Blending the beauty of kitschy silhouettes with digital and block prints, Karishma presented a collection highlighted by the striking quality of unfinished forms of fine arts.
Working around a colour story of earthy shades with some exotic bright tones, she added fluid forms to present an interesting line of stylish women’s wear.
Draped and flowing, the outfits in varying lengths created an impact on the catwalk.
The collection titled “And I still Haven’t Found” revealed some interesting printed, layered, draped togas, textured tunics, a stylish tasselled knitted skirt with tube, a one-shoulder surface ornamented creation and a strappy rouched tunic.
The cleverly put together kitschy line, worked well and will give trendy dressers a stylish option.
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