Lecoanet Hemant unveils first denim-only line ‘Genes’

Lecoanet Hemant, the Paris-based, Indo-French fashion label owned by designer duo Didier Lecoanet and Hemant Sagar, has stepped exclusively into the stylishly-rugged world of denims by introducing their maiden denim only clothing line titled Genes during the launch of their first pop-up store in New Delhi, India.

The newly unveiled collection, fit for young and middle-aged urban populations from all around the world, is a revamped and reworked version of the brand’s most popular casual denim pieces.

The exquisite line is an eclectic mix of vintage and modern jeans along with an occasional sprinkle of flowery prints.Read more
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