Sanjay Garg is known for reviving Indian heritage through the indigenous sari, which has withstood the onslaught of time and the ubiquitous gown. Sanjay Garg of the eponymous label, Raw Mango, a debutant at the Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2016 in association with Maybelline NY, was the opening designer this season.
Look #1: White and Gold Look
Pearl Paradise Head Band: The girl of today is sporting femininity like the bygone Grecian and Indian mythological era. Back to the roots, this gold head chain is made of faux pearls joint to each other with gold links to cover the entire head in three strings.
Keeping in mind searing Indian summers, EKA by Rina Singh showcased an array of cotton ensembles in dull pastel hues at the Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. The cheerful, windswept collection comprised of layered tunics, shirt dresses and shift dresses. The line of outfits showed almost no traces of prints—this was a classic example of minimal fashion.
Gaurav Jai Gupta displayed a symphony of fabulous textiles at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014. The most distinct aspect in a Gaurav Jai Gupta show is always the fabulously woven textiles with weaves and yarns that defy imagination. For the fashion week, Gaurav’s collection for his label ‘Akaaro’ presented ‘Meen’, a line, which had exclusive hand woven fabrics in fulia, lycra, silk, chanderi, cotton and zari from Bengal and Benaras.