To all the fashion enthusiasts out there, this one is a great show to keep yourself hooked to know some of the greatest trends of the upcoming season. The India Fashion Week is inspired by the Lotus Makeup this year and we are waiting to see what the beauty and the fashion collaboration have in store with them. The show starts on the 10th October 2018.
The theme this year is a spectrum of hues comprising monochromes.


Designer Samant Chauhan’s collection, ‘Bombay – tomorrow you will lose everything forever’ was an awaited walk down the memory lane, celebrating the city and the spirit of Bombay . The nostalgic hues, the structural silhouettes, the dreamy textures and the detailing reminisced about the beautiful objects of memory and the classic mood of Bombay. Dramatic yet elegant, the collection of celebratory separates was for every woman who knits a world within and who believes in herself.

Designer Rimzim Dadu’s fascination for textures and re-engineered fabrics stood out as she incorporated virtual reality to create an engaging art experience. Many talk of fashion and technology together and it seems like an over-fetching dream but Dadu touched upon the intricacies and psychology of old-age techniques with sculpted handmade chiffon cords, metallic cords and wires and the intersection of a variety of creative mediums was worth the experience including her choice of colours that synced well with the design language of the collection.

The Huemn’s Spring Summer’19 collection had influences of the conflicted side of Kashmir and its socio-cultural sequence of events, the sharp contrasts that continues to haunt the territory amid the raw beauty that still blooms in the valley. Gender was shown with freedom regardless of body type, identity, orientation and the sense of self.

The enigma of luxury was the highlight of Rohit Gandhi+ Rahul Khanna’s collection. Appliqué work, hand beading and the aura of black revoked the power of luxury with edgy metal work and unusual patterns with matte and glossy textures.

Anupamaa Dayal plays with the technique of patchwork in a vivid palette of eclectic prints and patterns. The designer champions the idea of a hand crafted garment translating to true luxury and produces easy-breezy separates for summer.

Tarun Garg, Executive Director, Marketing, Maruti Suzuki said that with the event, they look forward to continue creating a buzz in the world of fashion.

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