STAMINA STRENGTH: Setting new trends for India’s fashion conscious men


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Monday, December 5, 2016

Setting new trends for India’s fashion conscious men

By PREETI SINGH | | 3 December, 2016

Anita Dongre, Rohit Bal, Suneet varma, Rohit Gandhi, Rahul Khanna, DLF Emporio, L’Homme Luxury 2016
DLF Emporio successfully hosted their exquisite and highly-exclusive men’s fashion show, L’Homme Luxury 2016, in the capital recently. The show presented leading international and Indian menswear luxury brands, displaying Autumn/Winter collection, writes Preeti Singh.
Anita Dongre
Designer Anita Dongre celebrates epic love and eternal moment in her new collection. Dongre unveiled a timeless story of passion that unfolds the season to fall in love. In deep, jewel tones of ruby, wine and blue the collection looks perfect for the wedding season in royal motifs, inspired by the Mughal era. In the care of the finest silks and whispered sonnets, this season ushers in a new line of bespoke bridal wear and curated occasion wear for men from Anita Dongre.
Rohit Bal
Rohit Bal’s collection Koroshini is the interpretation of illumination. In swirls of understated gold and elegant shimmer, it is an expression of subtle and gentle grace. It is glamorous, yet stays away from any excess or opulence and remains minimal and magical as its mystery unfolds. From yards of mulmul to hues of sunset golds and pristine ivories there is a presentation of handmade cut works and lattice , intertwined with organic fabrics and age old techniques of our incredible Indian heritage.
Shantanu & Nikhil
Designer Shantanu & Nikhil’s The Mutiny 1919 is a men’s wear line concentrating on rich handlooms, woolens & leather in masculine hues of ecru, black, navy, off whites, & grey with a hint of maroon, double breasted Nehru jackets with a military touch over angular drapes and asymmetric kurtas with discreet contrast embellishments will give the perfect yet chic regimental look. Flapped patch pockets & epaulettes along with belts expresses a stylish rebellion edge and an innovative fashion direction this winter season.
Suneet varma
This season designer Suneet Varma couture collection takes inspiration from the joyful and jubilant music of the 70’s. The styling, silhouettes and colours of the collection are inspired from the times and has worked on the collection giving it a contemporary twist.  It’s been an interesting departure as he has worked with a new color palette and fabrics. Deep maroons and purples in two toned silks, ombre dyed organza in shades of yellow, gold and copper diaphanous lace is lined with a vibrant orange and fuchsia pink reminiscent of the times.
Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna
Mètallique Maze is a return to fluid femininity Rohit Gandhi ‘s and Rahul Khanna’s collection. This collection celebrates a global aesthetic with a modern refresh.Using hues like marsala, moonstone, teal, darker tones of jewels among others paired with metallic embroideries this collection raises the benchmark for evening dressing. Embracing the playfulness of fringes in easy going silhouettes, this collection is an amalgamation of a decade trend with refined modern detailing.

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