Tarun Tahiliani is a name synonymous with the Indian fashion industry. Decades of impeccable craftsmanship and distinctive cultural references have led to an international level acclaim. His studio at the moment creates three different lines – diffusion, pret-a-porter and couture. Drawing from India’s rich cultural heritage his designs are translated to high fashion using the finest textiles, exquisite Indian craftsmanship and Italian pattern cutting.
His SS ’17 collection, known as ‘Chasme Shahi’ is inspired by the Mughal era – drawing from its resplendent architecture. The palette moves from one spectrum to another, starting with soft whites and creams, moving to chromes and ending with opulent jades and blacks. Floral motifs and organic, free-flowing silhouettes come together against a backdrop of romance and fantasy.
This digital print T-shirt is a key piece for springtime. It’s definitely statement wear so use other garments to accentuate it, rather than tone it down. These loose velvet pants give the outfit an athleisure look, but the combination of colours and fabrics still manage to keep it classy. The geometric and floral motifs give it an ethnic look, so team it up with something casual like a pair of great fitting pants or a midi skirt to balance the outfit.
FEATURED on VOGUE India, February 2017 Issue