Chandrani Siingh Fllora
Titled ‘Mrityunjay’, Chandrani Siingh Fllora’s collection of casual and sportswear in formal clothing, highlighted the hybrid lifestyles we live in. The colour palette for the collection is a homogeneous mix of snow white, corroded rust, midnight Himalayan blue, ash grey, tones of indigo, Boroline green and various shades of yellow used in solids as well as handwoven stripes combined with ombre effects
Anupamaa by Anupama Dayal
Titled “Fight and Feast,” the collection of skirts, kaftans, crop tops, saris, wrap dresses in striped prints, tunics with elephant prints and culottes in drum prints had conventional Naga prints and patterns. The colour palette used included shades of white, yellow, orange, blue and black.
Titled “Meeting Coachella, “the collection in fabrics of khadi, silk, cotton, chanderi and pashmina is highlighted by digital prints and thread work.
Pankaj and Nidhi
A line of martial uniforms in Merino wool, heavy crepes and striped grosgrain fabric were embellished with braids, cord-work, medals and badges. The colours used were hues such as blues, greens, earthy olives and ochres.
Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti
A line of long pleated skirts, midis, capes, peplum shirts, wide-legged trousers in asymmetrical hemlines and surface ornamentation evoke a boho-vibe. Fluid paisleys, geometric mosaics, rustic clamp and carpet embroidery, Kurdish laces, gunmetal diskettes, block printing and digital printing on natural fibres were the highlights.