Designer Dhruv Vaish showcased his fall winter-inspired collection ‘Noire’ at the Amazon Fashion Week 2017 in Delhi. His poised collection unveiled on the final day where Indian wrestler Sangram Singh walked the ramp for him.
This time, his collection was all about exploring the colour black in varied shades, forms, and textures. The garments have been made by keeping wear ability in mind. Hues of white and chrome peek out to subtly complement the bold black tones. Sophisticated and understated designs were the highlight of this collection.
The line of designs is dominantly made of tweeds and luxurious wool flannels. The use of lightweight cotton and leather details bring everything together. One can see a conglomerate of edgy silhouettes and well-thought layered patterns that is a reflection of clever design sensibility. Keeping the surface textures clean and minimal, the designer lets the colours do the talking. Plaids, bold checks, and abstract graphics add the perfect amount of dapper to this spunky creation. Structured jackets and long coats were paired with relaxed trousers and skirts.
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