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Aki Narula

Aki Narula showed the after-effects of his creative brush with fabric to enhance and channelise the female oomph.

india Updated: Jul 19, 2003 11:53 IST

"Aki Narula showed the after-effects of his creative brush with fabric to enhance and channelise the female oomph. Having adorned the key star cast of Mira Nair's 'Monsoon' wedding and Farhan Akhtar's 'Dil Chahta Hai', Aki enjoys a special recognition in Bollywood. His clothes are clean cut, sharply defined and embellished minimally.

COLLECTION

Inspiration: Kimonoesque wraps where the dictate is Zen - Unisex styling to accentuate leisure.

Silhouette: An amazing mix of silk and soft linen to enhance the right shape and size of female dimensions. Additional efforts were made to make the oomph get highlighted by giving deep slits and cuts on cleavage, back and legs.

Colors: Off-white, pastel, blue and maroon to celebrate the sensual freedom of today's woman.

Fabrics: Silk, Denim and linen.

Prints: A mix of floral and asymmetrical prints.

Accessories: Chinese brocades, belts and ivory beads with pointed sandals and satrapy footwear.

Don't miss: Irresistible sensual cuts.

Best look: Loose tops to let your body parts breathe and play within.

Catwalk: Gracy, sensual and elegant. One of the finest displays of clothes by models under Asha Kochhar and Vidyun Singh's choreography. The stage and backdrop was in perfect sync with the theme and made the catwalk easy for the ramp goddesses. Lubna Adams did a wonderful job.

Beauty and Styling: Ambika Pillai

First Published: Jul 18, 2003 20:36 IST