Wednesday, March 12, 2008

WLIFW: Namrata Joshipura

Namrata Joshipura's collection had a palette that was somber and smokey, the only hit of color coming from a stray piece here and there. This collection too saw a heavy use of metallics but in a form that was softer and more subtle. The silhouettes went from being easy and free-flowing to form-fitting and structured. An easy elegance and understated glam is what the designer seemed to have been attempting to translate onto her collection.











































































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1 comment:

Nepali said...

Plain and subtle use of colours, to show off the silhouettes of the garments.
It's a good attempt, but nothing unseen.