Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter’16 Day 4 schedule
IKAI ’s show was a beautiful marriage of poetry with fashion – dreamy sketches and floral motifs made for a stunning show.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 IKAI by Ragini Ahuja
ILK showcased softer hues like minty pastels coupled with fluid silhouettes and feminine fabrics.The earth forms the starting point of the collection and is represented with an art form that uses dots to create an illusion of pixefation. While easy every day dressing forms the label’s backbone, it was the closing sari worn with a turtle neck that gave it an aesthetically sound finish.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 ILK by Shikha & Vinita
Lovebirds was all about structure and geometric patterns. Their collections have always been clean and stripped of all the fuss. Keeping up to their own beat, this autumn winter collection presented easy-to-please winter-wear in their trademark oversized snuggle style.
Read more at AIFW AW16 Lovebirds
Ruchika Sachdevas Bodice showcased pleats and stripes in military-esque fashion. Bodice’s autumn winter collection presented the label in an ultra soft, feminine direction yet keeping her sharp tailoring strength as the prime focus of the clothes.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Bodice by Ruchika Sachedva
Polka dots, checks and warm fabrics that spell comfort wear for a winter’s day – That’s Eka AW’16 in a nut-shell and they served it straight up with no distractions.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 EKA
The Anavila show that followed was one to watch for with its take on Indian norm core – sari’s coupled with pants and sweaters in frosty hues made for a surreal sartorial moment.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Anavila
The Ashima Leena show that followed was all about print on print in sunset hues – the line from the fashi N veterans was simple, elegant and stunning.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Ashima Leena
Malaika Arora Khan closed for Mandira Wirk who showcased a line full of regal silhouettes, floral embroidery and a lush color palette.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Mandira Wirk
The collection was called Noor and represented the shy nature of an old era. Beautifulbadla,mokaish and chikankari formed the core of the collection with tiny pearl embellishments adding a strong detailed layer to it all.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Niki Mahajan
Pero by Aneeth Arora brought alive the classroom on the runway (literally!) with the launch of Moja Pero, a line of mismatched knee high socks. She also showcased jackets, culottes, skirts and dresses in a bold checkered pattern.
Read more at AIFW AW’16 Namrata Joshpura