POSTCARDS FROM SPRING
Nautanky’s new collection titled Postcard is an amalgamation of modern silhouettes, blooming prints and quirky cuts. Knotted crop tops teamed with asymmetric skirts, poppy prints on shirtdresses with ruffled hemlines, thigh-high slit skirts, billowy sleeves, pleated skirts, slip dresses with bold sunflower prints and high-waist shorts dominate the collection.
Aashiana Couture’s avant-garde collection Festive Play has all the markings of a wardrobe heirloom. The luxe and ethnic creations offer palazzo sets, asymmetrical drapes, and capes in silk crepe fabric, accentuated with beads, pearls, sequence and appliqué work. The colour palette ranges from illuminating yellow and fiery red to flaming fuchsia.
CITY OF JOY
Pink City by Sarika’s new collection Suramya is inspired by the enticing history of Kolkata. Infused with rich Indian craftsmanship in the form of delicate embroidery representing the garden flora, it is designed for the modern Indian woman. The collection consists of fuss-free and lightweight kurtas, draped saris, shararas and capes.
For timeless fashion rooted in contemporary style, explore this collection that embodies the essence of modern Indian women. From shararas, ghagras and churidars to saris, kurtas, and sherwanis, the aim is to transition from modern-minimalistic to heavily embellished outfits. The remarkable artistry and contemporary silhouettes fit much like the second skin and showcase a timeless vogue with roots in modern fashion.