The designer drew inspiration from the city of Udaipur - a place known as a resort destination not just for its inviting holiday fun appeal but also its rich history set in architecture as well as stories.
Expressing the battle between good and evil, the colour palette comprised shades of white, cream and black, giving the collection an elegant appeal.
The silhouettes for both men and women flaunted simple and clean constructions with soft asymmetric cuts for a fresh mix in luxurious fabrics such as Egyptian cotton, crepe, silk, satin and flat chiffon.
Amidst the jackets, dresses and tunics, a dress which stood out was the ravishing pillar dress, and the off shoulder mini with attached fingerless glove on one arm.
For men’s wear there was the double lapel Tuxedo in flat chiffon and trousers worn with a satin striped collar and cuff that caught the eye. Edgy and androgynous, Dhruv Kapoor’s new collection was a fantasy cocktail any diva and her date would love to own.