Pero by Aneeth Arora
A champion of organic cottons, Pero by Aneeth Arora was a collection custom made for summer. Adorned in chikankari, all her whites seemed as light as clouds. The frills and laces had us drooling and wanting each outfit for our summer wardrobe.
Rajesh Pratap Singh
The maestro Rajesh Pratap Singh presented his collection adorned in the authentic Banarasi kinkhab. The collection lauded with vibgyor colours and Indian motifs was everything you want in your trousseau.
Asif Shaikh’s collection was all about reviving the ajrakh block-prints by recreating them into contemporary designs. Made in gold and other vibrant hues, teamed with whites, the collection was tailor made for contemporary, Indian festive dressing.
Textile designer Hemang Agrawal managed to team together the artisanal charm with contemporary designs and solid colours as he paired structured jackets with authentic saris all made in Banarasi brocade. Creating a combination of geeky and ethnic this very wearable combination will change the way you see a Banarasi sari.
Anupama Bose brought to the ramp a lot of chiffons and leheriya dye patterns in vibrant colours. Saris, lehengas and chiffon kurtas with flowy pants; all of which will make you want to redo your ethnic wardrobes.