The biggest fashion extravaganza in the country, WIFW kicked off with a burst of flowers on the runway. Day 1 witnessed a fresh whiff of spring in terms of colours, designs, patterns and fashion. Here’s a list of things we absolutely loved from day 1 of the event.
The day started with Pero by Aneeth Arora showcasing white flowy cottons, lace, chanderi and silk on a set that was inspired by flowers, seeds and garden greens.
Not so serious by Pallavi Mohan also presented an amalgamation of whites with sheer fabrics and embellishments.
Summers have always favoured prints and so was seen on the runway. Designer duo Hemant and Nandita brought Aztec back with a retro twist – the 70s fringe.
Geisha designs by designer duo Paras and Shalini displayed the usual florals for spring with a unique spin. Models decked in halo like head pieces donning maxis, pleats and separates presented a dreamy collection inspired by nostalgia.
Structures made for our favourite highlight of the day. Designer Atsu displayed an architectural representation of flowers for spring with meticulously structured garments in shades of pastels, gold and just the right pop of red.
The dynamic designer duo Alpana Neeraj put forth a collection inspired by Japanese flowers, Anime and Manga. Intricately structured pieces in shades of white, red and blush dominated their collection.