Kavita Bhartia is back on the runway at Wills India Fashion Week with her super classy Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Inspired by Chintz designs, her collection pays ode to the karigars and artisans who work meticulously, far away from the limelight to convert textiles into masterpiece outfits.
Her clothes define home-grown craftsmanship, contouring layers of her design sensibilities. This collection took dying and printing techniques to a whole new level; pleats, origami folds on skirts, and architectural jhaalis embedded in sequins and zardozi work surfaced vividly.
Kavita employed lots of khadi, cotton, and georgette and summer laces in her clothes. The choice of colours was equally soothing—ivory, white, and mint green and rose pink— perfect for summer months! Also, sudden explosion of bright colours interplayed with hints of black in some outfits.
Crochet and thread patterns were incorporated in the collection to highlight voluminous skirts, body-contouring tops, flowing gowns and modern kurtas.