The globetrotter gets a chic makeover and takes on many personalities. Whether it is Ashish N Soni’S Londoner outfits with trench coat and plaid or Dev R Nil’s psychedelia-inspired suits or Josh Goraya’s funky resort wear, the traveller this season is more evolved and experimental than before. Denim-on-denim suits are funkier than before with patchwork and patterns, perfect for that destination party!
Now you see it, now you don’t. The evil child of blousons makes an applauding comeback this spring-summer. Put your graceful foot forward with Gauri & Nainika’s midriff baring ensembles, or put your playful side forward with Niharika Pandey’s crop top and mini-skirt pairing. Siddharth Tytler makes it the midriff all sexy with powerful detailing in the outfit. So before it gets too late, it’s time to hit the gym.
An answer to most fashion dilemmas, we all understand the value of the immortal LBD and other key black pieces. However, this edition of WIFW SS ’15 saw designers move away from the plain. Slits, sequins, structured lines, sheer, or embroidery – it was all about the special touch. Joy Mitra and Malini Ramani played with gold details, Niket Mishra spiced things up with sheer layering and Alpana Neeraj used structured silhouettes for a futuristic feel.
The pant-suit just got sexier. Up the fashion ante in the boardroom with this sexy Sneha Arora mustard number with buckle details on the jacket. Dev R Nil’s extremely stylish printed pant suit is sure to grab eye balls. If you want to stick with muted tones, then go for a jewelled lapel as seen in this Payal Singhal design or the printed sleeves in the white Sneha Arora number.