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Rocky S

Rocky Singhvy (better known as Rocky S) showed his creative work in spades : Cut off pants on men and women; asymmetrical hemlines: just below sea level to knee skimming 60's style in graphic prints, streamlined cargos with Indian embroidery and sequin work.

india Updated: Jul 19, 2003 11:53 IST

"Rocky Singhvy (better known as Rocky S) showed his creative work in spades : Cut off pants on men and women; asymmetrical hemlines: just below sea level to knee skimming 60's style in graphic prints, streamlined cargos with Indian embroidery and sequin work."

COLLECTION

Inspiration: Street Goth inspired by Street Vamp with attitude. A collection from a designer whose work has matured without loosing his funky soul.

Silhouette: Nothing radically new but well executed in interesting fabric combinations. Good looking linens played against high quality synthetics worked with exciting surface treatments: slashing, fraying, embossing and funky screen prints.

Colors: The main colour palette was somber grey with splashes of electric orange and pink and tones so shocking that Elsa would have been rocking.

Fabrics: Denim, leatherite, synthetic crepe and linen.

Prints: There's a mixture of embossed and screen prints.

Accessories:

The girls' killer heels and the boys' footwear: Moccasins, loafers and chunky flip flops complimented the mood perfectly.

Don't miss: Male transparent chests and dangerously low female hipsters.

Best look: Fluid striped dress over girdle and bra. Very feminine.

Catwalk: 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: Cori Walia

First Published: Jul 18, 2003 20:36 IST