WLIFW: Samant Chauhan


Samant Chauhan’s collection was earthy with the color palette staying beige, brown or nude with a good measure of metallic silver-grey mixed in.

There were sheath dresses, tunics, skirts, tailored jackets, sequinned cardigans and narrow trousers. The silhouettes were for the most part sophisticated.

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WLIFW: Gayatri Khanna


Gayatri Khanna had a wide-ranging palette in her collection from browns, blacks, greys to indigo, plums, greens and beige.

She had a little bit of everything, velvet, metallics, prints, jewelled accents, structured clothes, loosely draped ones, cocktail dresses, shift dresses, trousers, jumpsuits and and the more ornate blouses!

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WLIFW: Nitin Bal Chauhan


Nitin Bal’s collection, ‘Waiting for yellow’ couldn’t have been more colorful! His ‘goth-meets-preppie princess-meets-Alice in psychedelia’ look is what defined the collection. Plaids, checks, neons, they were all there as were the accessories in terms of bags, hats etc. The clothes were structured and cheeky.

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WLIFW: Varun Sardana


Varun Sardana’s collection was called, ‘A Quaint Little Town’ in which the play on textures and origami’esque draping of clothes was apparent. While there were the expected charcoal hues, they were picked up by bursts of pinks, teals and blues! And there was the Fall favorite, purple.

There was plenty of shimmer and shine and many pieces with harlequin prints, perhaps as on ode to the preppy quaint little town?

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WLIFW: Lecoanet & Hemant


Lecoanet & Hemant’s collection started off with the expected color palette of subdued hues and charcoal tones and then burst into vivid oranges, canary yellows, iridescent blues and greens.

The jackets were embellished, the tops pleated, the dresses had a goddess drape, and, while pants were fitted, jackets were structured, the coats were voluminous.

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