The collection is based on global togetherness taking beautiful Tulip fields as inspiration, we see different hues & textures amongst those flowers and then they grow and make a collage being one together and just like those pretty flowers we bind our hearts together, we create this thing called “bonding”. In love, we have more than sympathy, we have empathy. Our tears are shed as one; our cries of joy are in one voice. Together, we make each other stronger. We heal together. We are one.
SAAJ by Ankita Chaudhary:
Debarun Luxury Pret is synonymous with the classical nuances of style, amalgamating simplicity with glamour. It reinvents the eternal style statements. Contemporary and classic. the collection brings together two seemingly diverse worlds together.The brand merges the classic with the contemporary to create trends which would be the classics in tomorrow’s world. Timeless yet contextual is the key brand vision.
This Spring Summer’16 Debarun luxury Pret finds inspiration from ‘One Fine Day’ As the sun travels across the sky and sets into the night, it creates a beautiful array of colour combinations. This array is our inspiration. Interspersing geometric patterns representing the structure of the day with ombre shades symbolizing the fluidity of time. The collection aspires to define the dictionary of the passage of time. Contemporary silhouettes which are both classical and relaxed from the crux of this collection.
AMAZON INDIA FASHION WEEK SS16 : The Grand Finale
New Delhi, October 11, 2015: The Grand Finale of the five day long fashion extravaganza, Amazon India Fashion Week culminated with a spectacular show put together by 16 of India’s most celebrated designers, who paid ode to popular indigenous Benarasi weave. Curated on the theme of ‘Born in Benaras’, all designers presented their interpretations in Benarasi weave; showcasing the weave’s journey from being used only in traditional wear to now finding a place in contemporary fashion.
The designers – Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna, Namrata Joshipura, Ashish N Soni, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Abhishek Gupta, Gauri and Nainika, Alpana and Neeraj, Abraham and Thakore, Anupamaa Dayal, Malini Ramani, ATSU, Arjun Saluja, Manish Arora, JJ Vallaya, Sabyasachi and Tarun Tahilian, created mesmerising designs in Banarasi weave using a wide palette of colors like black, gold, red and blue; presenting the weave in creative and modern interpretations.
The Grand Finale showcased a fresh take on Benarasi weave across Western and Indian looks. Designers played with the Benarasi brocade on long jackets, A-line skirts, Boho chic resort wear, sarees as well as lehengas, giving the handcrafted weave a more western and edgier touch. The rich assortment of creativity and ideas in colourful threads started with a western collection in more of black and golden tones, followed by western collection with fusion of colors which was then concluded with the rich Indian garbs in turquoise, red and gold colors using the season’s fresh bridal hues.