Her rooted desi-ness is injected with a dose of glamour; the shapes are sexier, the embellishments are bolder, the mood is stronger. Carrying on its tradition of ‘contemporary Indian high prêt’, this season, the house offers distinctive styles like sharara jumpsuits, choli-tanks, mini-kurtas, sadri-waistcoats andkanjari-vests – modern interpretations of traditional and historic costumes.
Nikasha will also introduce her version of the three-piece suit with a waist coat, a fitted shirt and a dhoti inspired skirt. Look out for deep backs with herringbone weaves, biased ruching and sharp tailoring to accentuate silhouettes and drawstrings just where they are the least expected.
The collection also includes see-through sheaths, hand-woven saris and Patiala pants in sensuous and rich fabrics like silk, organza, hand-woven tissue, Chanderi, brocade and velvet. The designs and fabrics are enhanced by luscious colours like Rani pink, Sindoori red, Emerald green and Midnight blue.
Accessories like batua-slings and nimbu-mirchi charms add the essential fun elements for an evening of dancing under the strobes, preferably with ghungroos on.
The latest line will be available at select stores in India, London, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Dubai.
About Nikasha: “A Contemporary fashion brand celebrating Indian craftsmanship”
Nikasha’s design ethos is a strong mix of the traditional with a global sophistication and an intuitive female wearability. Through an interplay of exuberant colours from the landscape of India, delicate archived embroideries, fabrics and vintage prints, NIKASHA has created a unique portfolio of both resort wear and bridal collections, which portray an eclectic style, accentuating Indian traditional craftsmanship with a modern twist.
Nikasha is also currently present at leading fashion boutiques across India such as Ogaan, Ensemble, Evoluzione, Carma, Elahe, Aura, Elan, Collage, Shray, Rudraksh, and at Nikasha Studio and Mythology in Singapore.