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7 Collections We Loved at Amazon India Fashion Week A/W’18

7 Collections We Loved at Amazon India Fashion Week A/W’18

From easy and laidback silhouettes to all glam everything, we’ve reported the best from each day of the Fall Winter’18 edition of AIFW. But here, we bring you the best of the best! Seven collections that literally stole the show! All Images: Fdci.org

Abraham & Thakore

Abraham & Thakore
This brilliant trans-seasonal line, ‘Sadak Smart’ drew snappy styling influences from the streets of Delhi. With visible references to street labour, social workers, and the working millennials, the collection was sartorially Delhi!

Abraham & Thakore

Abraham & Thakore
Think gamchas, breezy tops, salwars, chic sarees and trench coats in organza and chanderi.While we saw a lot of the duo’s signature monochromes, the collection was also sprinkled with coral, green and gold.

Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan

Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan
Inspired by the Dahlia flower, Pallavi Mohan gave winter a blooming and colourful twist. Black, grey, midnight blue and silver topped with deep floral tones, fringes, laser cut flowers and sequins made for the dreamiest looks.

Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan


Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan
Shiny gowns, knee-length skirts, layered silhouettes, thigh-high boots, berets and long leather gloves, Pallavi’s ‘Winter Dahlia’ is the answer to every girl Parisian chic dream.

Nikasha

Nikasha
Easy-breezy silhouettes took over the festive wear, whites moved to corals, a stunning regal grey, and a bright fuschia, and in the process, we lost our hearts to this line by Nikasha.

Nikasha

Nikasha
Called Keya, or the monsoon flower, this collection beautifully presented the calm before the storm, the beautiful blooms after that, and everything in between. A big yes to the chic, fluid outfits and to those fringed heels!

Vineet Bahl


Vineet Bahl
Vineet’s line defined giving inspiration your signature, in the true sense. Inspired by the Turkish tribe of Quashqai, models sashayed down the runway in clothes that gave an edgy, street twist to traditional aesthetics.

Vineet Bahl


Vineet Bahl
Geometric motifs, floral embroideries and velvets fused with denims, cargos pants, culottes, gold and sheer, all topped off with leather hats and biker gloves, this was the ultimate modern update to historical influences.

AartiVijay Gupta

AartiVijay Gupta
Here’s the ultimate print party! Gupta’s line translated the Gond artform of Madhya Pradesh onto easy separates in the form of her signature prints. Long capes, relaxed pants, sarees, kaftans and trench coats, print on print never looked better!

AartiVijay Gupta

AartiVijay Gupta
What made this collection even better was the colour palette. Powder pink, peach and pastel clue moved to off-white, grey and black topped with yellow.

Shivan & Narresh

Shivan & Narresh
17th century Edo Art fused with elements from Seychelles, Shivan & Narresh presented yet another print rich, accessory heavy, glam-in-every-way line! The collection made for the perfect wardrobe of a millennial globetrotter.

Shivan & Narresh

Shivan & Narresh
The line spanned across swimwear, cover-ups, dresses, sarees, and lehengas along with chic printed bandis and co-ords for men. Cherry red, a luxe cocoa, aqua blue and black, the show packed every colour and silhouettes for a dream resort wedding.

Kanika Goyal Label

Kanika Goyal Label
Kanika’s collection in association with Adidas described the nowness of street fashion. Asymmetric skirts, long jackets, layered pants, and out-of-the-ordinary panels that cut across separates, the line had every piece for one who commands attention.

Kanika Goyal Label

Kanika Goyal Label
We loved the use of colour in all the pieces. Brick red, brown, beige, white and grey paired with peach and bright blue, here is a fresh new take on winter!
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