Ten talented young designers, Nimita Rathod, Digvijay Singh, Anuj Sharma, Vivek Kumar, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Debarun, Aneeth Arora, Vivek Karunakaran, Kunal Rawal, and Nachiket Barve , presented a spectacular show at the Aza Gen Next extravaganza at Lakme Fashion Week proving that the future of Indian fashion is safe in their creative hands.
Sanjay Malhotra collection titled ‘Lucky Charms’ was a mélange of garments ideal for the Autumn/Winter 2007-08 season for the woman on the go who loves the perfect choice of fabrics and colour. He works with apt fabrics that have eye catching designs with elegant yet stylishly sober colors to match. Sanjay’s style forte was the many jacket dresses and slim line coats that were well tailored and finished. Here was an ideal collection that will definitely charm the women who are on the look out for some classic yet trendy Autumn/Winter creations.
Anupama Dayal unveiled her collection titled ‘The Giant’s Garden’ with her happy, fun-loving inspiration full of color and style. She used the oversized floral patterns to embellish her creations in a pleasant mix of colors and sizes bringing to life the birds and flowers in Oscar Wilde’s story Giant’s Garden. Where Anupama scored was with her mix of prints and colors that merged in perfect harmony for each of the garments that created a glamorous bouquet of fashion.
Having researched the life of Empress Theodora carefully, Wendell Roderick’s creations for Autumn/Winter 2007-08 went through the full gamut of the lady’s life from virgin, mistress, empress and saint—each presented in a unique color story and styling details. The show stopper was a solitary black satin silk sari with a floating ribbon pallav. Men’s wear was seen occasionally—a sherwani, a taffeta jacket, coarse silk jacket, hand-woven herringbone silk shirt with looped dhoti pant and twill sarong. Accessorizing the garments with innovative chrome closures, clasps, shoulder accents and placket interest, Wendell Rodericks’ Empress Collection was undoubtedly a very subtle regal line, which will tempt women to add to their wardrobes.
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