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Calcutta-based Kultprit makes apparel and accessories for the rebel who believes in self-expression through their outfits. Quirky, fun and energetic, their collection of tees, hoodies, joggers and even wallets are for the young and progressive.

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Started by Saumya Jain along with his wife Olena Klymyuk from Ukraine, who moved to Calcutta after being married, and another co-founder Hursh Bais, Kultprit’s clothing is for the people of 2016. Edgy, stylish and quirky, these are going to be the next new things in your pile of casual clothing. Abstract prints, quirky texts, funky illustrations and great graphics in general, their collection will keep you at the edge of your seat.

For Him

The pretty large collection of t-shirts and vests can leave you feeling fresh. Coffee lovers, this tee, which puts coffee before sex, drugs and rock and roll, you are going to adore! For men who cannot live without beards, here’s a nice one with a graphic illustration of a coveted beard, and people generally pissed off with the world and are in constant DND-mode, this vest, which reads “It’s Fuck Off Oclock”, is your top pick! They only have two basic sweatshirts for men, both of which we really want! Their collection of jogger pants are not just for your daily sprints, but can also totally be worn casually for those days you’re feeling particularly stylish.

For Her

Having a messed up day? Slip into this tee, which reads “SH*T HAPPENS”, to fix your crabby mood! Feeling smothered by people around you in general, this one featuring an astronaut in space, is so gonna make you laugh! Dancing skeletons and cute pandas also feature in their range. There are a few from the men’s collection that are made for women as well, but if you really like something from the men’s apparel, please don’t hesitate to gen one — comfort clothing FTW, remember?

Price: INR 399-2,499

Contact: catchus@kultprit.com

Check out their website here to shop online.

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