See full collection of Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2016 here
Her collection called “Lock, Stitch & Gothic Twist”. The line included tailored vintage numbers with leather, lace and herringbone details. To add more drama to it all, the designer covered models’ eyes with black lace. This was the first time she showcased a men’s line as a part of her collection. “The line has an elaborate use of French lace, metal, leather and vintage prints.
- Virtues by Viral, Ashish & Vikrant
There were traditional lehengas and sherwanis in mashru textiles with Patan Patola weave . The designers tried to give an Indian touch to steam-punk fashion by adding subtle embellishments with zardozi, mirror and resham ,an update for ethnicwear for men. Love the layered look and the pleated kurta at Virtues by Viral, Ashish & Vikrant. update for ethnicwear for men. Jewellery added a royal but edgy touch to the collection .
- Rimzim Dadu
wire dresses, crop jackets, kurtas and saris along with faux leather tunics and twin sets. designer has used different weaving techniques in various textiles and surfaces like plastic, metal wire and leather in this collection to create a mix of structure and flow
- Vogue India Fashion Fund presents Dhruv Kapoor
The silhouettes were a mix of evening wear and sports wear made of materials like plastic, nylon, polyester besides faux fur. According to the designer, the fur element was added to show luxury in his line. The colour palette was synonymous to the season with blues, mustards, blacks and maroons.
- Samant Chauhan
His collection called “Silk Route”. This autumn’s Rajputana collection takes the audience back to middle ages where travellers along the Silk Route were attracted not only for trade but also art and culture.
- Malini Ramani
Her collection “Supernova” was inspired by modern-day confident women. The silhouettes ranged from saris, sari gowns, off shoulder dresses, ponchos, dhoti pants and sheer blouses in fabrics like silks, chiffons and stretch jersey. This time, she used peacock motifs prominently in the ensemble,continued with her sexy-meets-tribal style of fitted maxi dresses, shirts, trousers and even saris in shades like olive green, gold and cream.
Nikasha also played with some bohemian flair in a smartly crafted collection of saris with off-shoulder blouses, dhoti pants with angrakha style shirts, and bright red trousers, kurtis and skirts.
Rajesh Pratap Singh
His collection called “Gold Rush”. His designs were inspired by the ghats of Banaras and Varanasi. The designer wooed the audience with his clean and contemporary silhouettes. The collection included variation of samurai pants, shirt dress, pajama suits and trousers suits. Rajesh used numerous shades of gold in various fabrics, presenting a different characteristic of the colour.