Their look is more fusion, western cut and Indian work with a more international appeal. Say the designers, 'Everyday we get down to designing and finalizing the colour to cut and fabric that go into making of the garment. Working towards the international market has given us a vision of what lies ahead and only makes us want to create dreamlike fashion.'
Falguni and Shane Peacock's collection was meant for the woman who knows her mind. It was bold and in your face hot fashion showcased in saturated tones of blue, pink, orange, blue, black and nude. Fabrics used are sheer nets, crepes, satin, chiffons, georgettes and lots of silk plaids.
All of them are embroidered extremely intricately with bunches of flowers, encrusted with crystals and sequins, and enhanced further with giant beads of semi-precious stones. Trousers are the mainstay of the collection, with plenty of options in blouses- cowl necks, asymmetric tanks, shirts, corsets and jackets. Tunic dresses in floral prints, ponchos with massive bunches of leather fringes, ruffled skirts were also seen in the collection. Occasionally fur and feather boa trims also appeared on the necklines, enhancing the glamour.
The collection with a very bohemian look was a mix of the sensuous, fluid and glamorous with a lot of prints-which were in a mix of floral, animal prints with a hint of embroidery in fabrics like velvet, knit, chiffon, crushed silk, and georgettes. The look was ultra sexy.
Theme of the Collection was known as - Peacock Girl. The Peacock Girl exudes a vintage trait that blends international style and Indian tradition with folk passion infused with magnetism of myriad prints and jacquards -a very 70' s inspired romantic affair. The Autumn- Winter 2006 Collection finds a balance between modern yet vintage sophistication in tender structured nonchalant elegance. The collection is all about precious glamour in dazzling prints and enchanting plain patterns. A mix of exciting non-trivial colours styles harmonious to contrasting fabrics in a subtle but yet classic structured romantic winter rendezvous.
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