Day two of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017 saw ensembles from the best of the best designers across the country. Many of them showcased a blend of traditional weaves, contemporary fabrics, and trendy silhouettes. Here’s a quick recap of the best of the collections from day two:
The location of Samant Chauhan’s The Golden Threads of Assam show itself was exceptional.
Set on the pavement at the Rail museum, the collection was a journey of the Muga Silk. Chauhan showcased the beautiful textile of the east in all its glory.
The award winning label launched its first line of denim and raincoats with the Autumn/Winter 2017 collection showcased at the Amazon Fashion Week.
Using a varied colour palette – the collection had dresses, separates, pants, shirts etc in layers and volume. Surface ornamentation and solid colours were put together in an interesting amalgamation.
The collection is a recreation of the magical foliage and flora of the forests in Parakeet green, poison ivy, shades of yellow, indigo and burgundy.
Using techniques of crinkling, plise, fringing etc, the designer has made use of beautiful embroideries and floral prints. Intricate gold jewellery complimented the easy going look on the runway.
Bringing an interesting nomadic experience to the runway, Patine’s latest collection consisted of easy flowing dresses, maxi dresses, blousons, pants etc.
With velvet appliqués, Ari embroideries, lace work etc. the collection is an elegant salute to nomadic journeys from the lands of China to the forests of India.
Inspired by the diversity of the lands from China on one hand and Latin America on another – Pero’s show was an amalgamation of cultures, colours et al.
The collection had tassels, pompoms, beads, with bold floral embroideries on fabrics woven in India.