Yogesh Chaudhary for the Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

Yogesh Chaudhary

Yogesh Chaudhary

Yogesh Chaudhary’s label ‘Surendri’ dazzled the runway with a pulsating collection based on the movie ‘Chandrawal’. He captured the essence of the fairer sex in his collection by bringing out the indomitable spirit of working women.

Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary

Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary

The collection was also a celebration of love that blooms amidst a Haryanvi summer. Incorporating the prime motif of a sunflower, the main sight at a harvest, he brought out a sharp looking line up of corporate dressing made for working divas. The main materials were suiting fabrics and deconstruction of the traditional white shirt. The underlying ideology of the transition of day wear to night wear was clear in the line-up as he seamlessly merged knitwear into traditional Indian wear.

Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary

Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary

Red, mint greens, orange and tie-and-dye detailing made the collection effortlessly striking. Materials like cotton transformed into knits in the latter half of the collection. The dual entry of colour blocked garments— white/black and pink/orange were strikingly feminine. Silhouettes were classic like jumpsuits, pleated skirts, body-fitted dresses and a kimono adapted overcoat.

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