Isha Kedia – Deepak Goswami and Sourabh Kant Shrivastava Showed Trendy Fashion and Accessories at Usha Talent Box During Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012
Isha Kedia and Deepak Goswami Added their Creativity for an Innovative Look at Usha Talent Box
Mumbai, Tuesday, August 07, 2012: Designer duo, Isha Kedia and Deepak Goswami’s label ‘Klitche’ presented ‘Paper Planes’ their debut collection which focused on the beauty and clear form of folded, shaped paper.
The colour palette of the range comprised shades of red, blue, black and beige; which were kept minimal for strong silhouettes to take centre stage.
Using traditional winter fabrics such as felt, there were softer cottons, and silks along with suiting materials, which gave the collection its fresh, strong and feminine appeal.
The range showcased dresses, tunics, coats and jackets which flaunted carefully constructed forms and also sported fabric textured designs in abstract geometric shapes.
Using no embellishments, the collection also had statement pieces which displayed 3D accentuations with interesting cut outs, large structured flares as well as 3D protruding patterns.
A piece that outshone the others was a plain coloured jacket which sported unique cut out fabric sleeves.
To keep the look of this collection fresh, Lakmé salon experts worked with Mickey Mouse ear shaped hair buns, sleek eyeliner and bright lips.
Edgy, unique and eye catching this collection from Isha Kedia and Deepak Goswami was perfect for a fashionista who demands attention.
Sourabh Kant Shrivastava Presented a Great Line of Accessories for the Coming Season at Usha Talent Box
Accessory designer Sourabh Kant Shrivastava’s collection titled “Diplomatic Hunter” strived to be a mix between elegance coupled with an edgy metallic appeal.
With a concept involving the harshness of metallic bullets as well as the soft form of Victorian damask, the range comprised cuffs, bangles, necklaces, chokers, shoulder pads, earrings as well as large statement pieces such as head gear and embellished scarves.
The collection flaunted large stunning pieces, with brilliant gleaming stones, Swarovski crystals, leather, and acrylic in gold or black along with bursts of blood red and auburn to add variation. Victorian designs as well as long tassels in black added a timeless and classy appeal.
To balance out the feminine designs, the collection also showcased unique pieces graced by clock-work wheels, bullets and shotgun/pistol motifs.
The designer, Sourabh Kant Shrivastava worked with flowing asymmetrical forms as well as loop ring designs, incorporating smaller stones for a softer yet bold look. For an avant garde appeal, a few pieces also sported giant machine wheels.
Adding to the surreal appeal of this range, the Lakmé style experts worked with double buns, thick cat eye makeup and red lips.
Futuristic and tribal, this collection by Sourabh Kant Shrivastava was one that set the ramp on fire.