Fashion Week

AIFW Trends Everyone Is Talking About


1.Metallic Foil by Pankaj & Nidhi

Shimmery metallic foiled fabrics sans embellishment are the new cool. The fur scarf, tie up boots and dangle earrings lend a retro countryside charm.

2. Solid Hues by Jaya Rathore

A precious gem whether emerald, turquoise or ruby is a powerful hue on its own. Flaunt your separates with a tone on tone combination for an impactful look.

3. Poncho Saris by Kiran Uttam Ghosh

A quintessential ensemble combining a western and an Indian silhouette i.e. the poncho and the sari. Dare to wear this with silver tribal jewellery?


4. Pop Colored Embroidery by Namrata Joshipura

Bright and colorful motifs come to life on sheer fabrics. Pair this with a matching slip and stilettos for a jaw dropping reaction.

5. Color Blocked Saris by Anavila


Linen saris are an absolute rage and a timeless classic. Whether plain, checked or color blocked, one must have it all. Take the draping to the next level for a contemporary look.

6. Fuss Free Lehengas by Gaurav Gupta

How easy is it to slip into a single outfit which makes up for three different separates that makes a lehenga? This has topped our wardrobe wishlist for upcoming weddings.

7. Translucent Sleeves by Rohit Gandhi +Rahul Khanna

Barely there or cold shoulder sleeves come in different styles. It adds an edgy style when paired to a graphic blazer or shirt. Trendy, stylish and super sophisticated!

8. Winter Layering Luxe by Hemant & Nandita

How does one look glam on cold windy days? Pair a knitted blazer over your favorite blouse with a maxi fringe embroidered skirt. Sneakers or ankle boots add to the style + comfort level.

9.Jacket Dress by Dolly J


These jackets were simply made for the winters. A dusky light hued jacket keeps it minimal, clean and sophisticated in style. Take this effortless look while hop scotching from the airport to boardroom meetings.

10.Fit, Flare & Frills by Amit Aggarwal

Powerful silhouettes with out of the box fabrics and loud volume stand out like no other. If you are attending an elite party, this will bring out the diva in you.


Style Tip: If the silhouette makes a bold statement by itself, keep the look minimum either  with less or sans accessories. Less is more.





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