Not So Serious and Rara Avis Went for Glamour and Style
The ‘Not So Serious’ label by Pallavi Mohan has always pushed the fashion boundaries at every fashion week.
“Simply Studio 54” revived the glitz, glamour and glory of the feisty 70’s that was a decade of extravagant infamous fashion. The collection of fluid dresses, off-shoulder creations and sexy halters had shimmer and shine as well as the liquid look surfaces.
Oversized silhouettes for blouses, ballooning sleeves and voluminous shapes. Staying true to the high gloss image there were satin and rich velvets along with lamé that was splashed with crystals, a sprinkling of sequins and seductive feathers. The colours matched the glorious theme as jewel tones like emerald and turquoise worked their magic for the garments on the ramp
Esha Gupta who glided in wearing a silver slinky gown with a feathered trail and high slit that created the perfect end to the 70’s inspired creations.
SONAL VERMA’S RARA AVIS LABEL SHOWCASED AN EVOLVED FASHIONABLE COLLECTION
Titled “The Still Life“ the collection was inspired by the 17th-century painter, Jacques Linard whose work was seen on the fashionable garments.
There were tonal hues like tan, midnight black, charcoal and ocean blue with sudden accents of fringes.
Embellishments too played a major role as abstract shapes and sequinned patterns were handcrafted in jewel tones.
The silhouettes remained somewhat androgynous.