Anand Kabra‘s line was about the anti-status quo, the seekers, the adventurers, the square pegs in a round hole. Details seen were Micro prints on pallazo pants and blousons, progressing into ombre dyeds in sunburst patterns, tie dyeds in orange and red and silhouettes with a seventies influence.
The layering had a bohemian nonchalance to it. Finely embroidered lehengas with intricate doily patterns made for the latter half of his show. We especially loved the belted sarees and the sequinned jackets.
This asymmetric jacket is a perfect to pair with just about anything, from an LBD to casual trousers: to liven things up a bit!
Gavin Miguel’s collection saw flowy drapes in varying combinations of nude and teal. Futuristic structure added spunk to the line shown on the second day of the Blenders Pride Fashion Tour. Showstopper Kalki Koechlin looked quite the gladiator princess in a nude net layered gown and a cage likeshoulder emphasis. She was spotted fending off some hilarious questions from the media backstage read more on the witty actress’s sporty sense of humor here.