Gucci’s latest creation ‘The Kaftan’ is worth 5 lacs and looks a lot like our desi kurtas! [PICTURES]

The 'Gucci kaftan' is made in Italy, but many people believe that it majorly features Asian traditional wear style.

Fashion is born with inspiration and fashion designers seem to find their inspiration anywhere – be it cultures, emotions, gestures, and more. The fashion design company Gucci often ends up seeking inspiration from cultures across the world.

The luxury fashion house based in Florence, Italy might have based its latest creation on Asian dresses found in every desi woman’s closet. The world-famous fashion brand has started selling its own range of kaftans – a robe worn across Asia.

Gucci has great things to say about its new creation. The website explaining the style of the new garment reads:

Crafted from organic linen, this kaftan is enriched with floral embroidery and self-tile tassels. First introduced as part of Gucci’s 1996 collection, the kaftan continues to be an integral part of the House aesthetic while evolving in new materials and modern details. Unexpected layering with tracksuit pieces defines a whole new way to interpret the garment, giving it a surprising twist.

Click here to look at all the kaftan options Gucci is offering.

The ‘Gucci kaftan’ is made in Italy, but many people believe that it majorly features Asian traditional wear style. One look at the creation will remind you of the desi kurta resting in your wardrobe, costing 2,000 to 4,000 rupees.

The Italian brand is selling the garment as ‘floral embroidery organic linen kaftan’. The price of the Gucci kaftan is USD 3,500, which is approximately 5 lakh and 40 thousand in Pakistani rupees. Imagine how many kurtas you can buy at the price of one ‘Gucci kaftan’ – the number will fascinate you!

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