Pawan Kumar, an international designer, has debuted his New Miuz Spring/Summer 2019 collection, “Midnight Blues,” at Couture Fashion Week, New York showcase on Saturday, September 8 at 6:00 pm at the Crowne Plaza Times Square, 1605 Broadway, Manhattan.
Following New Miuz’s debut in 2016 Couture Fashion Week, Kumar returned this season with a highly anticipated line of evening wear inspired by the tropical island nights of Mauritius. Known for feminine silhouettes and luxurious fabrics, he has broken new ground with this collection by featuring sustainable and eco-friendly denim with TENCEL™ x REFIBRA™ branded lyocell fibers Tencel in sophisticated, clean, and elevated designs.
Kumar, an award-winning fashion innovator with an extensive background in textile technology, was Mauritius’ first designer to be featured in New York Fashion Week. The designer drew this season’s inspiration from his native country, explaining, “There is nothing more soothing than to lay down on a hammock at night and watch the deep blue sky in Mauritius. Based on this feeling, I designed this collection using fabric with different shades of indigo.”
The environmentally responsible garments with TENCEL™ Denim used in Pawan’s “Midnight Blues” collection was created utilizing the modern denim finishing with the laser technology of Jeanologia, Spain and produced at Saitex Vietnam. The selection of the fabrics usesTENCEL™ x REFIBRA™ Lyocell, considered amongthe most sustainable fibers in the world, by upcycling Cotton scraps from garment production into pulp and thenmixing with wood pulp harvested from responsibly managed farms. TENCEL™ X REFIBRA™ fibers transform cotton waste into new virgin fibers through Lenzing’s environmental award-winning closed-loop lyocell production process and woven by textile mills worldwide including: Santanderina, Blue Diamond, Prosperity, Candiani, Barutcu, Cone Denim and Tintex whose fabrics are used in this collection. In addition to botanic origins, TENCEL™ x REFIBRA™ Lyocell fibers live up to circular economy expectations as they are fully compostable and biodegradable in both soil and water at the end of their useful life.

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