Outfits resemble the inside, according to many. And so, remembering the language martyrs in the month of International Mother Language Day - the 21st of February - Bangalee pay homage through various cultural activities, of which attires have become a major part. Numerous renowned boutiques or fashion houses have come up with the colour of Ekushey in their outfits.
Aarong's collection for Ekushey
In this February, Aarong's designer works on black, red and white symbolising our national mourn, strength and peace. To bring stunning looks on designs Aarong used tie-dye, checks, print techniques on cloth. Keeping summer in mind all the works are done in hand loom, power loom, cotton and silk fabrics. Aarong has collection for all aged customers - sarees, salwar kamiz, punjabis, taaga (tops for young girls) and kids also.
Aranya's Ekushey attires
In remembrance of the Language Movement, Aranya has designed a special collection of panjabis, sarees and kotis. Black, white and red have been the choice of colours. In case of design, Bengali alphabets have been used to create floral motifs. From a distance, they look like normal floral motifs, but when you look closer, you see the Bengali alphabets that have formed them.
Anjan's in this Ekushey
Fashion house Anjan's is offering a new collection of outfits made in traditional designs but with trendy patterns. The collection includes cotton salwar, kamiz, fatua, saree, punjabi and kids wear in colours like red, white and black. Letters and imprinted images have been focused in the designs.
Ekushey in SadaKalo
Like always SadaKalo has launched its special cloths remembering the Ekushey. This collection has focused on Bangla alphabets and the numbers like other trendy fashion houses. Saree, kamiz, tops, waist coat, punjabi and kids wear are available in this collection keeping in mind the 'probhaatpheri' and school events on the day.
Rang in respect of martyrs
Rang, one of the leading fashion houses in the country, has brought up huge collections of trendy outfits to mark the Ekushey. The ingredients of Ekushey like Shaheed Minar, letters, alphabets, song and poet of Ekushey, flowers, sun, birds are intriguingly focused in Rang's sari, three-piece, punabi and special designed t-shirts, skirt-tops, blouse pieces and shawls. Red and green colour of the national flag is used in many of their dresses.
Kay Kraft's Ekushey
Kay Kraft pays a glowing tribute to the Ekushey by bringing up trendy outfits for the atmosphere of the Ekushey. Letters are specially prioritised to design their dress in this Ekushey. The letters, the Language Movement, war of independence are portrayed with utmost passion. As colour - black, red, grey and white are chosen.