Amalraj Sengupta took to an intense visual presentation as well, drawing inspiration from industrial waste and the effects of deforestation.
Textures were ingeniously created from drains, oil stains, urban decay, polluted materials and blotches of grease. Clear cuts and rigid folds along with hard molten coatings look liked industrial waste. Waterproof lining, tanned and black leather patches, quilting and layering were also incorporated in the collection.
The women’s wear featured leather patched jackets, long tunics and matching trousers. Men’s wear look included cuffed pant suit with star shaped motifs worn with a grey shirt and shorts worn over skinny pants were paired with a black artistically tailored shirt. Complementing the garments were gas and scuba masks.