Sahil Aneja, Anuj Bhutani And Dhruv Kapoor Present Exciting Diverse Fashion At Jabong Stage During Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015

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SAHIL ANEJA’S FUSION OF ART AND FASHION WAS A VISUAL DELIGHT AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

Sahil Aneja amazed all with his men’s collection aptly titled ‘Wanderlust’ which showcased at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.

Inspired by the colourful and bold art district in Miami, the collection comprised fun, versatile pieces such as shorts, shirts, T-shirts, suits, jackets, shirts and coats.

Eye-catching tones of blue, orange, white, grey and black made their way down the catwalk as a representation of the turning of the season. These were further accentuated by abstract patterns, colour blocking and subtle texturing to give each piece a unique edge.

Structured forms were the highlights with sharp cuts and shoulder pads for a powerful masculine appeal and were crafted in decadent fabrics, which were viscose and cotton based.

To add a quirky touch, the designer also played with the inner lining of the sleeves, rolling them up to expose brilliant, bright patterns.

The showstopper handsome Dino Morea walked down the ramp in an exquisitely tailored blazer and pants in textured black.

Bold and beautiful, Sahil Aneja’s artsy, cool collection aimed at men, “Wanderlust” was a mesmerising celebration of colour-meets-art and art-meets-fashion.

TRADITIONAL TEXTILES CAME TO THE FOREFRONT FOR ANUJ BHUTANI’S COLLECTION AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

Designer Anuj Bhutani for his label “Reboot” showcased an extravagant and elegant travel inspired collection at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.

Traditional Indian textiles in shades of red, black, blue, nude, peach and olive green looked amazing on the runway in silhouettes for both men and women and comprised skirts, dresses, jumpsuits, rompers, tops,  shorts, coats, jackets and shirts.

Using geometric prints, herringbone weaves, digital prints and thread work; the designer put an emphasis on the lightly structured pieces by adding subtle depth and volume, working to contour the body.

For the women, sensual drapes took centre stage and helped contour the body as a celebration of female form; whilst the men’s pieces were structured and clean cut – a reflection of effortless power.

Square shaped patterns in thread, graced each form and were complimented by unique zipper and textured detailing.

Two outfits in particular stole the show – a gorgeous muted gold low cut dress for the women and for the men, a triple pocket jacket.

Luxurious and comfortable, this collection by Anuj Bhutani for his ‘Reboot’ label is sure to have any ethnic chic dresser wanting more.

DHRUV KAPOOR PRESENTED A MÉLANGE OF DESIGNS AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHON WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

Dhruv Kapoor showcased a wild and wonderful collection titled ‘Mix Media’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week 2015.

Much like its name, the range comprised an array of outfits accentuated by mixed mediums for an almost otherworldly appeal.

The versatile collection aimed at both men and women comprised skirts, shorts, dresses, jackets, hoodies, pants,  coats, tops and sporty silhouettes, where the highlights were in bold and edgy tones of mustard yellow, cool denim, midnight blue and brilliant white.

The designer worked with soft yet versatile fabrics like linens, crépe, silk, lace, mesh, leather and metallic fabrics to recreate his trademark bold and boxy silhouettes and contoured each piece with a sporty yet stylish appeal.

Unfinished edges, structured cuts, panels, stitch detailing, fringing, vinyl foil and plastic pieces stood out on both; masculine and feminine forms as they worked to embellish each design, adding a quirky hint.

See-through lace pants, a mesh see through jacket and a particularly intriguing night blue latex trench coat stole the show.

Daring, different and simply delightful, ‘Mix Media’ by Dhruv Kapoor is sure to raise some eyebrows in the best way and turn some heads.