Aiman Agha and Armaan Randhawa explored the absence of light and the different phases of mutation that occur during eclipse and incorporated them into their collection ‘Eclipse’ through embroideries.
The silhouettes were rather minimal, primitive and brutal. The colorstory revolved around midnight blue, moss green, beige, white, and ox blood. The duo used eclipse as the prime motif of the collection. The collection was an amalgamation of hard and soft, constructed and drapes, dark and light.
Slight semi-formal sporty touch came through sweat shirt with fox and jelly fish embroidery worn with a draped beige dhoti skirt. A white bomber was teamed with olive deconstructed draped dress while a deconstructed biker jacket was worn with a draped skirt anda blue embroidered dress was paired with white shirt and navy track pants. The inspiration was seen on a midnight blue string dress was splashed with jelly fish/moon embroidery and Kantha detailing on sleeves.
Other interesting offerings were a drawstring dress with minute machining, layered over dress, belted ox blood trench coat dress and the embroidered white shirt with a prominent pleated skirt.