Trends Propping the Runway at AIFW- Day 3
Day 3 saw plenty many aces with AIFW’s first accessory show pushing concepts of adornments to designer duo finding fashion in military wear! Unusually beguiling yet understated fashion with bohemian vibes dictated the on-ramp trend.
Vaaliyan by Nitya Arora
Titled ‘Modern Mughals’, Nitya dedicated her avant-garde costume spectrum to bold beauties whose style reflect a melange of gallant and edgy. Opulent statement pieces over clean white body canvas had us swooning with its majestic allure.
Inspired by the all-encompassing tranquillity enveloping the cacophony in a forest, Vasundhara instilled the spirit of wilderness in her collection. The nature-inspired statement pieces had a quirky, multifarious yet understated appeal. Voicing, you don’t need glistening baubles to outshine.
Sahai Ambar Pariddi
Awe-inspiring ethnic statement jewellery pieces in pristine white silhouettes exuded cool indie vibes. A flamboyant parade of everything from iridescent pearls to vintage coins charmed the ramp with its enchanting aquatic essence.
Pankaj and Nidhi
Military dressing meets evening wear at AIFW A/W dusk. The collection was inspired by splendour of vintage martial era sans the utilitarian aspect. Fringed accessories and other detailing like cording, braiding and crystals made for splendid add-ons.
Fusion of old Roman garbs with ethnic roots evoked boho-chic vibes in pleated skirts, capes, peplum shirts, midis, wide-legged trousers and more. She dictated cross-culture ramp with asymmetrical hemlines, cold-shoulder, cut-outs trend and surface ornamentation