Fashion: Seven designers to look forward to this season

Fashion Designer Ashdeen Lilaowala has long been wowing us with his contemporary take on the Parsi Gara style of embroidery. And this season looks equally promising. Pic courtesy/

Inspired by a vegetable market, Aartivijay Gupta’s collection, Mandi, will feature fabrics like hand-woven jaamdanis, worsted wools, pashminas and mul, with a dose of some earthy prints. Pic courtesy/

It’s all about love this season for Rixi Bhatia and Jayesh Sachdev’s label Quirkbox. And like their art prints rule the ramp every season, we are sure this season will be a hit too. Pic courtesy/

Based on the painter Amrita Sher-Gil and her sister, Indira, designer Nikasha Tawadey’s collection, titled Indira Et Amrita, explores the relationship and dichotomy of their lives.  Pic courtesy/ /nikasha_official

Nachiket Barve will be a part of the show this season after five years. And, as this glimpse of the Gothic-inspired embroidery predicts, his collection Chiaroscuro, will be dark and seductive. Pic courtesy/ nachiketbarve

Armaan and Aiman’s collection this season is inspired by the eclipse (and is titled the same). With motifs such as moon worshippers and phases of eclipse, this will be a celestial experience. Pic courtesy/

Known for her use of Indian textiles and breezy everyday wear, Krishna Mehta will be presenting a bridal collection this season. This colourful collection is one to look out for.  Pic courtesy/

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