Designs that were easy on the eyes
Well-made, wearable garments were the order of the day as one designer after the other displayed innovative textures and prints in chic silhouettes. Here's a look and review of the collections.fashion and trends Updated: Apr 09, 2011 13:46 IST
Well-made, wearable garments were the order of the day as one designer after the other displayed innovative textures and prints in chic silhouettes.Rajesh Pratap Singh
A designer who has only one mantra – innovation and he showed plenty of them with pixellated surface treatments in various forms, including floral patterns. Well-made and neatly finished, the garments in western formats were chic.
Young couple Ankur and Priyanka Modi have established themselves as designers who make clothes for the modern woman. This time around, they came out with interesting drapes, chequered dresses, embroidered jackets and some interesting prints.
Arguably his best collection so far. Classy in appeal, his garments had interesting textures, stitch detailing, fabric play, quilting and thread work.
Clever play with the colour palette with embellished necklines, flowy silhouettes and rather controlled detailing made their collection easy on the eyes and aesthetically appealing.
A perfect amalgamation of well-made and well accessorised clothes in interesting weaves, embroidery, various forms of textures and prints. This collection was young in appeal and very wearable.
Label by Ritu Kumar
Amrish Kumar, son of Ritu Kumar, has by now proved that stylish designer clothes too can be easy on the pocket with the introduction of Label. Using fabrics like jacquards, woolen blends, silk, lycra and jerseys, here’s yet another collection that promises to be a sellout.