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DON'T MISS: When models wore India on the ramp

October 13, 2016 14:30 IST
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Homegrown fabrics made their presence felt on Day One at Amazon India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017.

The Amazon India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 has just commenced.

And everyone's already going gaga over the enthralling shows that paid tribute to Indian textiles.

First up was 'The Road To Chanderi' that brought top designers -- Anita Dongre, Aneeth Arora, Ragini Ahuja, Yogesh, Payal Pratap, Karishma Shahani Khan, Ruchika, Gaurav J Gupta, Atsu Sekhose, Divyam Mehta, Joy Mitra,  Paromita Banerjee and Pratima Pandey -- together on the same platform.

Meanwhile ace designer Krishna Mehta's collection 'Curious Alice' showcased unconventional silhouettes in Maheshwari.

Take a look at the gorgeous collection.

The Road to Chanderi

IMAGE: Lending a modern touch to the traditional chanderi, designer Ragini Ahuja's Ikai collection presented a line of western ensembles that were a sheer treat to the eyes.
In the picture above, a model struts her stuff in a jacket thrown over an outfit with an embroidered see-through bodice.

All photographs: Kind courtesy FDCI/Facebook

Sucheta Sharma

IMAGE: From layers to modern cuts, Ragini's collection had it all.
A gold hue shirt over a layered skirt with suspenders along with a pair of gold-white runners, left, and Sucheta Sharma's crop top over a pair of trousers teamed with a long patterned jacket.

Aishwarya Sushmita, Sony Kaur

IMAGE: Models Aishwarya Sushmita, left, and Sony Kaur showed us a couple of exotic designs created by another designer that looked apt for the festive season.
A front cut-out embroidered jacket worn over a crop top and a printed lehenga, left, and the elegant six yards with a full sleeved blouse.

IMAGE: Frills on dresses were in highlight too.
The label 
Surendri by Yogesh incorporated this design element in his ensembles and came out a winner.

IMAGE: Seems like the boho trend is going to stay this season.
Thanks to KaSsha whose collection celebrated colours and a variety of prints.
Sample the balloon sleeved blouse over a pair of ankle-length trousers, left, and a layered dress with a printed frilled jacket modelled by Rikee Chatterjee.


Curious Alice by Krishna Mehta

Dipti Sharma

IMAGE: With much focus on elaborate silhouettes, Krishna Mehta combined colours with great perfection.
In the picture above, model Dipti Sharma looked all chic in a multi-hue chequered asymmetrical skirt along with a bell-sleeve blouse.

Hasleen Kaur, Diva Dhawan

IMAGE: Flaunt the fashionista in you with these extravagant designs.
Choose between this floral embroidered sari with a contrasting shirt blouse, as draped on Hasleen Kaur, left, or nail the fusion look like Diva Dhawan in a blouse worn over a striped skirt and a leather belt tied around her waist.

IMAGE: Bold cuts and printed patterns were in spotlight too.
See how the models donned asymmetrical kurtis over fitted leggings, left, and calf-length dhoti pants.
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