Sanjay Garg opened Indian Fashion Week SS’16 with his collection that celebrated the ‘mashru’ textile and showcased his love for Indian handicrafts.
The silhouettes were kept clean, simple and fuss free, using straight and angled cuts. He used very less amount little hand embroidery; most of the prints were woven. He generously used hues of blacks, blues, and other dark shades of the color wheel. Some tinges of pinks, lilacs and blush kept the collection light and breezy. The protagonist was fabric mashru, which Grag reinvented for the collection.
Models walked in kurtas paired with lehenga skirts; plain, bright lehengas with embroidered motifs such as peacocks on dupattas, kurtas paired with jackets, rani pink sari over a red blouse and pencil pants. The choga was the main silhouette that Garg worked on created an entire collection keeping that as the base. Some bridal lehangas were also presented at the end of the show.
Pics: Maneet Gogia