Shot on the gilded 18th-century State Central Library in Mumbai which is flanked via pristine white pillars and staircase was once emblematic of clothier Kunal Rawal’s neo-vintage couture assortment. The gathering titled, Conceal & Search showcased on the India Couture Week organised via the Style Design Council of India in affiliation with Hindustan Occasions noticed all kinds of colors reminiscent of olive vegetables, deep marsala, whites, pinks and pastels that have been accentuated with gold and oxidised silver for that understated bling glance.
Maintaining with the existing instances the place re-wearing clothes, seasonless type and undying fuss-free items are reigning the trend radar, Rawal’s assortment noticed the fad aping with shirts teamed with bandhgalas, blazers layered over kurtas, and cropped embroidered jackets over dhotis and kurtas. On the other hand, he caught to his aesthetics of fellows in monotone seems. What took the gathering a notch up, was once the intricate, refined embroidery reminiscent of French knots- his signature taste.
Additionally, bridging the space between the buyer and menswear marketplace this is generally squished and has minimum choices, there was once one thing for everybody right here. With particular consideration paid to detailing reminiscent of buttons at the shirts, bandhgalas and sherwanis.