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INIFD Unveiled The Creative Collections Of Six Rising Gen Next Stars At Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019

INIFD PRESENTS GENNEXT presents NOIE NOIE MAKU during Lakme Fashion Week Winter / Festive 2019 at St Regis, Mumbai in Mumbai, India on August 19, 2019. Photo : FS Images / Lakme Fashion Week / IMG Reliance

 INIFD UNVEILED THE CREATIVE COLLECTIONS 

 SIX RISING GEN NEXT STARS OPENS LFW

 The 28th Batch of six Gen Next Designers presented by INIFD opened the Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019 with scintillating collections that captivated the attention of the audience.

SAHIB BHATIA – NEW AGE EMPHASIS

The label ‘Amaaré’ by Sahib Bhatia showcased a sleek men’s wear line, which revealed modern as well as New Age silhouettes with minute touches of Japanese fashion.

Titled  “Rule Breaker” the collection highlighted surface development techniques with cotton and wool.The embroidery was not quite fluid but achieved with small specks of thread work along with pleating and texturing.Sharply cut mandarin collar jackets over kurtas, trench coats, angular openings for coats, asymmetrical kurtas with pants and lots of layering with multiple garments ensured that there were numerous mix and match options that will take the men’s wear into a more innovative mode.

Inspiration

Architecture and his textures were inspired by ancient Australian aboriginal art, which revolves around dots that resist continuous flow.
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Noir, wine, midnight blue and grey.
GAURAV SINGH– BOLD FLOWING SILHOUETTES
Gaurav Singh’s ‘Anatomy’ label comprises layered asymmetric robes over midis, pleated layered creations, long-sleeved asymmetric pin tucked bodice dress and one with pleated and moulded shoulder. had an unconventional design sensibility.
The collection ‘Kadali Patram’, unveils the beauty of a banana leaf’s shape, texture and feel spurred Gaurav’s creativity and the result was a line of soft flowing but bold silhouettes with amazing drapes and dynamic curves.
Extreme construction and moulding for the ensembles was the highlight of the collection.
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Deep muted shades of grey, ink and brown
ANKITA SRIVASTAVA – FOR DIVERSE WOMEN
‘The Little Things Studio’ by Ankita Srivastava,showcases her collection “Not so Perfect” aimed at the sartorial requirements of diverse women that told a story with prints. Presenting saris teamed with casual basic shirts, the collection featured prints that were inspired by painter Henri Matisse’s hand drawings, where the prints revealed the cut out and hand drawn techniques of the painter. The patterns were hand sketched and then turned into screen prints on fabrics.
AKANKSHA AGGARWAL – TEXTURES AND RELAXED CONTOURS
Akanksha Aggarwal’s “Noié Noéi”  collection concentrated on zero wastage.
The collection on the ramp was a fashionable study of contrasts as unconventional volumes and eccentric silhouettes were balanced with imaginative details and amazing intelligent fabrications. Inspired by architecture and colour the garments revealed multiple lines and patterns with diverse shapes.
When it came to surface texturing it was floral patterns and embroidery that was on top of the charts.  While the textures were bold, the silhouettes were relaxed as linen; silk linen, organza and jute brought the creations to life.
MANJUSHREE SAIKIA – HONOURING WEAVERS
Manjushree Saikia’s label ‘Ura Maku’ unveiled her “Dawn to Reality” collection had sharply cut three-piece suits were visualised in fabrics that comprised tea dyed mulberry Eri and Muga silk, as well as Cotton/organic cotton and Chanderi.
Bringing a variety of silhouettes that started with a blazer over a crushed printed hemline dress, the look moved to a coat-dress with pants, a belted trench with wide lapels teamed with wide trousers and a midi wrap skirt with a 2-tone shirt. Lapel-less jacket with pants, a 2-button jacket matched with a midi and a blouse, while a soft trench coat with trousers were great coordinates that could be interchanged for more fashion and style choices.
STANZIN PALMO – BEAUTY OF LADAKH
The ‘Zilzom’ label by Stanzin Palmo was a poetic fashionable offering inspired by the beauty of Ladakh.
For her collection called “Between the Earth and Sky”, Stanzin used the Apricot blossom and Sea Buckthorn as her design inspirations, Stanzin brought in hints of oriental details and then worked with digital art and thread work. Her fabrics were obviously handmade Ladakh pashmina, Ladakh wool, silk, cotton, linen and rayon. The silhouettes were feminine and fluid but the base was the Ladakhi traditional dress called the ‘Goncha’, which featured gathers and wraps as the basis of construction.

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