Rich and versatile fabrics such as linen, pure silks and natural cottons graced the runway in timeless silhouettes of short dresses, tunics, jackets, trousers and tops with a structured flow that was both delicate and carefully accentuated.
For the men, however the designer duo created flamboyant and ‘out of the box’ suits with pop coloured piping and mosaic-like forms along the matte toned body. A suit which stood out had an almost experimental edge with structured blue gathers running down the spine area.
Shades such as poster blue, aqua, tangerine kissed red, violet and yellow the pieces were heavily worked upon using material such as textures in geometric, clean designs in thread along with 3D box quilting that kept it detailed and yet easy to wear.
Sexy and wild, bold and beautiful the collection --- by Riddhi and Siddhi Maxpencar under their label “MapxencaRs” captivated and dazzled all and was one that any fashion conscious individual will remember for years to come.
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