Fuss-free & Fabulous framed Day 4 at AIFW
Swanky and stylish, Anavila showcased the beauty of handloom in contemporary palette. Pleated floral underskirts, bell-sleeve variations and 3D flowers is what added versatility to each look. We loved the way saris were donned with cardigans, jackets, tunics and more.
Bodice by Ruchika Sachdev
Bodice rejigged its mould by showcasing ultra-soft, feminine direction in measured, sophisticated androgyny through modern tailoring and indigenous textiles. The collection is targeted at a more mature audience, for women who seek solace in uber-chic, functional fashion style.
EKA by Rina Singh
Use of fluid hand-woven fabric exuded cozy winter vibe in easy-on-eye patterns like checks, polka dots etc. Neutral colour palette played perfect host to brief metallic splashes narrating understated opulence. We can’t wait to don EKA for chic winter layering.
ILK by Shikha and Vinita
Exploring the technique of Pointillism, the designer duo used dots in art form to create illusions of pixefation. Easy silhouettes, feminine fabrics and stunning embroidered details made the couture collection. If you love cool, casual, contemporary – ILK was a stellar!
Lovebirds Gursi & Amrita
Lovebirds was all about geometric patterns and colour blocked pieces in their trademark oversized snuggle style. Laidback tailoring, minimalistic dresses and woollen layering – hustled in our ears, nothing but WINTER LOVE!
The designer brought fusion of the Rococo art in ethnic manifestation. Elegant brocades and floral artwork of the iconic era found place in contemporary expression at runway. Fluid silhouettes in flattering cuts and delicate drapes constructed this trans-seasonal collection.
Ikai by Ragini Ahuja
Easy separates, slouchy silhouettes, jaunty berets and sepia tones echoed overarching vibe of nostalgia and romantic notions of art. Nonchalant fashion flair was wooed by the autumn essence in form of signature tape-art appliques and beautiful thread texture work