Season’s greetings: A new dawn in the age of fashion

Season’s greetings: A new dawn in the age of fashion

By SWATI SINGH | | 6 January, 2018
(L-R) Winter collection by Prarena Grover, Dharna Hassija, Shades of India and Bani Khurana.
Some of India’s best designers are offering a mix of glamour, elegance and sophistication with their new winter wear collection. This season, the fashion world has laid strong emphasis on fabric, cut and colour. And it’s all about shapes and flattering silhouettes. By Swati Singh.

Prarena Grover

“The Mythical Moors” is a new winter collection launched by designer Prarena Grover. The line is inspired by the wild, whimsical and dramatic legends of the old forest. The collection is made with the intricacy of Indian embroidery techniques that incorporate trees and various elements found in the forest. The Mythical Moors is inspired by wild flowers and in choosing the colour palate of the collection a range of bright colours have been used throughout the collection. The collection has a sense of darkness to it to show the diverse sides of a forest.

Dharna Hassija

Designer Dharna Hassija unveiled her winter collection that brought the new trends to the forefront. The highlights of the line include sharp silhouettes on velvet having cutting designs on high-end fabric for jewel-tone formalwear, feminine dresses with ribbons and bows on button-downs, shirts, dresses, tops, shoes and bags. Victorian collars that dominate both the luxury and high street arenas is also a part of Hassija’s winter collection. Embellished cocktail wear and structured daywear dresses are another take away from the collection.

Shades of India

Shades of India launched their new fall winter collection recently. The collection is all about coats and jackets. Its most coveted design is the long Dali coat in black velvet with a burgundy lining. It invokes a language of style, elegance and luxury. The short Kalo jacket in gold is fitted at the shoulder and embroidered all over. The lining is in a deep red silk and textured with cutwork. The elegant short Philo jacket has a classic overlap collar. Beautiful floral cutwork in habotai silk has been patched on matka silk. The combination of fabric, handwork and beading pays tribute to a long tradition of craftsmanship.

Bani Khurana

Young designer Bani Khurana from Delhi showcased her new Fall/Winter collection “Dainty Romance”. The collection offers unique, elegant, sophisticated and versatile fusion wear boasting of bespoke custom designs. The collection flows into beautiful embroidered lehengas with off shoulder blouse and sheer jackets, printed long tunics, printed long skirts with semi-embroidered crop top, dhoti sari and cape among others. The flattering fit and flare style in tones of pink, royal blue, turquoise, white, gold and grey gets further accentuated by floral embroidery in applique and zardozi in this collection. 

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