Need fashion inspiration for the season? These outfits will do the needful!
Breaking all gender stereotypes in clothing, the Amazon India Fashion Week had plenty in store for people willing to experiment.
Here's what the fashionable Indian woman should be wearing this summer.
IMAGE: White and blue make such a classic combo. This lovely loose white shirt, pants and matching jacket by Pero modelled by Sanea Shaikh will add a perky touch to your wardrobe.
All photographs: Kind courtesy Zeno Group for Fashion Design Council of India
IMAGE: Want to get flirty over the weekend? Then this is the perfect outfit for you.
Fashion designer Aneeth Arora of PERO continued his love affair with stripes in his latest collection too. We're so glad that stockings are making such a grand comeback on the runway. The floral work on this skirt is inspired from Gautemala.
IMAGE: Yet another comfy and trendy outfit from Pero -- a poncho in gorgeous indigo checks and stripes.
See those tassels? They have been handmade locally.
This collection is special because it takes you through a journey of the nomadic tribes across the world.
IMAGE: When a fabric is treated like a work of art, this is what one gets.
Anupama Dayal's collection is inspired by The Sacred Forest. This light, wearable off-shoulder dress in red looks so amazing that we can barely take our eyes off it.
IMAGE: Huemn's collection is a celebration of the woman in you. The play of colours on the dress modelled by Rachel Bayros are inspired by classic German poetry.
IMAGE: Aishwarya Sushmita models a monochromatic palette of black and white ensembles just for you.
Fashion designer Pankaj and Nidhi played around with patterns to create something as extraordinary as this outfit. Don't miss the matching gloves.
IMAGE: Vineet Bahl's dress proposes to make everyday fashion a chic affair for women. With minimal embroidery, this silhouette modelled by Candice Pinto in black and white is full of edge and effortlessly stylish.
IMAGE: No better way to wear denims than with a lovely handloom jacket with floral motifs by Patine.
IMAGE: A floral silhouette like this will brighten up a dull day. The symmetrical dress featuring artistic floral collage work is designed by Hemant and Nandita.
IMAGE: Who says you can't play with prints, floral motifs and colour in one outfit. Anupama Dayal's easy-breezy kurta in burgundy and raisin with printed palazzos are just perfect for a weekend getaway.