If there’s one afterthought that Nought One’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection showcased at AIFW left us with, it was that streetwear fashion never quite looked this fashionable.
Engineer turned model, turned designer, Abhishek Paatni believes in creating clothing that is high on the utility quotient and is dynamic and progressive. Sure enough, with his latest collection, Paatni sticks to his label’s forté of curating cool and tailored streetwear pieces that make more than a statement.
The collection has bomber jackets, layered tracksuits, hooded capes and active-wear in fabrics like distressed denim, faux leather, mesh and faux fur. Corduroy, a fabric quintessentially used for old-school formal suits has been used to curate pieces like sweatshirts and sweatpants.
The collection is dominated by black, with hints of white here and there. The menswear label has a few pieces for women in this line, such as a faux leather textured shift dress with mesh and faux fur detailing and the showstopper, Anushka Manchanda’s outfit, that comprised of a crop top with leather shoulder panels, teamed with camo-print sweatpants and jacket.
As the designer’s target demographic of stylish 20-somethings get more experimental with their style, his latest collection is sure to take the city streets by storm in the coming season.
Contributed by – Karishma Sehgal
Pics by- Khushal Agarwal