Dhruv Kapoor, the enigmatic young designer cleverly managed to put the flamboyance and confidence of women and even some men, under the spotlight through his visionary garments. The presentation “Anarchy” was a bespoke collection about the idea of untamed freedom, which he executed brilliantly at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015.
Taking power dressing to a whole new level, Dhruv managed to showcase the individuality of modern womanhood, in a rather sultry manner. The designer’s take on the ‘New World Order’ was artistically depicted through his dominating runway pieces, making his concept even more impactful.
The ensembles differentiated in terms of lengths and cuts, inspired by the army dress code. A variety of contemporary silhouettes compiled for the wardrobe consisted of essentials like pencil skirts, cropped double-faced scuba jackets and sweatshirt along with ankle length felt coats. Cropped top with the word ‘SNOB’ embellished like a metallic tag was smartly paired with striped black trousers. The line also had a few men’s wear pieces including a knee-length charcoal coat over basic formals, accessorised with a formal bag. Another white scuba hooded jacket with leather facing was a great variation for men’s formal.
The palette was a well-blended and justified combination of navy blue, bottle green with the right amount of tarnish shades and burnt yellow. Dhruv Kapoor also made an attempt to make designer fashion affordable for his fans through his soon-to-be-launched line called ’’DHRUV KAPOOR EDIT ON’’