Striking the perfect look for summer

Striking the perfect look for summer

High fashion

Striking the perfect look for summer

The evening saw a mix of people from all walks of life, who came in to check what was ‘in’ this season. Fashionistas took advice from experts to achieve the ‘look of this season’ and to enhance their style quotient. The guests mingled with each other and talked about fashion and designs even as they waited for the new line to be showcased. And when the models finally graced the ramp, the clothes did not disappoint them.

The new line is for those who have a flair for fashion, elegance and an individual style. The Summer Collection was heavily influenced by fluid floral, rock elements and still had a very summery, beach surfer look. While the colours were young and energetic, the clothes remained elegant and featured stylishly tailored trousers, trendy jackets, versatile skirts and dresses, all of which could be easily mixed and matched to create a new look.

Stoles made a big appearance in hot pink, orange and yellow. They were worn with shorts, dresses and trousers. The fabrics used were denims and cotton work, which were teamed with jeggings, shift dresses and sleek tops. The summer look was carried out with light-coloured small dresses, shorts and colourful chappals.

The models carried big colourful bags in orange, green and cream to heat up the ramp and make a stunning appearance. The clothes accentuated effortless style and combined classic shape with modern sensibilities. While the summer look had shades of white, yellow and orange and little eccentricity thrown in with lavender pants, the other styles were chic and feminine.

Some of the other designs showcased included leggings in classic black and white combo to give a very glamourous yet individualised look. The men’s wear had check shirts teamed with t-shirt and glares. It saw colours like pink, blue, lavender and white to give both casual and stylised look. Pink t-shirts were a big part of the men’s collection with the models carrying off the supposed ‘feminine’ colour with elan.

The collection was fun, colourful and comfortable. The show came to a stop when ‘show stopper’ Kalki Koechlin walked in dressed in a sleek white pant suit with black embellishment and black heels. The killer combo of black and white was not only smart but easily stood out on Kalki’s petite frame and brought the fun fashion show to an end.