LFW: Kaabia and Sasha present chic jewellery

Mumbai, Mar 26 : Presenting a fusion of contemporary and rich craftsmanship, designers Kaabia and Sasha Grewal had two themes from their "Outhouse" label at Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer/Resort 2013 here on Tuesday. The collection called "The Retro Kinetic" had the heirloom line, which was ideal with all garments, revealing beautiful designs and styles.

The second theme revealed outre High Street pieces that were a bold mix of gold and daring metals featuring spikes, skulls, lions and Art Deco motifs in a variety of colours.

This season the duo has experimented with light neons and pastels in a variety of organic and geometric forms inspired by nature. The designing sisters also revealed some fascinating influences that were a reflection of exotic web patterns.

Adding pendants to belts, bringing in thick stands for the neck, making the armlets, cuffs, very decorative and designing innovative shoulder dusters and danglers for the ears; the designers ensured that the pieces make great fashion statements.

The lipstick pendants, tassels on bracelets or chains, two brooches with connecting chains and the triple-belt-cum-necklace with beaded strands and matching earrings was the final piece-de-resistance of the collection.

--IBNS (Posted on 26-03-2013)

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