Dhaka : Kay Kraft's Boishakh collection of this year consists of panjabi (long, semi-long, and short), salwar kameez, sari, women's top including 'fatua,' fusion kurti, top with coti, two part kurti, long kurti, regular kurti, skirt and kids' wear. Materials for the products are mostly indigenous fabric, such as cotton, silk, dupioni, and muslin, woven through the means of hand-loom, power loom and semi-power loom.
The dominant colours of this collection are traditional crimson, ivory-white, beige, magenta, and violet. Kay Kraft includes a splash of mustard-yellow, cobalt-blue and parrot-green to add the necessary distinction to its offered clothing. Designs and cuts are mostly traditional, providing a much needed relief from the over-used asymmetrical cuts of long Pakistani attires.
Nasir Ahmed, General Manager, Kay Kraft mentioned that in an attempt to highlight the Bangladeshi cultural heritage, an extensive use of folk motifs is seen in all products.
Kay Kraft has also used ethnic motif, nakshi katha, gujarat, ikkat, Kashmiri stitch motif on their Boishakh dresses.
Customers will be able to find the comfortable, trendy and festive Boishakhi attires of Kay Kraft at all of its outlets.