Anju Modi presents globally-inspired couture
Designer Anju Modi’s interpretation of global fashion was an interesting watch. Anarkalis were the USP of her collection and white, as always, dominated her collection. Aditi Caroli reports.fashion and trends Updated: Feb 16, 2012 15:05 IST
Designer Anju Modi’s interpretation of global fashion was an interesting watch. Anarkalis were the USP of her collection.
Designer on her collection:
"It’s global women’s interpretation of fashion today. As we are travelling so much, we are using the cultural influences on our dressing. Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Russian, Sylvania and other countries have inspired me. Mostly fabrics are Indians- khadis,
, net, velvet. I wanted to attain a country side look.”
Designer has used international colour palette. “Global colours like charcoal, red, off-white, ivory, yellow are used. These are internationally accepted colours.”
White, as always, dominated Anju’s collection: “White is a very positive colour. It has all the seven colours in it. It has a very nice energy to it.”