The day three at the Amazon India fashion week AW17 brings the most versatile collection from the very renowned Indian designers like Sahil Kochar, Pallavi Singh, Nikasha, Ashima Leena, Anju Modi. Artists explored the Global trend from New York Fashion week to the Europes Victorian effects.
Find out the best of day three collection of the AIFW autumn winter 17
Kasha - MEL
Karishma Shahani was showcasing a harmony of patterns and colors in her latest collection MEL, Quilting and patchwork featured on cotton and silks. The collection brings the new perspective changes the view, which is fluid, easy to wear separates.
Sahil Kochar- Kyari collection
Sahil Kochhar 's Kyari collection is exploring the infinite treasures of India, bringing the essence of the beautiful meadows of Uttrakhand at the show. Designer stimulates wildflowers in his 3D signature cut embroidery in his latest Kyari collection.
Pallavi Singh - mid-century bohemianism
Pallavi Singh brings the mid-century bohemianism on the ramp with the geographically displayed decorative motifs in the foliage. With a portfolio of pasts played against the present thanks to a blur of geographically disparate decorate motifs showcased exhibits an affinity to affluent mid-century bohemianism.
Nikasha-Lilly Collection a Victorian era and Coromandel prints
Nikasha explores the world of Blossoms & beauty where time & love have no boundaries. A revival of signature styles like draped skirts, ruffled tops, long & short dresses, a contextual representation of inspiration picked up from the Victorian era and Coromandel prints, the story of the free-spirited Lily, who lives in a world where time and love have no boundaries.
Siddhartha Tytler - Metamorphosis Of The Macabre
Siddartha Tytler brings the Glamorous, sophisticated & elegant clothing in hues of black in Metamorphosis Of The Macabre, Pieces detailed with surface embellishments & metal hardware. The Masks created at the runways was in collaboration with designer Diego Montoya 3D.
Ashima Leena; Charukesha ancient architectural
Ashima-Leena showcases interweaving motifs taken from the ancient architectural cities in Charukesha, Spotting influences of glazed blue pottery into her collection. The designer adds the flare of the finesse of structural patterns from ancient cities in her collection of Charukesha
Anju Modi Clothing unearths Neelambar, an architecturally inspired collection at, Traditional techniques channeled by Anju Modi Clothing in Neelambar, Structured silhouettes & organic elements encapsulated by Anju Modi Clothing, Conventional knowledge woven with threads of modernity by Anju Modi Clothing Sakshi Tanwar closes for Anju Modi Clothing at
Structured silhouette crafted in futuristic takes by Shivan & Narresh. a collection that indulges elegance + buoyancy Rich velvet and gold weaves combined to give a touch of flamboyance at , Shivan & Narresh's- motifs graze over precarious drapes & fluid wear
Namrata Joshpura- Eyes Speak Drama
Namrata Joshpura juxtaposed the hard-soft, beauty with strength & cool/elegant for her luxe collection. The collection takes inspiration from the New York street styles and everyday fabrics at EyesSpeakDrama