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Resort Fashion Week

27 lut

INIFD presented the 23rd Batch of Gen Next stars at the signature fashion firm that inaugurated Day One at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer / Resort 2017. It was an elegant explosion on the ramp when talented designers showed their neo-futuristic creations guided by Fashion experts Sabina Chopra; For the very appreciative audience who witnessed the show with an intensified emotion.

Linen dress

PALLAVI SINGH – AN INDO-JAPANESE FUSION

Pallavi Singh of Noida presented his ARCVSH label with a collection called „Tokyo-Delhi”. The obvious inspirations were Indian and Japanese but it was the Japanese hand embroidery called Shashiko, very similar to the Kantha of India and the hand block printing which was the cynosure of the creations. With the indigo as a color base and a melting of cotton and Chanderi, the separates were a feast for the eyes. Will power tops with embellished long skirts, knee-length gilets and feminine skirts created an impact on the ramp. Skirt skirt dress over trousers and white embroidered coat and pants moved in the pure white zone. The last long skirt embellished with a navy blue bomber jacket was a great entrance.

NAKITA SINGH – CONTEMPORARY STYLES QUIRKY

Featured in several fashion magazines in India and New York, Nakita Singh, the new fashion star of Kolkata, unveiled her collection „Outline” inspired by doodle and art forms. With nature as a theme, Nakita started with white / black creations and used embroidery on natural fabrics like khadi and linen to present a fresh and comfortable summer look. Maxi shirts were highlighted with black contours on the bodice and cuffs, while the black / white jackets were large eye catchers when they joined, layers and stripes with white socks. Capri Baggy with vest and tunic, short sleeve jacket with capris / tunic and maxi with a long cover were super looks. The final sari and draping blouse creatively brought a final fusion to the range.
Linen A-line Dress

ISHANEE MUKHERJEE AND ANIRUDH CHAWLA – THE FANTASY OF FEMALE FASHION

Ishanee Mukherjee and Anirudh Chawla made sure that their label „Poochki” focuses not only on Indian textiles and crafts but also projected their impressions of imaginative wildlife with block carving and printing. The Delhi design duo projected the conservation of animals through the medium, which was sometimes inspired by the Orient. Transparent and opaque fabrics in pale gray, pale blue and white pastels became relaxed lace trousers, shorts with sleeves printed in layers and beautiful printed summer dresses. Printed dress with long sleeves and long sleeves, shorts, cap and cap, an interesting dress on the jacket and the maxi skirt gorgeous with a flouncy jacket were ideal summer options.

SOUMODEEP DUTTA – REVERSE MODA DECLARATIONS

Soumodeep Dutta, winner of several awards, was the star student of NIFT Kolkata and called his collection „Connecting Link”, which had a spiritual flavor that sought to understand the foundations of Supreme Power. Featuring an innovative line of garments inspired by sari curtains, Soumodeep ensured that there was a surprising continuity in design sensibilities. Hence the verses of garments often became fronts and vis-a-versa. Here the designer allowed the user complete freedom and encouraged creativity to change shape and silhouette according to one’s desire. Cute shorts were draped with loose tunics and sari-inspired shades worked well with striped tunics. The looped dress with batwing sleeves was inspired by the sari; While the draped hems were shifting over the shoulders for a midi and the final draped sari-cum-pant with a loose-fitting blouse was in tune with the theme.
linen pants

RESHAM KARMCHANDANI AND SANYA SURI – SUSTAINABLE FLUID AND GENDER

The label „The Pot Plant” by Resham Karmchandani and Sanya Suri believed in the dictation of zero-waste-free fashion through cycling. The silhouettes were crisp and linear with natural fabrics, which made the garments almost a second skin. The collection called „Beyond the binary” was a line of genre fluid with anti-adjustment as the basis of the silhouettes. Using pure cotton in cool staple tones, the neutral cuts along with hand embroidered floral motifs were ideal for the moist months. Boxy jackets combined with cropped loose trousers, inspired kimono jackets, patched pants and soft blouses in shades of brown, navy and gray looked stylish. The wear of men and women moved smoothly through the show and could be exchanged by users. Solids and stripes came together in perfect harmony for blouses, pleated pants, long-sleeved linen tunic dresses and contrasting navy, dark red, white stripes and discreet floral embroidery to break the monotony.

 
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