Hyderabad, December 6, 2019: 'Purple Feathers' an exclusive designer store is launched by Pinky agarwal at Banjarahills in Hyderabad on Friday.
Pinkey Agarwal is Hyderabad’s young designer who is aiming to tranform ‘Purple Feathers’ stores into flagship designer stores for her customers in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
Pinkey Agarwal showcased her collection at the very prominent Lakme Fashion Week W/F ’19 held in Mumbai and India Fashion Week (IFW) SS’20 which was held in Delhi. Her collection ‘Pops of Purple’ received great response at IFW. Purple Feathers is a Fashion Studio based in Hyderabad which was founded in 2014 by Pinkey Agarwal. Through the years her label Purple Feathers has gained a significant clientele by means of designs, quality products, fair pricing, wide range of collections and competitive advantages in the production process.
The whole collection is in pastel tones with a unique hand embellishment touch in each and every garment which is the signature style of the designer Pinkey Agarwal. The variety of collection includes Ghagra’s, Capes, Drape Top & Skirts, Gowns, Anarkali’s, Ruffled Drape Sarees, Cocktail Gowns & Kidswear. So it is a one stop location for all occasions.
Pinkey Agarwal, said, “I am really really happy to launch my store at Banjara Hills. Purple Feathers provides its collections exclusively through its own store in Hyderabad. We like to control the whole creation and production process in order to provide the best quality products. We look forward to expanding our store in other major cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. We also would like to take our collection to International level as we are into western wear.”
The creative design department at Purple Feathers solely managed by Pinkey Agarwal. The inspiration and style of our collection changes every season, however three elements always remain stable which is the high quality of the raw materials, the proper implementation of every design which is achieved by the trial of every sample on real bodies before it reaches production and also the thought that clothes are manufactured to meet real women’s needs.