All the trend inspiration you need from the final day of fashion week in Delhi
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All the trend inspiration you need from the final day of fashion week in Delhi

From metallic inspiration for a new age-bride to gender-fluid fashion for fall, the final day of fashion week in Delhi, organised by Fashion Design Council of India, gave us major #trendgoals

fashion and trends Updated: Mar 19, 2017 17:36 IST
Snigdha Ahuja
Snigdha Ahuja
Hindustan Times
Tarun Tahiliani,Amit Aggarwal,Trends
The final day from fashion week gave us a lot of fall inspiration. Here are creations from the Grand Finale by designers Tarun Tahiliani + Amit Aggarwal.

The fashion week in the Capital took a bow at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, on Saturday evening. The four-day event had a bit of everything — from ample inspiration for your autumn/winter wardrobe to Bollywood celebs sprinkling a bit of star dust to the bi-annual affair. And, the final day had a lot of trends that’ll help add to your autumn mood. Here are a few of them.


Creations by Tarun Tahiliani and Amit Aggarwal, who presented at the Grand Finale. (Viral Bhayani)

For the Grand Finale, designer Tarun Tahiliani, the ‘Guru’, presented a collaborative collection with ‘Shishya’, Amit Aggarwal. The collections looked to the future for inspiration. From Tahiliani’s creations, one could choose from elaborate yet understated embroidery or go for cocktail-perfect graphic-printed separates. On the other hand, Amit Aggarwal’s structured mastery gave a vote to sustainable fashion as he restored Patola saris, lush brocades and played with three-dimensional details. Dedicated to a bride or to an ethnicwear aficionado — it’s clear the future of fall is made of metallics, bold prints and handcrafted weaves.


Black and white for autumn was seen at Rohit Kamra’s show. Actor Richa Chadda walked for Kamra. (Shivam Saxena/HT)

At Rohit Kamra, the collection was mostly made of black and white for fall with a touch of metallic. If you are not afraid of ushering in leather weather, invest in a pair of leather leggings to add mettle. Actor Richa Chadda turned showstopper for the Jaipur-based designer. .


The checkered suit made a statement at Dhruv Vaish’s show. Wrestler Sangram Singh walked for Vaish. (Shivam Saxena/HT)

Designer Dhruv Vaish showed a collection with statement formalwear. While layering was on-point for autumn, the checkered suit made an appearance often in the showcase. For the coming season, give gingham a chance, guys.Wrestler Sangram Singh walked for Vaish.


Actor Dia Mirza lit up H&M’s conscious collection presentation. (Shivam Saxena/HT)

While eco-conscious fashion has been a buzzword for long, you don’t have to compromise on style to cash in on the trend. At H&M, actor Dia Mirza wore a romantic tulle dress made with re-cycled polyester. So for fall, experiment with consciously created or restored fabrics.


Singer Anushka Manchanda was the showstopper for Nought One’s athleisure collection. (Shivam Saxena/HT)

To revamp your autumn layering, go the co-ords way. At Nought One by Abhishek Paatni, singer Anushka Manchanda walked out in a re-imagined camouflage print jacket and matching athleisure pants. So, go for co-ordinated separates for winter for a uni-toned stylish look.

First Published: Mar 19, 2017 17:35 IST