The designer known for his innovative and intricate design aesthetics, this time took inspiration from Art Nouveau period. His collection inspired by Alphonse Mucha’s masterpiece like the Le Pater and decorative panels such as The Seasons (1896) and The Flowers (1898). There can also be spotted the traces of traditional bohemian influence and neoclassical jewellery motifs from the late 1800’s seen in the zodiac (1896).
His collection had asymmetrical lines with floral and plant inspired motifs, ranged from beautiful traditional lehengas, jacket anarkalis, sarees and a mix of tailored couture pieces. There was an interesting mix of colour palettes ranging from mix of ivory, pale pink, peaches, burnt orange, pistachio, red and old rose.
The fabrics used in the garments complemented the intricate embroidery, as there were silks, tulles and georgettes. The models with center parted sleek ponytail looked beautiful.