The designer duo presented a collection that continued to investigate into the classic garments shapes making a timeless Indian wardrobe. A lot of attention was paid to the utmost of details ranging from structure proportions to fine tailoring. With a contemporary design aesthetic, yet adhering to their heritage; the collection included classical pieces like the Nehru Jacket and the perfect Salwar-Kameez trend. Long coats were patch worked with leather as tapered trousers were paired with metallic clogs and platform sandals. Mandarin collared jackets contained large patch pockets as a lot of checks were incorporated onto each and every garment. Tapered hemlines and Kantha work was done to create structured and modern silhouettes that had a cosmopolitan approach. Mirror embellishments could be seen on harem pants as well as velvet kurtas as textured saris were worn with wing tip collared shirts. Laser-cut patterns were seen on floor-length anarkalis as kimono jackets were worn over sheer blouses and silk tops. The color palette included toned-down pastels such as white, ivory, almond black, chestnut, plum, aubergine and chocolate brown.
Contributed by – Duhin Ganju
Pics by – Vidushi Gupta