A great way to merge the ‘colour of the year’ with black for obtaining exquisite separates. Sumiran Kabir Sharma’s Janaza collection was versatile and experimental at the same time reflecting a visionary approach. The unisex collection ranged from layered gown with short cape to draped dhoti with black bolero accompanied with signature fluid drapes.
We can actually read the tone of his ‘Mourning of the Marine Life’ collection. As the title suggest, the collection from Akshat Bansal was about the changing scenario of aquatic life and what we are really doing about it. Filled with a mix of linen, the gender-neutral silhouettes combined delicate Japanese lace with sustainable fabrics made from plastic waste. The collection includes blazers, drop crotch pants, deconstructed jacket, frayed edged trench style kurtas, and asymmetrical off-shoulder floor-length ensembles.
Shreya Oza’s collection was largely motivated by the comfortable and minimal designs. A colourful approach to glam up summer fashion goals, the collection mixed a lot but with fine layering and minimal designs. Fringed hem top-pants sets and the biker’s jacket over a pant – fashion tip from this collection.