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Lakme Fashion Week: Wearable fashion for GenNext

Last updated on: August 16, 2017 15:46 IST
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The new crop of Indian designers set the trend for the season -- edgy designs with silhouettes in black. 

Presenting the best looks from the GenNext show.

Photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Saaksha & Kinni by Saaksha and Kinnari

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The bold collection using fabrics like chiffon and chanderi, along with metal woven sheets with thread and cut work.

 

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While black dominated the runway, this collection saw bursts of colour like this one.

 

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The designers step into the limelight with their models. 

Integument by Deepak Pathak

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With Integument, Deepak Pathak, 30, played around with techniques like jacquard knitting and Flock printing

 

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He included fabrics like felt, wool blend and twill suiting to create edgy looks. 

 

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Meet the man behind the creation. 

BLONI by Akshat Bansal

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Akshat Bansal's collection explores age old techniques like tie and dye and crochet. 
The inspiration was unconventional -- snow-clad mountains and science of nature that was cleverly recreated in a monochrome look.

 

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The idea was to create a collection that remains androgynous at its core.

 

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The designer shares the limelight with his models. 

Anaam by Sumiran

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The collection featured an unstoppable, unbeatable army of warriors from the infamous district who march headfirst in flowy uniforms. 

 

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Sharma creatively used silhouette generation techniques that involve a mix of draping and pattern making. 

 

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Kudos to this young GenNext designer for ensuring minimum to zero wastage of fabric during production. 

Untitled Co. by Shenali and Rinzin

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Their designs were driven by embroidery techniques, surface treatments and fabric manipulation. 

 

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The duo attempted to create wearable pieces of art, reminiscent of Japanese printmaking.

 

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Meet the creative minds behind the collection, Shenali, 32, and Rinzin, 38. 
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