Using the beauty of Char Bagh's architecture and nature, the designer translated the same with bold graphic prints to reflect geometry on the garments.
The embroidery added to the beauty of the creations, while the colours matched the theme as blush pink and black were used extensively for the beautiful natural earthy fabrics that ranged from silk mul-mul to cotton and crepe.
The silhouettes were utterly feminine, highlighting the theme and bringing in the fashionable contrast of nature and architecture.
The Indo-west line started with a silk mul colour blocked gown and then moved into a black printed crepe one-sleeve long kurta with churidars.
The lehenga saris appeared with asymmetric hemline kurtas or with one sleeve cube printed blouses.
Graphics printed pants appeared with squared printed cropped tops; while balloon sleeves blouse was perfect for a fitted pencil skirt and leggings.
Dashes of gold were given to kurtas, embroidered sherwani blouse got teamed with Jodhpuri pants, a solitary jumpsuit had gold work to complete the inspiration of the collection.
The dramatic tiny black cutwork Koti added glamour to the kalidar kurta and the gold cutwork jacket when worn with an embroidered border tunic had a great fusion appeal.
The lavishly crafted Patiala salwars with the purple silk kalidar kurta completed a very stylish and wearable collection.
Haydon sashayed on the ramp in a blush lehenga, long sleeve choli and net dupatta.
--IBNS (Posted on 24-08-2013)