Key looks from Day 1 with an international appeal by Kavita Bhartia and Vineet Bahl:
Kavita Bhartia, AIFW AW 2015
Celebrating 25 years as a designer, Kavita Bhartia showed a retrospective of her designs with a collection that cemented her place as a veteran designer. The collection wasn’t so much a celebration of her greatest hit as it was a big cheers to the future. Beautifully crafted in flattering silhouettes and tones, her Ogaan
Samant Chauhan @ WIFW SS15
Continuing his Rajputana theme this season designer, Samant Chauhan was inspired by romance and illusion and thus ‘dream’. Samant has a loyal band of followers and stockists sprawled across India and the Middle East and I’m sure they loved the intricate antique-look thread embroidery which is turning into a bit of a trend for next season.
Rajesh Pratap Singh is a successful designer of royal descent and he takes his experimentation with textiles seriously, this time concentrating on man-made metallic fibres in particular. His dark collection was a little unusual for a Spring/Summer presentation but why not if