Dressy but equally subtle were the chiffon lehengas and cholis in colours of rose, peach, pink, mauve, red, and green, as also the silk kurtas with boxy straight loose Aligarhi pajamas in brocade. The finale consisted of rich South Indian silk sarees with gold temple borders and pallas, enhanced with mythological bird motifs. The colours were as ornamental - jewel shades of green, blue, maroon, and orange.
They also launched a new range called Khak, made of cottons and linens. Coloured in natural hues of indigo, army greens, and browns, it consisted of jodhpur pants, waistcoats, jackets, short sleeved shirts and textured skirts.