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Designer Rohit Bal recreates beauty of nature at ICW

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Guldastah by designer Rohit Bal
Guldastah by designer Rohit Bal
Fashion designer Rohit Bal ended the India Couture Week (ICW) 2018 by recreating the beauty of nature through different techniques. Using flowers of Kashmir, Bal's collection was dedicated entirely to the greatest treasures of the natural world. From embroidery to gold wire and zardozi, he reconstructed flowers in a realistic way with artistic designs.

His collection Guldastah was inspired by botanical paintings and works by some of the great masters of the renaissance period. He created a canvas of vibrant colours and artistic shapes bringing together different art forms. The fabrics used were organic, cotton silk blends, chanderis, silk organzas, silks and velvets, with floral prints on the traditional and contemporary silhouettes, a press release from organiser Fashion Design Council of India said.

With a deep understanding of the psyche of the fashion world, Bal's collection was well-studied, imaginative and completely innovative yet relevant and awe-inspiring. Guldastah was sensitive as well as ornate with an underlying sense of luxury interwoven in its many layers. It signified the Bal's interpretation of absolute beauty in its purest form. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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