Delhi designer Siddhartha Bansal’s collection called “Story Teller” revealed an elegant feminine fashionable tale on the ramp. Revolving around the story of the mythological divine bovine goddess, Kamadhenu, described as mother of all cows, Siddhartha was inspired by the gates and doors of Indian vintage Havelis. But while the inspiration was historic, Siddhartha’s shapes were ultra-modern and ideal for the fashion forward 21st century woman.
With sporty bomber jackets, tank tops, track pants, sweat shirts, minis, cropped jackets, full circle skirts, oversized jackets and figure hugging peplum dresses, Siddhartha added a profusion of prints-on-prints, layering and quirky accessories like sneakers, back packs, clutches, and contrasted them with Indian traditional jewellery.
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