Pallavi Jaikishan collection for India Couture Week is an amalgamation of her classic old designs revisited and modified to a collection that resonates with the woman of today!
She used her two-decade old Chakra design and blended it with flower motifs and presented it in a new contemporary avatar. The fabrics used besides the usual tulle, georgette duchess satins keeping in mind a classic trend, with the highlight being a stunning translucent, fabric with a glass touch.
French lame and tissue for a beautiful pleated line and a line of French and Italian Brocade lehengas with embroidered dupattas and blouses. Pallavi also brought back old favorites like the Kabja to be worn on blouses teamed with lehengas and sarees. Silhouettes consisted of from four circle ghagras with can-cans to slim straight falling lehenga skirts with blouses, Shararas & jackets and a wide range of sarees.
The colour palate has metallic tones in various shades of gold and silver. The range of translucent glass in dove blue, old rose and silver oyster with a touch of pink, the French and Italian brocade in shades of cerise and cranberry Reds. There was also mustard coloured sarees with the restored chakra motif.