Calling the garments, “India Lives Here”, Shubham’s line highlighted the earthy lifestyle of the rural hardworking Indians who are the true spirit of the country.
With a colour palette moving from rustic brown to earthy grey, beige, black and white; the silhouettes revealed a stylish Indo-western story that revolved around Khadi - the Fabric of Freedom and cotton.
Touches of Indian traditions gave the fusion creations a unique feel, while the innovative fabrics made a rustic stylish impact on the audience with their intricate detailing.
The highlights were the collared sleeveless top with a flared pleated trouser, the grey anarkali dress, the one piece knotted dress, and the cape with an intricate flare.
The full circular cape with self pulled threads and the half jacket for the male model showed the designer’s experiments with construction and style. Here was rustic styling with the right doses of modern flare to appeal to the fashion trend setters.