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Amazon Indian fashion week AW18 trend: floral and boho

Amazon Indian fashion week AW18 trend: floral and boho

The most important aspect of the Amazon India fashion week this season was many designers worked for the Men's wear collection too. Designers Dhruva Vaish, Pawan Sachdeva, and Rohit Kamara presented men's only collection for the season, also few of them presented coed shows. Rina Dhaka, Abraham Thakore, Samant Chauhan, Shyamal-Bhumika and Shivan Naresh added their co-ed collection on the runway.

From last few season fashion has changed quietly, the styles are now loose, allowing the full body movement or fabrics have blends of stretch fibres. Activewear lifestyles are influencing designers creativity. Silhouettes are either loose or sartorial.

AIFW aw18 seen military influences as you could spot into collections of Patine and Nitin Bal Chauhan. Patines collection had the jacket with embroidery over Military Green base and Nitin brings the oversized gown.

Malini Ramani revisited the boho style that had the flavour of tribal and special dip dyed drapes, regal capes, sequins, mirrors and an abundance of gold. Pallavi Mohan and Rina Dhaka's few collections also had bohemian silhouettes.

We can make our verdict with confidence that Floral is the biggest trend of the season, as about 30% prints have floral pattern influences, spotted into the Nida Mahmood, Pero, Abraham&Thakore, Rina Dhaka and Nikasha's collection. Nikasha mixed florals with tropical essence. 

 

Floral print by Pero, Rina Dhaka, and Abraham Thakore

Pero

Pero

Rina Dhaka

Rina Dhaka

Abraham Thakore

Abraham Thakore

Loose silhouettes- revisiting boho fashion and collar kurti

Rina Dhaka

Rina Dhaka

Malini Ramani

Malini Ramani

Abhi Singh

Abhi Singh

Silhouettes are getting relaxed and breathable, that is getting validated globally as well as in India's runway shows. Malini Ramani has been experimenting with this style for quite a long but this Autumn-winter season of Lakme fashion week Pallavi Mohan, Rina Dhaka, and Nikasha also mixed their collection with boho silhouettes.