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Sanjay emphasizes colour blocking & vibrant prints at LFW
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Mar '13
Colour, cuts and construction came alive on the ramp in Sanjay Hingu’s men’s wear collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2013. Bringing together various aspects of different shades, Sanjay emphasized colour blocking and vibrant prints, turning them into the mainstay of his line.

Working with his favourite strong masculine fabrics like cotton and linen along with terry wool; Sanjay had shades of neutral beige, eye catching maroon, corporate grey and even striking pink to create an innovative men’s wear look for the coming season. The silhouettes were sharp and edgy while cuts stayed true to the European genre.

The dusty grey jacket with machined detailing and red piping, mauve/grey colour blocked blouson and the double breast short jacket with zippered pocket were stylish fashion directions. Piping was the most important detailing in the collection as it appeared for collars, lapels, hemlines and pockets. 

Patches of colour either contrast or tonal were added to suits, hoodies and biker jackets which gave a dramatic but masculine look and made an arresting impact on the ramp.

The silhouette was fitted for trousers, while short jackets had two-button closures and narrow notched lapels. Discreet shimmer came in the form of satin for collars, edging and at times as horizontal stripes for jackets.

For men who want to make a personal style statement with their sartorial choice then Sanjay Hingu had the perfect options.

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