Global Desi Delhi: This is not just another shop with traditional Indian prints on kurtas, kurtis, tunics, salwars and tops. There is a difference. The designs have Indian gods and goddesses, folk prints, cultural motifs and other ethnic designs on very contemporary style clothing. So if you like it cute and quirky, you should certainly go for Global Desi Delhi.
The colours are vibrant reds, blues and greens and the fabrics are of all kinds. The clothes really stand out with the liberal use of Indian colours and dyes.
The tunics cost around Rs. 600 – Rs. 800 each, while the kurtas wear a price-tag of Rs. 600 – Rs. 1000 per piece. Very Indian, very desi yet modern nonetheless. A spunky global style statement by designer Anita Dongre who has a half dozen inimitable labels to her credit.
Ochre and Black Private Limited is one of India’s leading fashion houses today. The company owns and operates two brands: Global Desi and AND. While the former is a vibrant brand of boho-chic ensembles, the latter is popular for its contemporary western wear for women.
Launched in 2007, Global Desi currently boasts of 146 exclusive brand outlets and 402 multi-brand stores across the country. Global Desi opened its first outlet in Mauritius in 2013.