Day 4: Highlights from the Climax of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017
Here are the main highlights of Day 4 of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017:
ILK by Shikha Grover and Vinita Adhikari
ILK proved that laid-back and fuss-free elegance can be stylish. While the silhouettes can be kept simple, intricate floral embroidery on the bed of navy blue, deep purple, black and emerald green shades reigned supreme.
Munkee See Munkee Doo
Banking upon the chic vibe of contemporary chic diva, the designer featured a lot of turtlenecks, huge buttons, kimono0style robes and restylised cuts.
Candy colours and sorbet tones dominated the Guapa runway. The designer showcased a lot of minimalistic layering, satin shirts, floor-gazing jackets and ruffled romantic maxis.
Nexa Show revealed us what futuristic fashion goals are all about! Metallic accents, embellished jackets, big utilitarian pockets and leather twinsets were the mainstay of the show.
Mughal armoury-inspired collection of Tarun Tahiliani featured a lot of ready-to-wear modern ethnic separates. Presented in the full glory of rich jewel tones, the designer showcased a lot of structured drapes, chikankari, polka, kashuti, stripes and golden weaves.
Amit Aggarwal’s models were seen flaunting the most ground-breaking designs of the season in an enchanted forest. Metallic sheen blended seamlessly with traditional handwoven saris, telling us what modern rendition is all about. Showing us how the much-needed quirk can be given to classic cuts, the designer showed upcycled Benarasi brocades and Patola saris. The audience were floored with the avant-garde line of off shoulder metallic red saree and stripes and metallic layered skirts and structural gowns – all inspired from the vivid landscapes of mountains, rivers and natural land patterns.
The main USP of the whole collection was how the designer developed vintage textiles with unused sarees and combined it with recycled waste – a perfect runway collection for eco-conscientious women.