Founder, PS Kids, Mum­bai

India Today - - TREND - By Shelly Anand

In 2016, Payal Sing­hal launched her kidswear line—PS Kids af­ter she saw a huge gap in the market. There was a niche market for the col­lec­tion and a lot of her clients wanted sim­i­lar prints and de­signs for their chil­dren as well. “Com­fort­able fab­rics are part of all my col­lec­tions as wear­a­bil­ity is most im­por­tant. Colours and styles vary from girls to boys and range from bold and pas­tel flo­rals and ab­stract pat­terns for girls and dense flo­rals, bright pat­terns and solids for boys,” says Sing­hal. She caters to chil­dren be­tween two and ten years and also cus­tomises for ages be­yond that for oc­ca­sion wear. Her line has tu­nics, tops, and lehen­gas for girls and kurta bandi sets and kurta churi­daar sets for boys. She uses soft fab­rics such as cot­tons, mal and silks and en­sures that the sil­hou­ettes are with­out un­nec­es­sary em­bel­lish­ments and are easy to wear.

Price From `3,000 to `35,000 for oc­ca­sion wear­als­ing­

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