Delhi Couture Week ends today in Delhi. Here’s a peak into a few shows that took place…
Pearls and stones embellishment in the company of embroidery on traditional Indian silhouettes. Sarees that appeared in the beginning were beautifully crafted for a perfect wedding.
The Kolkata-based designer proved once again that couture means something extraordinary. Held at Evoluzione at the Kila, her showing was somewhat Parisienne in nature. The setting was stunning. Models walked from one hall to the other with tables for guests set with floral arrangements, candles, canapes and wines… luxury and style all the way. Collection was handled carefully with just 30 garments with the most beautifully done surfaces, silhouettes that were Indian in essence but very international and presented with no drama…
Started with a contemporary dance performance with Indian beats… Silhouettes were mostly western and seemed to have been aimed more at the Red Carpet than anywhere else… Metallic detailing… Mostly gowns… The fitted gown with silver fine embroidery was appealing…
Impressive backdrop. Intricate and extensive embroidery, tastefully made wedding attire. Flowy silhouettes, muted to controlled vibrancy in colour palette and crystal detailing… Outfits for both men and women.
His presentations always shock the audience with their larger than life appeal… Vibrant colours, exaggerated detailing and varied silhouettes through conceptual creations. The designer showed his collections that he showcased at the Paris Fashion Weeks since 2008 till last season.
More of flowing Indian silhouettes with intricate embroidery, often leaving the lower part of her garments somewhat voluminous and free of detailing. Controlled use of colour palette from muted to wine was appealing on the eye.