On Our Wishlist: Fashion Week Favourites

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Back to school looks are my weakness, and that’s an understatement. This gleaming gold dress by Rajesh Pratap Singh was love at first sight. Add a white shirt to the mix and I am ready to wear this outfit everywhere, every day.
Sohini Dey, Senior Fashion Editor

Have you ever seen black go wrong? Rarely. I love versatile looks and this Grassroots by Anita Dongre black dress could well be my failsafe. But what really sets it apart is that lovely patchwork jacket on top. This look is all sophistication.
Swikriti Banerjee, Graphic Designer

Varun Bahl’s collection had so many masterpieces, but this one was a must-have. I love the delicate play of florals on the sheer skirt. And that bomber jacket with botanical appliques will elevate even the most mundane everyday looks.
Pallabi Majumdar, Junior Stylist

This Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan outfit just snagged first place on my wishlist. The play of blues and grey, the roomy yet very chic silhouette, this ensemble is elegant and edgy all at once.
Rashmita Roul, Catalogue Manager

The Seventies is my favourite fashion decade. Little wonder I’m so smitten by these Hemant & Nandita separates. Flared pants and turtlenecks, paired with that jacket—I can wear it to meetings and go straight to a fun night after.
Lipi Prasoon, Sr. Merchandising Manager

It is always interesting to see contrasting elements paired in one look. Take this Rimzim Dadu dress—the metallic fabric adds texture while the modest cut and sleek silhouette softens it. A pair of lace-up shoes is the perfect way to style it.
Yati Agarwal, Assistant Fashion Editor

I love Dhruv Kapoor’s entire collection! The contradictions in this ensemble are impressive. Take a silhouette famous for evening affairs and pair with block heels and geeky glasses.
Anamika Chanda, Senior Fashion Consultant

 

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