Since the launch of her label in 1989, Kavita Bhartia retrospects 25 years of her journey in the Indian fashion industry and her multi designer store Ogaan, through her Autumn/Winter collection essentially inspired by the 18th century tapestries from the Victoria and Albert Museum. Encompassing her chic and minimalistic silhouettes, she retains her signature style for the globe-trotting woman in a modern Indian context.
Tapestries and damasks from the Victoria and Albert Museum, 18th century inspired European floral patterns.
Sculpted full circle voluminous pleated skirts with worked on jackets, textured yarn crop tops, draped skirts and dresses.
Exclusive fashionable weaves propagating a novelty of untwisted threads of silk into sheer styles, exclusive prints bestowing an explicit look.
Sheer looks in silk organza and tulle, printed Scuba fabric and silk crepe.
Indigenous Indian hand techniques blended in a contemporised styling in resham dori, florals, tapestry prints and paisleys using shaded tones.
Color palette Rouge pink, deep navy, Ivory, Pale Blues and Blacks accented with Mustard, Pale Green & Electric Blue
About the designer
A pioneering name in the Indian fashion movement, Kavita Bhartia has a design philosophy that amalgamates traditional Indian craftsmanship techniques with innovative western silhouettes to create a look that is enigmatic and distinctive. A multi faceted personality, she has made her mark in different spheres of the fashion industry. The brand – Kavita Bhartia, since its inception, has been the perfect showcase of the riches and traditions of Indian couture. The collection blends Indian tradition with international trends to create a ‘look’ that is global. The presence of the traditional materials and techniques with innovative treatment brings the element of surprise in every ensemble of ‘Kavita Bhartia’. Her label has ventured into newer terrains with exports in countries like Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Spain, Greece, France and U.S., which is a reflection of her growing clientele in India and abroad.