WIFW wrapped up in stellar fashion with a well-executed collection by Sabyasachi. Earlier in the day, Anita Dongre presented yet another line that is sure to attract buyers aplenty.
Rahul Mishra: Beautifully tailored dresses were the highlight of his creations this season. It also marked the introduction of certain elements of glitter on the surface of his collection too.
Rahul Reddy: Known by now for his ability to create neat, uncluttered styles, this time the designer brought a collection to the runway full of blacks, with traces of fuchsia running all the way through.
Anita Dongre: Brocades and raw silks with pleats and pin tucks with extensive use of gold in broad belts and neck pieces, the collection was high on glamour and is meant for the diva.
Anand Kabra: His brilliance came in the form of both Indian and western wear. Towards the end, he kept the audience engaged as more ivory and gold Indian wear appeared on the ramp, all done very stylishly.
Sabyasachi: The WIFW Grand Finale was a memorable one, with Sabyasachi drawing inspiration from Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Pedro Almodovar. He presented a brilliantly executed collection of modern wear, which he termed as “cultured modernism”. His ability to intersperse craft and modernity was once again evident in his collection that also had plenty of bright colours that he usually stays away from.