Jaime Black, a Canadian Aboriginal artist, arranged a red-clothed exhibition at the University of Winnipeg in Canada. He planned it to remember Canadian Aboriginal women who were murdered or went missing. Later, it spread to multiple nations, including the United States. Respect, memory, and protest started to be signified by wearing red apparel. In the realm of fashion, there are numerous events, each of which is distinguished by its virtuous intent. No longer were clothing or its hues restricted to the world of enticing fashion. Has attained ubiquity.
The 21st of February has a long and bloody history for the language. To honour the occasion, the black-and-white fashion statement we designed always featured an alphabet motif. Artists and fashion designers have been quite conscientious about this. However, nothing is permanent in the experimental fashion sector; thus, the design motif has changed this time. In several instances, colour has also left an impact. Fashion houses have merged popular taste and historical significance with delicious food. Bengali writers, poems, patriotic songs, etc., have supplemented the popular themes of the alphabet and the Shaheed Minar. Also considered media are needlepoint, block, appliqué, catwalk, screen, and embroidered work.
For a long time, the 1st of February has been commemorated by domestic fashion businesses by favouring black and white in their clothing collections. Colours like off-white and grey are now frequently paired with them. Green, yellow, blue, purple, and red is just a few other colours available. While cotton is most common, other fabrics such as silk, muslin, georgette, and half silk are also utilised. Ekush’s style has evolved beyond the sari blouse and the Punjabi pyjama.
This year’s Mother Language Day, the domestic fashion house has chosen Sadakalo Ekushe February’s poem ‘Ekusher Gan’ in the design plan of the dress. They made the dress design with the lines of this poem. Apart from this, the clothes have been designed with the Bengali alphabet in block and screen print.
As a tribute to the 11th of February, clothing brand Nitya Gift has brought new t-shirts for kids and adults alike. Bangla has designed the t-shirts under the titles Bangla Amar Bachon, Language Tower, Ekush Sakal-2, Balya Shiksha and Tarun Ashanta. In addition, fashion house Rang Bangladesh has brought twenty-one new dresses.
Queen’s Closet has prepared some exquisite sarees for the 21st of February. Shahid minar, standing for both the letter ‘S’ and the number ’21, is one of the motifs employed. The owner and head designer at Queen’s Closet, Bithi Sarkar, has remarked, “Sari designs are typically composed of cotton, or cotton and half silk for a one-day celebration.” There is a time and a place for this saree style. They are also inexpensive, easy to move into, and visually pleasing. It’s possible to keep the cost reasonable, too.
Some designers have also embellished their garments with inventive collage patterns, vintage motifs, and modern geometric patterns. Clothes from Kcraft and Rang Bangladesh Ekush feature inventive decorating, such as Shahid minar and alphabet layout, among other patterns. You may find pyjamas, Punjabi shirts, t-shirts, family matching outfits, sarees, salwar kameez, northern, etc., at virtually any high-end clothing retailer.
Shopping and Bargaining
Each designer has their own retail location. In addition, they have websites and social media profiles of their own. Every fashion brand is available at the outlet and on the website. In addition, nearly all businesses offer nationwide home delivery via couriers. Aside from that, the companies also provide online purchasing amenities.
The clothing of Akusha is not sold separately. As a result, clothing for all organisations can be purchased at standard prices.