Mandali Design unveils eco-luxury lifestyle fashion line

Introducing Mandali Design, a partnership launched by Merunisha Moonilal and Shari Keller. Mandali Design is an affordable, eco luxury lifestyle brand for the conscious and sophisticated woman who expects her wardrobe to reflect her sustainable lifestyle.

Mandali is a Sanskrit term meaning circle, connectedness, family; it encompasses the philosophy of the company–connecting quality craftsmanship to market, artisans to style trends, tailors and designers to finished product and consumers to the human story of slow fashion.

Hence, Mandali is a synergy not only between east and west, but also among all participants in the modern value chain. Mandali garments and textiles will be available online in January 2013. Read more
Courtesy : www.fibre2fashion.com

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