We are back with the highlights of the 3rd, 4th and 5th day of the Amazon Fashion Week. With a whole lot of designers and collections in store, this is surely a delight.
So heading on to Day 3, here are the highlights :
Known for her quirky elements and perfectly tailored modern silhouettes, that’s exactly what Archana brought to the ramp once again. Her collection, ‘The Girl Who Lost Things’, was a set of muted tones with intricate embroidery.
This modern pleated blue dress went for a unique look with a pink bustier being the highlight. A white patch rounds up the neckline.
Her velvet and satin wear exuded chic vibes in every corner and came out as the finest embroidery pieces.
The collection was a bundle of classic designs making a comeback and a perfect throwback to nostalgic fashion. The clothes were mostly made out of handloom cotton and other materials which were based on the neutral colors white, black, navy, khaki with bursts of red, beige and sky blue.
These separates and dresses could be easily pulled off as formal as well as informal wear in a smooth manner.
Three by pallavi dhyani
Her collection was an amalgamation of internal strength and freedom that women contain in the form of modern architecture. The collection kept most of its colors limited to earthy hints.
Her clothes played along with the fashion trends that exist and this particular one came to life with the exquisite black cupro jacket.
The comfort levels of this collection were on a high.
Anomaly gave an exhibition of relaxed jumpsuits, separates, and dresses. Teamed with minimal accessories and chic hairstyles, this collection was given a thumbs up from everyone.
The touch of handmade introduced in this collection made it a lot more interesting.
Stripes added the oomph while keeping the theme intact to classic, on a very classy note.
Medha Khosla, the designer joined Sally Holkar’s WomenWeave to come up with a cotton fabric that is commercially viable.
Guapa was a deviation from the other collection exploring into resort and beach wear outfits. Dresses that gracefully twirl and allow some comfort in humid times too.
These easy breezy outfits are a holiday must-haves. The color-blocking outfits are a definite booster.
The separates incorporated life into every outfit, getting rid of dull boring colors.
Florals and stripes saw a mix in fun elements, and the ensembles were eye-catching.
Verb by pallavi singhee
The collection was named ‘Verb’ which was curated on the lines of Bohemia. It saw a variety of outfits that are every Bohemian chic’s dream.
Red was the basic shade behind every outfit with slight variations in tones and work.
Patchwork dresses, kaftans, and separates were all available with delicate thread embroideries which completed the look.
Pinnacle shruti sancheti
Shruti Sancheti kept her collection with an affinity towards the younger generation. Culottes, knee-length separates, and dresses graced the ramp in comfortable styles. It was not long after that we saw bralettes bringing in some oomph.
The collection zoomed past various dimensions of fashion bringing in glamorous pieces that are comfortable yet spell luxury.
Bell sleeves, deep mid riff cuts, and a basic crop top-skirt pair were among the favorites of the lot.
Prama by pratima
The collection featured kurtas, saris, and tunic in visible full-length bodices with floral motifs. The collection saw a fusion of western inculcated into Indian clothing and was an ideal fit.
The pallu draped over the jacket looked like an exciting prospect to buy right away. It was also the favorite pick in the collection.
The whites are universally the go-to colors while this collection kept us going back for them for the sheer design which enhances the look.
The layering of fresh white and pastel offerings is a trend set by this collection this year.
The Delhi-based designer’s collection was ‘Here Comes The Sun’ which was full of laid-back jackets, simple silhouettes and a bunch of happiness. The finishing touches of the outfits were explored into the range of embroidery, prints, beads, and florals.
Handwoven stripes and checks were made into relaxing summer wear that grabbed attention.
The bright colors were teamed with contrasting pants and footwear, to keep the heart glued to the yellow suit itself.
Abraham and thakore
The duo celebrated their 25th year in the industry with a collection that showcases a monochromatic line. The designs mostly comprised of solid stripes which complemented the colors naturally.
The sari fashion was reinvented by them into drapes that could be worn over jackets and kurtas.
The menswear section was extremely comforting with the cotton bundis and an eye for layering.
The duo did justice to their label in this comforting manner.
Rajesh pratap singh
The designer ventured into experimenting with materials like stainless steel organza and paper. Graphic prints played an important role in defining the collection.
Polka dots and stripes were played around with on a variety of silhouettes.
The menswear line proved that the label designs clothes for every age group to look dapper.
That’s the end of Day 3, folks! Your visual treat for the eyes doesn’t end here, let’s move on to Day 4 of the Amazon Fashion Week :
Ekru by ekta jaipuria and ruchira kandhari
The collection line saw a mix of unwinding cotton silhouettes with various prints and textures. This entire line was inspired by the free fall of nature and scenic surroundings.
Check out these dresses in various cuts and fits, so dreamy and alluring. The head gears synced in with style.
Kavita’s collection showcased an array of feminine styles that played with ruffle skirts, intricate embroidery and mostly the ivory colour. The silhouettes were an ideal match for a beach wedding in the summers.
Madhu Jain’s collection is a festive treat. From quirky, classy suits to elegant saris, it had it all. The hand painted prints were inspired by the temples of Kerala and the tribal motifs enhanced the look. Black and ivory seem to be the festive favorites this season.
The varied collection was an adaptable one, that would fit all seasons and could be worn in various ways. Statement sleeves and unique layering made for a welcoming entry into our wardrobes. The entire collection was fancy and stylish.
Shivan and narresh
This duo have been making heads turn with their resort-wear line with every collection they launch. This collection was inspired by Nobuyoshi Araki’s affinity for bulk and beautiful flower arrangements. The collection comprised of separates, robes, saris, gowns, capes, flare skirts and bikini-themed outfits. A must have collection if you’re planning a beach day out.
This collection has taken inspiration from Frida Kahlo and consists entirely of Bohemian ensembles. The outfits were full of colour and fun, exhibiting different option of mix and match. Vaani Kapoor closed the collection as the showstopper marking the designers 25th year in the industry.
Anju Modi’s line is full of traditional ensembles in tones of ivory, indigo, and mustard. The collection had drawn inspiration from he Swadeshi movement and focused the prints of checks and stripes. The outfits were tailored to perfection and the show ended on a patriotic note.
Beginning the day with a dose of fashion again! The last day of the fashion show witnessed grand finales and tributes to legends in the industry. The highlights of the day were :
Her collection, ‘Immortelle’ was inspired by the Victorian glasshouse and brought out a sense of womanhood. The outfits were designed and made for a dreamy affair. Flowers and fauna was a common sight on these ensembles.
Soltee by sulakshana monga
This collection redefined comfort dressing without having to only be donned in loose clothing. The outfits were casual, fitting and yet so relaxing to be in. The color palette used ranged from ivory to navy blue. This empowering and soft collection was impressive.
This menswear collection themed it around color blocking and was paired with funky accessories. The bold stripes and the blazer statements sure created a new trend. The patterns were interesting and minimal, just how men would like it.
This was followed by the finale and a Pret opening introduction by a few of the top players in the fashion league. We already can’t wait for the next Fashion Week and the exciting new collections! What a week it has been.
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