Strengthening the notion that people are beautiful in all shapes and sizes, Rixi and Tinka Bhatia’s ‘half Full CURVE’, promoted body positivity with their collection “Gulab Bagh”
While plus-size fashion is a relatively new concept from Indian designers, the label presented its range of luxury fashion for curvy women.Silhouettes were aimed at the amply endowed dressers who love to flaunt their style, so models and real women, in different sizes and shapes, conveyed the message of curvy confidence.
Interiors of royal palaces, textures of textiles and patterns of wall art, that created a mélange of unconventional designs.
Wearable gypsy and urban wear merged using intricate embellishments with surface textures and colour blocking.
Resort wear comprised long/short kaftans and kurta/dresses, cocktail saris, and draped palazzo pants.These were interpreted with intricate embroidery that had an old-world charm. The fluid silhouettes enhanced the comfort factor; while silk georgette created oodles of chic emphasis.
Rose pink, ecru, navy to sage green, aqua, olive and teal.
For traditional Indian wear, the fabric mix was Dupion/Habutai silk, with organza for dupattas. Gold and gunmetal zardosi work was juxtaposed, to create pizazz.
Indian pink, navy blue, dull teal, maroon and chocolate brown.