Men, it's your turn to take notes.
Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
'The Sustainable Man' by fashion brand AJIO featured menswear collections from three designers -- Rajesh Pratap Singh, Pero by Aneeth Arora and Abraham Thakore.
Unconventional, organic and out-of the box!
IMAGE: Imaad Shah models a multi-layered indigo collection for Rajesh Pratap Singh.
IMAGE: Singh's line was put together from deconstructing fabrics from his earlier collections.
IMAGE: A multi-textured jacket for all ages.
IMAGE: The handwoven ikat on the textile was made using pet bottle waste. For the footwear, he's used flat knit indigo T-shirts and khadi fabrics. #Creative
IMAGE: Double lapel coats like these stood out.
IMAGE: In Marwari, the local language of Rajasthan, 'Pero' means 'to wear'. And Aneeth Arora's collection was all about adapting the local styles for the men into contemporary creations.
IMAGE: Arora played with stripes in handwoven khadi and linen to create shirts, trousers and coats.
IMAGE: The highlight was on layering, so to exploit various prints in one outfit.
IMAGE: One look at his collection and you'd guess the theme of Abraham and Thakore's collection -- Dandy March. The traditional topis, jutis and kurtas got an stylish makeover.
IMAGE: Gender neutral model Petr Nitka models an oversized ivory kurta with printed indigo salwar and a stylish cravat.
IMAGE: Patchwork Nehru jackets and trousers like these were there too.
IMAGE: Lots of inspiration for the men to ace the Neo desi look.