New Delhi : Denims have always been in fashion and with the launch of the uber cool range of denim bags by Zhero Denim – Pride and Fashion, the trend is all set to make a grand comeback!
The new collection of Denim Bags by Zhero Denim was showcased for the first time at Ombre A Fair in CyberHub with several international models setting the ramp on fire. The models made a grand entrance flaunting the super chic bags adding to the panache, as Mr. Anshuman Singh, Director- Marketing at Zhero Denim introduced the brand to the large audience.
Throughout history, denims have been a symbol of revolution and the brand has made sure the same is conveyed through their designs in their all-new collection. From ‘Rebel’ to ‘Scholar’, the collection inspired by pop aesthetics has a unique design for every kind of personality. Keeping in mind the style quotient and convenience, some of the unisex denim bags have a detachable leather front pocket, which is apt for the back packer and the city dweller alike, as they can even be used separately.
Speaking about the exquisite range of bags, Mr. Anshuman Singh, Director- Marketing at Zhero Denim said, “We have come up with a very exciting and innovative collection of Denim Bags which will definitely speak a lot about the character and attitude of the brand. All the Denim Bags are not only very innovative but are equally fashionable and in trend as well. Our products are conceived, designed, manufactured and produced in India, extending our support to the PM’s Make In India initiative.”
With leather detailing and tassels exemplifying the appeal of the bags, the brand is all set to ignite an urban chemistry for street style fashion. Bringing true luxury to the shopping world by starting a movement to create ethical clothing, the brand plans on restoring style and individuality in the society that is still fashionable. As denim is the most versatile fabric and is recognized as a classic fashion statement throughout the world, they aim to honor equality between all and celebrate everyone as a hero in their own right. (ANI)