The duo showcased a colorful collection inspired from the traditional Iznik pottery of Turkey. They enhanced their inspiration with multi-colored fractal images and Op-Art patterns.
Very western silhouettes were seen in shades of mint, black, white, coral and grey. Fabrics like silk chiffon, textured organza, dupion and double jersey were enriched with engineered prints and intricate appliqués.
Models glided down the ramp in tops with long tails teamed with pure white shorts, body suits under shirt waister dresses, edgy cropped tops, long sleeved and column gowns with low backs. The dolman sleeve silhouette appeared for dresses with empire line cuts or just plain shifts.
A melon sack dress, will-power gowns, 3D work on mint outfits, white long shirt with tonal embellishments, a bat sleeve white top and the asymmetrical cape and white cropped pant worn with a bandeau top were eye-catching. Tantalizing slits appeared for long maxis giving the creations a great formal look.