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There was so much to like and add to our list of summer must-haves as fashion week continued from the third day. Sporty influences are still on the minds of designers, but we also found an ample supply of dreamy dresses, cute separates, workwear ideas and items to pack during our summer vacations.
Adrenaline junkie meets modern yogini in the designer’s collection dominated by white, navy, black, and red. We love the minimal mood that makes a statement without trying too hard.
These flared skirts and dresses will make you want to swirl. Handblock-printed and masterful tie-dye techniques are the signature of this fusion-inspired line.
431-88 by Shweta Kapur
Artful mesh detailing, understated cuts, and easy to mix separates were the highlights of the collection that gave a feminine twist to sporty ensembles.
Frou Frou by Archana Rao
The Hyderabad-based designer’s charming design sensibilities came across in her brand new pieces comprising sweet dresses and separates and delicate motifs.
Anupamaa by Anupama Dayal
Known for her love of colours, the designer showcased multi-hued ensembles that would fit right into your holiday plans from Goa to Morocco.
Amit Aggarwal’s designs are always high on structured details, but his new pieces stole the show with their explosive colours and sporty mishmash.
The queen of kitsch showed a restrained aesthetic in her Jungli Billee collection. The botanical-printed motifs on the bombers and dresses made for standout pieces.
Heading to the beach? Jain’s crocheted cover up, flowing dresses, dhoti pants, and kaftan-style tops will keep you looking chic from the sand to seaside parties.
A kaleidoscope of hues merged with graphic monochromes and patchwork in Ajjampur’s vision of summer. Flouncy summer dresses anyone? l