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Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, Spring-Summer 2021

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DHI @ LMIFW SS’21

 Titled Mirror Me- a collection conceptualized during the pandemic of Covid-19, comprises of separates that are conducive to working from home in relaxed and comfortable fits with crisp construction and attention to detail that lend themselves to “Above the Key Board Dressing” – the new work from home reality. Stemming from emotions like self -introspection, determination and a keen resolve to overcome the obstacles of these times with a stoic attitude of hope and determination rolled together.  This is a sustainable collection – a sum of all of these emotions, layers and reflections.

·        It resonates of a chic, sophisticated, relaxed mood of understated luxury. Cutting edge, yet deceptive in its simplicity.

·        Garments are made in sustainable, soft organic cottons, (Oeko-Tex standard 100) and hand- spun Khadi – Cut on the principles of zero wastage the collection inspires responsible living.

·        Easy to wear Easy to care and Easy to pair.

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Color Canvas

 The colours are bold new neutrals/ Navy, Quiet wave aqua, hints of happy and muted

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ABOUT DHI

Dhi means ‘a thought’ in the ancient Sanskrit language.
Dhi started as a single thought of how to preserve Indian traditional workmanship and keep them relevant in our ever-evolving world.
Dhi is a collaboration of designers, artists, artisans,entrepreneurs and technologists led by Anjana Bhargav and Ankita Bhargava Meattle.

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