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Raisin to launch a fashion collection for women travellers

Raisin Echo Travel Collection

The collection ‘Echo’ is designed for comfort and freedom as women discover new places

By Siddhi Jain

November 16, 2019 (IANSlife) To celebrate the growing women travellers, and to empower them with comfort that exudes confidence, clothing brand Raisin has introduced a new travel fashion collection for women.

The collection ‘Echo’ will be lauched on Sunday. It is designed to extend a feeling of comfort and freedom as women begin discovering new places and create memories. 

Woven in supreme breathable fabrics, the line consists of dresses, jumpsuits and two-piece sets. Interesting cuts and fall feature the collection in solid prints and fresh shades with minimal intricate details coalescing travel-friendly outfits. 

From chic to elegant, the line features comfortable travel wear for women of all ages.


Raisin to launch a fashion collection for women travellers


“Raisin is a contemporary fashion label that celebrates the spirit of modern Indian women in all walks of life with its fusion wear. Our new travel collection, ‘Echo’ resonates with the freedom and confidence women feel when they listen to their inner voices and break the society’s conformist outlook to travel. Aimed at extending comfort, this collection empowers women travelers in style,” Vikash Pacheriwal, the brand’s co-founder said.

Raisin recently associated with, a concept by Reliance Retail and a unique model in the premium segment, to increase its presence amongst popular retail brands. Raisin’s collections will now be available at Project Eve stores present across metro cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.

The collection starts from Rs 1,049 available at 250 SIS stores across 15 states in India with online access on Myntra, Amazon, Central, Flipkart and Raisin’s official website


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Editing by Aditi Roy and N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe