I had a bunch of Wills Fashion week pictures with me and It's not everyday that I click such good pictures (by my standards ofcourse) so I thought of putting these up to a better use. And while putting these together, I'd been secretly wishing I could take the next flight to Mumbai and watch Lakme Fashion Week. Ugh the bug has bitten :)
Siddartha Tytler's collection was predominantly about Little Gorgeous Black Dresses, bodycon, glittery, sheer and every ingredient you need for Sexy. Anupamaa Dayal's collection titled 'Ishq-e-dilli' was flowy black and whites and took us back to the Mughal era. It was a dreamy affair, the only thing I dislike are Bikini Sarees. They just don't make sense to me (Sorry I was busy disliking it therefore No picture, you can google and see what I'm talking about though). Nikasha's collection called 'Raat Ki Rani' was a little run-of-the-mill, except for the lovely version of patiala bottoms shown in the picture.
L-R: First two from Siddartha Tytler's Show, Anupamaa Dayal, Nikasha
Pankaj & Nidhi's Collection, called The Music Box had hints of baroque with contrasting hues and contrasting cuts - Flares in some and clean, straight cuts in others.
Music Box by Pankaj & Nidhi
Sumptous Flares and very couture line-up of Indian Ethnic. I had plenty of favorites in this one! Style Curry Recommends :)
Label 'ekru' of Ekta Jaipuria & Ruchira Kandhari
The huge Red bindis were consistent throughout the Abraham & Thakore show, oozing substance and elegance through meshy golds. While Rajdeep Ranawat left me a little baffled, even though the clothes were all swagger but some pieces were confusingly OTT. Namrarta Joshipura's show, however, was classy impressive both in direction and apparel.
L-R: Shows of- Abraham & Thakore, Rajdeep Ranawat, Namrata Joshipura
Taking cues from the 90s and using Indian textiles, was Rina Dhaka's show at the WIFW. It was about no-fuss straight cuts and drop-waists.
Rina Dhaka's Show
Experimenting with monochrome mode, Clicked during Manish Malhotra's Show