Day 2: Trendsetting Highlights from of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017
Standing way apart from the ‘handloom’ vibe of Day 1 of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017, Day 2 was all about edgy modernity of beat boxing and gorillas meeting the Coachella-vibe of flowy silhouettes and denims. Here are some of the power-packed ensembles and styling tips we can’t get enough of from the day 2 of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017:
Anupamaa by Anupama Dayal
By taking an artistic take on her playful tribal look, Anupamaa Dayal stood true to her signature styles, fluid prints and multi-toned hues. She was seen displaying a lot of aesthetic silk skirts, slit dresses and blouses in the solid shades of red, green, purple and pink.
Hemant & Nandita
When you have the power duo Hemant Lalwani and Nandita Raipurani on stage, you know that you are looking at the season’s ‘it’ trends. The designers showcased a lot of asymmetric ruffled garments, along with dresses worn over trousers and corset belts. They played hugely on autumnal motifs with garden prints on peachy pink and olive green palette, striking a healthy balance between commercially and editorially appealing garments.
Revamped burkhas, sheer dresses with self-embroidered appeal, perforated hooded jackets, denim drama and fur accents dominated the Huemn runway. The energy-packed show was a perfect saga of gorillas, floral prints and athleisure detailing.
Pankaj and Nidhi
Pankaj and Nidhi’s ‘Telefunk’ collection wooed us with surface textures and a hint of blue monochromatic prints. The label highlighted a lot of leather applique, paillettes and the season’s favourite fringes in a range of ground-breaking silhouettes – structured boxy to flowy to voluminous.
Patine’s ramp showcased a lot of trendy jackets, jumpsuits and jeans. Labelled ‘Eclectic Folklore’, the collection was inspired from the idea of a travelling gypsy who loves dressing up in longline jackets, ripped jeans and edgy track pants.
Immersed in the sounds of the djembe, saxophone and beat boxing, Péro tribe showed us their fun and playful vibe! By chartering the inner charm and charisma of China and Latin Americano vibe, Péro collection was all about larger-than-life hair, flowy silhouettes, floral embroidery and colourful stripes.
Samant Chauhan’s collection was all about celebrating Assam’s muga silk in its full glory. Drawing inspiration from his own childhood railway journey, the designer showcased a lot of maize and flowers embroidered gowns and structured dressed in dominant hues of white and gold, with a hint of red.
Vineet Bahl chartered on a pretty unique territory by exploring the glamour, oomph and sophistication of fur and leather accents. Fur coat and dress, pants and tops, leggings and tops – the collection was all about modern line of separates.
Image Source – Viral Bhayani