Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion by RANG: Sharee, Salwar-Kamiz, Fatua, Punjabi, Jewellary & accessories

Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion by RANG: Sharee, Salwar-Kamiz, Jewellary & accessories

Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion - Shuvo Noboborsho 1419 - RANG Collection

Ever thought your Boishakh attire needs a fashionable look? You want something out-of-the-ordinary, but you just can’t find the outfit that suits your taste or you feel too uncomfortable wearing it. To your solution, in this Pohela Boishakh 1419, RANG brings you best fashion outfits including sharee, salwar-kamiz, fatua, punjabi, painted jewellery and more new accessories – a unique and alternative way to funk up your Boishakh attire.

Moreover, face painting is a very common part of Pohela Boishakh celebrations, but you don’t have to limit yourself to this. Painted necklace, bracelets, churis, rings, nose rings, and ear rings can be personalised according to the taste of the person wearing the jewellery. For instance, you can paint using alponas, adding bits of conventional tigers, owls, peacocks, and dhols. All sorts of colours and designs can be included, as well as glitters to spark up your painted jewelleries. This will bring distinctive styles and individualities to your Boishakh outfits. Painted jewellery may be a decorative fixture, but it is also a personal style statement. Let’s give it a try, shall we!

Shuvo Noboborsho 1419 everyone!

Pohela Boishakh 1419 Fashion by Rang BD

RANG, one of the leading boutique house in Bangladesh. Famous for it’s colorful and specially designed clothing of indigenous craftsmen and artisan.

On 20th. December of 1994, with the aim of coloring and reinvigorating the very essence of time, the fashion house “Rang” began it’s colorful journey. The aim was to enhance and promote local heritage and culture. The name itself was chosen because of it’s auspicious association with the concept of art and for the feeling of sheer delight it manages to evoke. The dream of 4 young friends realized in a mere shop of (10ft. X 10ft.) of Shantana market at Chashara, Naryanganj. A myriad of dreams was the only capital. And through a delightful culmination of color, dream and design, the fashion house was able to distinguish itself and exhibit real innovation and creativity. Today “Rang” is a phenomenon and a symbol of trust among the thousands of valued customer at home and abroad. The helm bearer and the dream maker of Rang now are Biplob Saha and Soumik Das. Rang has 12 showrooms, 9 in Dhaka, 1 in Chittagong, 1 in Sylhet and 1 in Naryanganj.

17 years back, a journey started with an initiative to fill a dream with colours. Today, because of the hard work of everyone, along with prayers and well wishes, that dream has turned into what is now known as Rang, known for its variety and rhythm of colours.

Bengali New Year is an amazing, one-of-a-kind phenomenon. The crowd, the festivity, the culture, the paper sculptures, the new dresses and the morning sun of New Year all combined together bring a hint of excitement to the people. To bring this event alive and fill it with colours, every year Rang brings a variety of surprises to colour the dreams of people.

Rang’s Boishakhi collection this year is heavily influenced by the artworks of Sukumar Pal. The exhibition titled ‘Boishakher Rang’ successfuly held on 31 March 2012. Sukumar Pal inaugurated the exhibition at the boutique’s Shimanto Square (Rifles Square) outlet. The event will run till Pohela Boishakh 1419, 14 April 2012.

RANG Boishakhi Fashion Gallery 2012 (1419)

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