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We were rather disappointed to see the regulars missing this time around at the Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2018. But we did a little scouting to bring the best from AIFWAW18.

Here is our pick of the top 5 designers from the recently concluded fashion extravaganza.

Pero

Now this is one show we always look forward to. And to our surprise, we were transported to a candy land! Moving away from her staple colours- indigo, black and white, designer Aneeth Arora chose a vibrant colour palette this time around. Pink and corals brightened a rather gloomy winter. Printed florals complemented the checks.

Siddartha Tytler

Taking inspiration from Japanese rockstar warriors, Siddartha Tytler put together a sports-luxe collection- ‘Fuss’. It was a blend of street style and high street. Jogger pants, bomber jackets and boyfriend suits embroidered with metal hardware stood out.

 

Shyamal Bhumika

Shyamal and Bhumika Shodhan paid a tribute to the mood that is- Paris. The intricately designed collection consisted of dainty lace and silk saris, cocktail dresses, lehengas and more. The designers played with velvet and organza fabrics.

Sahil Kochhar

Sahil Kochhar’s Autumn Winter 2018 collection ‘Chitr’ was high on craftsmanship. Dark colour palette was contrasted with striking florals in mustard, bright red, beige and olive. There was use of applique. Semi sheer shirts and cape jackets stole the show. You know we love you Sahil!

 

Abraham and Thakore

Abraham and Thakore’s collection #SadakSmart was inspired by the streets of Delhi. There was an abundance of the duo’s signature monochromatic pieces. Though brown, beige and navy blues broke the monotony. There were loose-fitted pants, saris, trench coats, jumpsuits and the humble gamchha. Being AT muses this season, we have to confess our bias towards the designers.

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March 21, 2018 0 comment
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The much awaited Amazon India Fashion Week AW 17 has concluded and we couldn’t have asked for more! We could pellucidly identify fashion trends that are going to make their presence felt this Autumn-Winter.

Wanna have a look at who created the buzz and caught our attention? Have a look at what was #OnFleek this season at #AIFWAW17

Ruffle & Flounce on Fleek!

Hemant & Nandita’s take on AW 17 was absolutely refreshing. They managed to balance the femininity with a little sleekness or ease — think asymmetrical dresses, ruffled dresses with floral print and flounce with subtle hues; styled effortlessly with cover ups and jackets.


Gypsy on Fleek!

In recent seasons, a handful of fashion designers have put some effort towards diversity and truly embracing individuality during the fashion week shows. Aneeth Arora from Péro is one such designer among the few who manages to work her signature fabric “Madras Checks” in various themes.  Inspired by expeditions in South America and China, Péro came out as a champion for creating such diversity. PS: How can we not mention the #DeadLocks and the choreography that made the garments look alive!


Sustainable Fashion on Fleek!

H&M’s commitment to eco friendly fashion via H&M Concious at AIFW this season was absolutely #OnFleek. From jewellery to minimalist silhouettes to luxe, faux-leather accessories, it was all a part of the eco-fashion movement. “Shopping has never been so guilt-free.”


Saris on Fleek!

Vogue celebrated the most symbolic and timeless piece of clothing, the sari by highlighting the diversity of the garment in its full glory in terms of  fabric, handloom weaves and multiple draping techniques. Some of India’s most celebrated designers came together to showcase almost 60 saris to mark the onset of Vogue’s 10th anniversary in the Indian Market.


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March 31, 2017 0 comment
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If you are experiencing major Fashion Week withdrawals, perhaps a look back at the top 4 trends from FDCI‘s Amazon India Fashion week A/W 15 unveiling might help – as we want to make sure that you don’t sulk and stay ahead of the Fashion game.

FDCI's #AIFW #TrendReport AW 15

FDCI’s #AIFW #TrendReport AW 15

Check out our roundup of the TOP FOUR FASHION TRENDS from the Autumn/Winter 15 season below:

1) Bohemian Rhapsody

In our opinion #AIFW’s Fashion Viewing was a lot about the “Bohemian Revival” – from tribal gypsy dresses to capes teamed with kimonos – these were the primary components of collections by Hemant and Nandita , Malini Ramani and of course Pia Pauro.

The colour palate comprised of muted tones of dusky browns, smoke greys, mustards, dull reds highlighted with a bunch of pop abstract details.

Hemant and Nandita

Hemant and Nandita

Malini Ramani

Malini Ramani

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Pia Pauro

 Battlefield to Runway

As we know military-inspired clothing is a classic concept that has been around for years. And, you wouldn’t be surprised to see that army apparel has once again taken over the runways and is preparing to conquer closets this A/W 15. – The talented designer Aneeth Arora of Péro lent her attention to the military uniforms by giving it a chic twist with a message of “Make Love Not War”.

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Péro

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Péro

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Péro

Minimalist

BODICE effortless charm and Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna‘s precise cuts and clean lines gave a nod to the minimalist trend this season of A/W 15.

BODICE by Ruchika Sachdeva

BODICE by Ruchika Sachdeva

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BODICE by Ruchika Sachdeva

Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna

Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna

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Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna

Androgyny

The 25th edition of FDCI’s #AIFW kicked off with a powerful nod to Androgyny by designers like Rajesh Pratap Singh, Abraham & Thakore and Gaurav Gupta.

Rajesh Pratap Singh

Rajesh Pratap Singh

Abraham & Thakore

Abraham & Thakore

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Gaurav Gupta

 

Well these were the TOP 4 TRENDS we shortlisted from the #AIFW showcasing last week – do let us know what do you think of these trends.


Stay Fierce and Fabulous with FDCI and AIFW 

March 31, 2015 0 comment
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