Here Are 5 Designers From Amazon India Fashion Week You Need To Look Out For

Style posted on 22 March

The recently concluded 31 st edition of Amazon India Fashion Week AW18 held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium gave us major fashion goals. From delicate saris to monochrome dresses, we were spoiled for sartorial choice! Here’s a list of the trending designers we spotted at AIFW AW18/19.

Abraham and Thakore

Abraham and Thakore’s collection #SadakSmart was inspired by the streets of Delhi. There was an abundance of the duo’s signature monochrome pieces, though brown, beige and navy blues broke the monotony. There were loose-fitted pants, saris, trench coats, jumpsuits and the humble gamchha.

Check out their website here. 

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D-16, Shiniwas Puri, Defence Colony, New Delhi

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Pero

Moving away from her staple colours {indigo, black and white}, designer Aneeth Arora chose a vibrant colour palette this time around. Pink and corals brightened a rather gloomy winter. Printed florals also complemented the checks.

Check out their Facebook page here.

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231, Patparganj Industrial Area, Patparganj, New Delhi

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Siddartha Tytler

Taking inspiration from Japanese rockstar warriors, Siddartha Tytler put together a sports-luxe collection: ‘Fuss’. It was a blend of street style and high street. Jogger pants, bomber jackets and boyfriend suits, embroidered with metal hardware, stood out.

Check out their Facebook page here.

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6/4, 1st Floor, Kutub Boulevard, Seth Sarai, Mehrauli, New Delhi

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Shyamal Bhumika

Shyamal and Bhumika Shodhan paid a tribute to the mood that is: Paris. The intricately designed collection was full of dainty lace and silk saris, cocktail dresses, lehengas and more. The designers played with velvet and organza fabrics.

Check out their website here.

Sahil Kochhar

Sahil Kochhar’s Autumn/Winter 2018/19 collection ‘Chitr’ was high on craftsmanship. A dark colour palette was contrasted with striking florals in mustard, bright red, beige and olive. There was a liberal {but brilliant} use of applique. Semi-sheer shirts and cape jackets stole the show!

Check out their website here.