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After a blinding shine and shimmery luxury of a initial few days, a calm regalia of couturier Rahul Mishra’s “Parizaad” was a steer for bling-blinded eyes. On Day 4 of Fashion Design Council of India’s India Couture Week (ICW) 2017 in Delhi, Mishra presented a womenswear collection that was understated, though did wonders on a magnificence scale.
Pastel shades such as glow pink, white and lavender shaped a bottom for many dresses, layered gowns, anarkalis and lehengas. To mangle a monotony, there was a lurch of mustard yellow and black. The thread embroidery, in neon shades of pink, blue, red and immature reminded us strongly of a chintz prints that were in practice in a Victorian ages. Mishra’s “Parizaad” had a roots in Islamic architecture, and a floral motifs and geometric elaboration was an paper to a tiled mosaics that were a tack of Byzantine buildings.
And while there was a noted restraint, Mishra was dauntless adequate to group 7 or 8 colours together in one outfit. The outcome was not differing though rather superb on a white base. In many outfits, not even an in. of fabric was left bare, with perplexing elaboration covering adult all accessible surface.
There was a slight spirit of a shimmer, though again it wasn’t overwhelming. While Mishra pronounced this collection was his many normal yet, one could see a complicated elements creeping in with a cold shoulder and garment blouses and propitious pants in silk interconnected with a flared hem kurta.