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GRADO presents its extensive tailored collection for menswear

GRADO, presents a quintessential man from the House of GBTL and OCM unveils its festive collection, presenting a varied palette for its customers. From the bunch of fabrics in the menswear lead offered by the brand, each fabric features a sophisticated amalgamation of comfort with style. Giving the perfect shade to your festive look, myriad collections from GRADO are stocking retailer shelves and making a big impact in festive attire.

Picasso, made with rayon and polyester and available in myriad colours ranging from the Frosted Greys, Black, Blue, Coffee and Khakhi to the bright and illuminating Red, Green, Royal Blue, Orange, Maroon and Wine to name a few. This fabric drapes well for both ethnic & western wear.

Streeza, a wonderful blend with a 4-way stretch in regular and base colours for a crisp, classic look. Blends range from poly/viscose/lycra and poly/viscose/lycra/wool. These are functional and easy to wear and wonderful for multi-taskers.

Smart TR, Polyester viscose has never been so fine. Choose from a range of solid range options and classic colours – excellent for western wear.

A few noteworthy collections from GRADO includes:

Finezza, in a fine wool blend, the colours range from nut yellow, Graphite grey, cobalt blue, dusky black and sapphire light blue. With an impeccable fall, this fabric is great for western wear.

Claro, this wool-rich blend covers different designs such as Madras checks, Pinstripes, Graph checks, and some micro/ macrostructure patterns. The colours span across desert maroon, Blonde yellow, bronze browns and ultramarine blues. They are wonderful fabrics for suitings and festive wear alike.

Windsor, this premium wool blend is perfect for any western wear and encompasses the beauty of simple designs like Tatter stall, Windowpanes, Houndstooth, Pinstripes and some Geometrical patterns.

The above collections can be custom-tailored into your favourite design of suits, tuxedos, waistcoats, sherwanis, achkans, angrakhas, bundi jackets and bandhgalas complemented by silhouettes along with the amazing palette; traversing an array of colours.

The brand GRADO is a synergistic coming together of legacy brands Grasim (erstwhile Gwalior) and OCM, with an intent to offer the entire product basket to the consumers - ranging from synthetics to cottons to worsted, under the same brand umbrella. GRADO has one of the greatest celebrities of Indian cinema, Mr. Amitabh Bachchan as the Brand Ambassador.

GRADO, presents a quintessential man from the House of GBTL and OCM unveils its festive collection, presenting a varied palette for its customers. From the bunch of fabrics in the menswear lead offered by the brand, each fabric features a sophisticated amalgamation of comfort with style. Giving the perfect shade to your festive look, myriad collections from GRADO are stocking retailer shelves and making a big impact in festive attire.

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Picasso, made with rayon and polyester and available in myriad colours ranging from the Frosted Greys, Black, Blue, Coffee and Khakhi to the bright and illuminating Red, Green, Royal Blue, Orange, Maroon and Wine to name a few. This fabric drapes well for both ethnic & western wear. <p>

Streeza, a wonderful blend with a 4-way stretch in regular and base colours for a crisp, classic look. Blends range from poly/viscose/lycra and poly/viscose/lycra/wool. These are functional and easy to wear and wonderful for multi-taskers. <p>Smart TR, Polyester viscose has never been so fine. Choose from a range of solid range options and classic colours – excellent for western wear. <p>A few noteworthy collections from GRADO includes:

Finezza, in a fine wool blend, the colours range from nut yellow, Graphite grey, cobalt blue, dusky black and sapphire light blue. With an impeccable fall, this fabric is great for western wear. <p>

Claro, this wool-rich blend covers different designs such as Madras checks, Pinstripes, Graph checks, and some micro/ macrostructure patterns. The colours span across desert maroon, Blonde yellow, bronze browns and ultramarine blues. They are wonderful fabrics for suitings and festive wear alike. <p>

Windsor, this premium wool blend is perfect for any western wear and encompasses the beauty of simple designs like Tatter stall, Windowpanes, Houndstooth, Pinstripes and some Geometrical patterns.    <p>

The above collections can be custom-tailored into your favourite design of suits, tuxedos, waistcoats, sherwanis, achkans, angrakhas, bundi jackets and bandhgalas complemented by silhouettes along with the amazing palette; traversing an array of colours. <p>

The brand GRADO is a synergistic coming together of legacy brands Grasim (erstwhile Gwalior) and OCM, with an intent to offer the entire product basket to the consumers - ranging from synthetics to cottons to worsted, under the same brand umbrella. GRADO has one of the greatest celebrities of Indian cinema, Mr. Amitabh Bachchan as the Brand Ambassador.

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