Is ended yesterday Mumbai fashion week, the "Lakmé Fashion Week F/W 2012", the biggest Indian fashion event created for "Redefine the future of fashion and integrate India into the global fashion world", helded from August 3rd to 7th.
Among designers who took part at the event, seven emerging talents belonging to Gen Next Show, presented their innovative and captivating collections.
Were these new talents to impressed me the most, with their fresh and young spirits, and I want to talk about.
Anket Satam presented a collection inspired by the myth of Maya, to celebrate, hoping, a new beginning for fashion. The collection is called "Aarambh" and present a reference to traditional clothes of Indian fashion revisited in new modern ways. Shades of ivory, white and cobalt blue stain fabrics like cotton jersey, viscose, velvet and raw silk, enriched by gold inserts.
For his collection he takes inspiration by fabrics of tribe Naga of Trigkhaul. The abstract prints characterize the asymmetrical creations of chiffon dresses enriched by amazing Raivat Kachou shawls, creating an ode to fashion and immortal Tringkhul's spirit.
ASTHA SETHI and SIDHARTH ARORA
For this event they created a colored collection with geometric lines. Originality, fantasy and style for the "Fellow Carmical" collection, characterized by colors like blue, yellow and black. Fabrics like lycra, chiffon, satin, tulle, organza and acrylic have been utilized to create structured dresses, shaped jackets and 3D details like collars and straps.
Kavita Sharma presented a bohemien collection with simple and elegant shapes. Tha main color is white matched with blue in colored and funny prints that present phone booths, ice cream parlors, playgrounds etc. The handmade creations, composed by asymmetrical skirts with a special burning effect, jackets with maxi inserts and ruffle tops, are enriched by 3D applications like butterflies and insects.
The designer created a collection inspired by the street and the style of slum dwellers. This mix, full of a special mix of traditional fabrics and strong colors give life to creations with soft shapes. A rainbow of colors and prints for wide skirts, pants, silk dresses, gilets and micro tops. A collection that is perfect for fashionistas, is called "Street Art to the force".
The collection is called "Paradigm" and is inspired by the work clothes of the designer. It's characterized by comfy clothes perfect for women who work. Fabrics utilized are cotton, viscose and wool. The prints of the skirts leave place to pixels and cubes on shirts and dresses. Simple shapes with a great tailoring.
MEHAK PRUTH, KANIKA SETH, ANKIT SHARMA
The collection is inspired by the 3D movie "Avatar" and is called "Clandestino" with geometric and stylized lines for a futuristic look: elastic fabrics and deep colors like purple, acid green and black for structured dresses, jackets with broad shoulders and 3D collars.
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What do you think?
What do you think?