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/