Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week begun on 13th March 2013, on a great note. The designers showcased their Autmn/Winter 2013 collection. Though the collection was supposed to be autumn/ winter, very rarely the designers made clothes which potrayed 'autumn/winter'. Nevertheless I liked a few pieces and here are my favourites.
MASABA FOR SATYA PAUL:
I have never been a fan of Satya Paul, but I guess MASABA was what Satya Paul needed. Its the best thing that could happen to the fashion house. Masaba named her collection 'Every neon counts'. Absolutely love the prints, colours and accessories!
ANAIKKA- KANIKA SALUJA CHOUDHRY:
Anaikka was a collection which potrayed a strong woman. Loved the use of metal and studs. Also loved the colours used, purple and rust. Her collection potrayed her personality.
I dint like what she had designed for autumn/winter. It looked more spring/summer. The collection was pret. I just liked this particular piece and what Anupama herself was wearing. Loved the way she had styled her outfit.
Power dressing with understated elegance is how his collection can be described. The shoulders, the motifs, the dark colours looked so apt.
Vineet Bahl's collection takes us into a different era. According to me he did autumn/winter in Indian style. His collection was dominated by chikankari and beiges. Loved almost every piece.
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Do not have much to say. Did not like her collection that much.
The collection did not have a lot of interesting pieces. But the use of colour green was good. Honeycomb looked like the inspiration of her collection. The collection is very wearable. I loved this particular jumpsuit. It simple and pretty!
PANKAJ & NIDHI:
When I read the tweets of fellow bloggers about the collection, I was excited to see the collection. And when I saw the pictures, I absolutely loved them! This is what I personally like. Show me embroidery in beautiful colours and I will immediately fall in love with it. I like that Pankaj and Nidhi have maintain their signature style in every collection.
Namrata Joshipura's show was also almost everybody's favourite and now I know the reason. She kept in mind the fact that its autumn/winter and designed her collection accordingly. sweatshirt over skirt,leather, velvet were things which I liked about the collection. Its wearable yet creative. I also liked the colours.