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Noteworthy Looks From Amazon Fashion Week
We present you some of the best looks from Amazon Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2016.
Gauri and Nainika’s Floral Gowns: Full of Feminine Grace
The designer also used floral appliques on their dresses. They collaborated for the second time with American artist, Travis Bruce Black, who created the imageries of pansies for them.
The necklines were deep, the gowns flared, and the makeup and pony tails on point.
Eka’s Layering Genius: Full of Sophistication
Strikes, circles, and dots all in one outfit, and small silhouettes married to large, have created a sophisticated look in this Eka collection.
Military Designs by Pankaj and Nidhi
European cavalries of the 18th and 19th centuries were the inspiration behind the designer duo’s collection. The look has hints of both masculinity and feminity.
Rajesh Pratap Singh’s Gowns
With his collection titled Gold Rush, this piece by Rajesh Pratap Singh successfully combined traditional with modern.
Malini Ramani’s Sarees
This saree, part of Ramani’s collectio,n is the right mix of soft and spiritual.
Rahul Mishra’s Fluid Textures
Using jamdhani and khadi, Rahul Mishra, who has made a name for himself with his collections at the Paris Fashion Week, created ensembles that were an “extension of what [he] showcased at Paris”. He played with hues of blue to bring forward artisanal evening wear, like long-length gowns with the use of Indian textiles.
Mishra chalked out his creations with intricate embroideries, delicate work of cuts and smart detailing of hand work and prints with a bit of influence from nature as he incorporated flowers, branches, and leaves to his vision as well.
Rohit +Rahul’s Jharokha Work
It was ‘jharokha’ play for Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, who picked an orange and red palette for their ensembles with ‘jharokha’ prints on them.
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