Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week, Day 2 Highlights: Charu Parashar, Preeti Chandra, am:pm & Kavita Bhartia

MissMalini , 07 Apr 2011

Charu Parashar

Charu Parashar
Charu Parashar
Preeti Chandra
Charu Parashar

Sequined lace panels, Silk Damask prints, Printed net and Velvet, Every garment embellished.

Not an Autumn/Winter collection. A collection meant only for the youthful at heart. It did offer a lot of separates with off course a huge amount of sparkle. The Delhi babes on front row seemed to awe at the garments, which means it’ll obviously sell like hot cakes.

Preeti Chandra

Preeti Chandra
Preeti Chandra

Old world charm, lace a-line dresses, Royal inspiration, Emphasis on Jewellery, Large shoulder volume

Lots of a-line and shift dresses  in prints and stark colours. There was a great pair of Palazzo pants.  Cute floral motifs were appliqués on boleros and LBDs . The best was a tee with a print of the Queen which was off course embellished. The collection was a bit OTT and a lot of influence from the royals but with a nouveau riche feel.

Preeti Chandra
Preeti Chandra

AM:PM Ankur & Priyanka Modi

am:pm
am:pm

Plaid Jackets, Floral Prints, White Palazzo, Slouchy Shoulders, Wrap Dresses, Sophisticated, Feminine.

A very well put together collection, with separates that will suit every body type. It was meant for the lady or girl who wants to be uber sophisticated but in a feminine way. There was an amazing pair of white palazzo pants, that i just need to get no questions asked! Their strength was obviously their wrap dresses with asymmetrical hems. They were one of the strongest collections of the day so far.

Kavita Bhartia

Kavita Bhartia
Kavita Bhartia
Celebrity spotting at WIFW
Celebrity spotting at WIFW
Celebrity spotting at WIFW
Celebrity spotting at WIFW

Lot of digital Prints, Contemporary Ethnic, Kurtis, Mehndi print stockings, Not Paneled and Pleated Cholis.

This collection had a bohemian -Indian feel to it with lots of printed dresses and even stockings. There was a lot for the girl who oves to mix Indian with western wear. There was a little of everything in the show from sequined dresses to printed maxi dresses. Yet, as this is Autumn Winter, I’m wondering why we haven’t seen  more winter collections.
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