with sophisticated detailing on the collar, placket and under-cuff. The shirt's exceptional fabric, unique silhouette, and luxurious feel make it a superb dress shirt for evening occasions, cocktails and weddings.

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INR₹ 4,390
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A Canvas of Life

Geometric drawings of circles and triangles in Indian art go back even before 3000 BC. One prominent example is the distinct style of ancient Warli, or tribal paintings, of Maharashtra in which triangles and circles are used to depict human figures, animal figures, houses, crops, etc. What sets Warli paintings apart is the way human shapes are depicted: using a circle and two triangles.
Nehru Teen Bhuja

Gorgeous 100’s Count Egyptian Giza

Only the finest fabrics are chosen for an Andamen dress shirt. And this shirt is no exception. It is made from Egyptian Giza cotton - the best cotton in the world, with the longest staple length that delivers exceptional sheen and vibrancy.
The shirt also boasts of stunning smokey grey mother-of-pearl buttons in all their iridescent natural beauty. The buttons are precisely crafted to a thickness of three millimeters to exude a masculine appeal, and finished off with self-etched Andamen lettering.
Nehru Teen Bhuja

Keeping Traditional Art Meaningful

Warlis were originally made by women on the mud walls of tribal houses. They are popularly identified by their concentric patterns that metaphorically symbolize the 'dance of life’; the themes were often symbolic of daily activities. Post the 1970’s Warli art has steadily made its way to the world market and become one of the prized possessions of art galleries and private collectors across the globe.