Yes, yes, yes, this is a bit late in coming but better late then never, no? ;)
Didier Lecoanet and Hemant Sagar presented a collection titled ‘Green’ during Lakme Fashion Week, which focussed on ethical fashion, and used fabrics like cotton, handloom silk and poplin in a color palette that was mostly dominated by rusts, greens, creams, beiges and black.
The collection was extensive… an almost exhausting range of bleached denims, jackets, trousers, skirts and shifts, not to mention menswear as well. But we couldn’t help but feel it was a tad repetitive and uninspired. There’s only that many shifts that can excite you. After a point it was a blur of clothes walking by. The womenswear part of the collection seemed all over the place and not too cohesive despite it’s binding “organic” theme.
I’d be remiss though if I didn’t mention the menswear part of the collection. There were some standout pieces that looked really promising.
Lecoanet And Hemant, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010
Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani