Hits and misses on the ramp

One of the nicest shows at the WIFW this season, every designer created magic on the ramp with their creative costumes.

fashion and trends Updated: Oct 29, 2010 17:10 IST
Vinod Nair
Vinod Nair
Hindustan Times

One of the nicest shows at the WIFW this season

Anita Dongre:
One of the nicest shows at the WIFW this season, Anita Dongre presented her collection in organic cotton. Embroidery was subtle and in very interesting colours. The clean looks and Western silhouettes are perfect for any woman with a stylish attitude.

Mynah by Reynu Tandon: Nicely crafted western garments with perforated surfaces were the highlight of her collection this time. In addition were a fair sprinkling of jerseys and a range of colours.

Kotwara by Meera Muzaffar Ali: Simplistic in appeal, yet very elegant. Their silhouettes were both fluid and crisp and surfaces were treated carefully with techniques in colouring and designing. The duo also brought in a variety of styles on the ramp.

Tarun Tahiliani: He's the designer who leaves no stones unturned when it comes to grandeur on the fashion runway. At the WIFW Grand Finale, Tarun showed his creativity in a variety of garments with hints of embroidery, stylish accessories and perfect looks. Indo-Westerns and Western silhouettes ruled.

First Published: Oct 29, 2010 15:18 IST