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Pix: Now, who wouldn't want to wear that!

By Rediff Get Ahead
Last updated on: October 23, 2020 14:24 IST
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Hemang Agarwal's Tattva collection is a gorgeous representation of harmony.

IMAGE: 12 tattvas from India's traditions and scriptures influenced designer Hemang Agrawal's creations. 
Earth, water, fire, wind, the sky, the sun, the moon, the planets, organisms, the body, the mind and the spirit formed the basis of the collection. 
Photographs: Kind courtesy Lakme Fashion Week/Instagram


IMAGE: Motifs representing quirky versions of the moon phases, tigers, the human mind and Italian polymath Leonardo DaVinci's Vitruvian Man were skilfully woven into the glittering fabrics.


IMAGE: Don't you just love these gorgeous saris?


IMAGE: Models display rich brocades made in Benaras using Bemberg, a sustainable fabric made with regenerated cellulose fibre.


IMAGE: The collection also included boxy jackets, double-breasted trench coats, overlapping wrap pants and waistcoats.


IMAGE: A stunning play of green and gold silhouettes.

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