Sanchit Ajjampura came with an urban, eclectic and feminine collection with a dose of androgyny.
With abstract artwork, patchwork and graffiti and flowy silhouettes dominated the modern nomad collection. Surface embellishment was another key feature of the lineup. The color story revolved around black, white and beige.
Fluid fabrics like silk brocade, jacquard, satin georgette, tulle and voile were used to create easy-to-wear pieces in the form of kaftans, A-line dresses, classic shirts and more. Some garments had raffia, plexi and stone embellishments, while others used graphic prints that were hand-painted in oil first to be reworked on later. A V-neck top in plum, which works midway with a petal-like cut teamed with a flared, tulle skirt was highlight of the collection.
Pics: Maneet Gogia