In India, fine workmanship finds itself in the hands of the artisans who have been pouring their energy, patience and painstaking hours into their work for hundreds of years. It is their intricate workmanship that celebrates and feeds Indian Couture, reinventing our historical traditions. Coupled with the European tradition of fine fit, tailoring and structured draping, these skills and traditions have been reinvented to produce an entirely novel blend of Indian finery and layered western construct in our collection.
Inspired by Bollywood’s horror films of the 50’s and early 60’s Swapnil Shinde presented an ultra-modcollection called “Frozen Fragility” to match the DHL theme ‘Speed’ at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012.
Ritika Bharwani’s label, “Ritika” charmed all with her new collection titled ‘Midnight Soiree’.
Paying a tribute to the Patola from Patan, Deepika Govind’s collection titled “Pop Patola” at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012 was a celebration of Gujarat’s popular textile.