Rohit and Varun steal the show at DFW
Designer Varun Sardana and the master of drape Rohit Bal presented their collections and left the audience spell bound, writes Deepti Kaul. See specialfashion and trends Updated: Oct 17, 2008 10:53 IST
After the right start, Delhi Fashion Week was at its peak on the day 3.
Designer Varun Sardana and the master of drape Rohit Bal presented their collections and left the audience spell bound.
Rohit Bal's show was as usual packed with all his fans trying to occupy first row. International designer Vivienne Tam, beauty queen Shahnaz Husain with her family, Charu Sachdev with sister Priya Chatwal were one of the front row viewers. And the designer himself was standing in a corner coyly watching his show and boosting the models.
The place all done in red looked charming. The show started with a model coming out of the heap of sponge pieces, wearing a red elaborate gown.
Collection was high on creativity, as models walked the ramp in elaborate gowns and dresses; male models were seen in sleek straight pants puffed at tighs, with structured jackets.
The colour pallate had the colours like red, black, pastel green. Foral embossed patterns on jackets looked interesting.
Dolls came alive on Varun Sardana's show as his collection was inspired with dolls, models walked the ramp dressed as dolls and nursery rhythms were playing in the background with balloons in the air.
The colection had dresses, gowns, hot pants, knee length jazzy shorts, and shirts with ruffled collars.
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