IRW Day 3: The Perfect Grand Epilogue To IRW Summer 2017
Delhi has always been the ultimate hub of fashion trends, exploring and innovating every now and then, newest hues, materials and facades of style, glamour and fashion. The recently happened India Runway Week 2017 edition was a true treat to all fashionistas of Delhi with a potpourri of fashion shades from multiple designers with hands on portrayal of multiple fashion traits.
We have already poured you with fashion feeds from India Runway Week Day 1 and 2. And now we are back with the finale of the IRW 2017 summer edition deets.
The First grand bite of the event unraveled itself with the amazing collections from the creative home of Suprachi were indeed a treat to the eyes. With dramatic hues, refined and sophisticated pastels over silhouettes and the predominance of silk as well as cotton threads, the pieces were stunning and ravishingly gorgeous. Suprachi boasts of a collection that amalgamates grace, poise and elegance with the most vibrant shades.
Anshita Garg’s collection was a perfect friend to the scorching summers. With comfort clothing as the theme in vogue, this magnificent collection was cool, modish and easy. Premium clothing assortments like zari and beads were complemented by light materials like linen as well as Maheshwari silk.
The glitz and glamour was further punched in with Pooja Peshoia’s novel collection. The muse to this awe-inspiring collection that blends in itself the streams of both traditional and contemporary thought, was the natural reflections which illuminate the ocean’s surface. The collection was synonymous to perfection. With a lavish showcase of beautiful gorgeous lehengas, sarees as well as crop tops clubbed with elegant, graceful skirts and jackets, the collection displayed the identity of the modern women of the present times. The ensembles were made of sheer organza, tulle, silks and satins.
The best part of IRW 17 is that every design shared a unique touch to it through the stream of thought which backs it and Clotho was not a deviation. The best part was that Clotho desired to portray the collection as an extension of the feminine identity, not as a trend but as an intrinsic characteristic of herself. Thus it amalgamates its designs with the lotus in its multiple forms, that forms a predominant part in Tribana Padma’s collection, dealing with the ‘chakras’ and the several forms of feminine mysticism.
Egyptian themes and pastels also ruled the ramp through the collection hands of Delhi based Designer- Ankur j. Amun-Ra (hidden light) as the name is popularly known as was the vibrant mix of 5D Egyptian beetles as well as Egyptian Gods. Oomph and chutzspah are the features that this designer collection bestows with. With the collection, he raised the message of “Help Egypt Help an Heritage”.
White, yellows and golden shimmers dominated the ramp with the elegant collection ‘Nazakat’ ,RIDHANSH by Sonia Gaba.
The Priyamvada Couture was inspired to showcase the woen of today, the contemporary, independent women who are bold and speak their indepent words of fashion. The collection was exclusively curated keeping in mind the women of today who are confident and define their fashion statements by their own. With The Indian Ethnicity as the predominant theme, there were gorgeous combinations of divine embroideries, stylish, flowery cuts with elegance being the finest finish.”Being a part of a lady on her special day is what motivates me and through my outfit I want her to feel like a queen” says Priyamvada Goel. Actress Mugdha Godse, the stunning Diva walked the ramp for her.
Coming to the most exotic part of the show was definitely Akassh Aggarwal’s Subhasini Ornamentals. Akassh Aggarwal has always been known as a familiar face when in comes to jewellery with a thematic punch. All his designs unmask the several shades of the contemporary woman along with a touch of tradition. Last Season of Subbhashini Ornamentals had the Diva touch with the evergreen style icon Zeenat Aman as the showstopper.
This year too Akkash Aggarwal’s show was not an exception from its thematic excellence. “Tribe Vibes Collectives”, Bohemian Self Love was the thematic innovation. The World has always identified woman as “The Second Sex” reminiscent of Simone De Beauvoir or the weaker gender. In this male dominated and women undermined opinion, Akassh K. Aggarwal’s collection pays a tribute to all those women who live their lives on their own terms, unopinionated, independent and rebellious. Pearls, corals on embossed and 3D Metallic Gold and Silver were the show-stealers. The Show with all its well-suited demanding music and the gorgeous Swara BHaskar walking down the ramp made it an episode to remember.
Ritambhara Paliya’s collections were contributions that reinforced the Indian ethnic flavors with gorgeous, vibrant colors. Maxi dresses, along with lehengas, anarkalis with rich fabrics and the most elegant, stylish designs that spoke of queenly flavors were a perfect epilogue to the final day of IRW 2017. Bollywood diva Shamita Shetty walked the ramp flaunting the divine, rich collections from Ritambhara Paliya.
The finest and grandest end that the India Runway Week 2017 could witness was definitely through Kristy De Cunha. The Gol Gol Rani Freddie Mercury lived up to its name catering to both men and womens’ tastes, for both the geeky, intelligent and the fashion changers.
India Runway Week 2017 was undoubtedly a fashion treat to All fashionistas and we are in eager anticipation for the next season to strike in.