Manish Arora Spring Summer 2018 collection
Manish Arora spring summer 2018 collection “Ready for Love” was a joyous riot of vintage-inspired psychedelic prints, elaborate embroideries, rich Indian brocades, sequined motifs and Middle Eastern references.The designer’s romantic message was sewn in sequins on a couple of looks, adding a touch of street into this maelstrom of candy-colored extravagance.
Rahul Mishra Spring Summer 2018 collection
“In your light I learn how to love.
In your beauty how to make poems.
You dance inside my chest where no one sees you, But sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art.” -Rumi
There is science. There is philosophy. And art. Then there is Light.
In the science of all things, visible light is the small part within the electromagnetic spectrum that human eyes are sensitive to and can detect, and the colours we see are the wavelengths that are reflected or transmitted. The ‘colour less’ light emits all the colours that the human eye can discover and find the beauty in. In the fast-paced technology controlled world, Rahul Mishra creates his Spring Summer 2018 collection that prisms through a spectrum of colours captured in the intrinsic details, hand stitched and made with the slowness of time that human eye can behold, and hands can painstakingly produce.
The SS18 collection delves into interventions that treats hand embroidery to blend seamlessly not restricting the fall and flow of the fabric and consists of finer details like ruffles, tie-ups, pleating, patchwork and playing the volumes with beautiful, eclectic checks and stripes, 3D embellishments to create a new pallet that combines jersey with linen, new age denim satin, cotton, silk blends to create the tailored outfits that can be used multiple ways as separates creating each wearers unique persona.