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Siddartha Tytler showcases 'The Queen of the Damned' at WIFW – Day 4
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Mar '09
Siddartha Tytler presented his debut collection in year 2006 and since then there has been no looking back.

His collection of the day 'The Queen of the Damned' presented a wide range of feminine dresses. The show began with a dramatic effect with a model entering the ramp through a mystical gate in a pleated balloon jacket and skirt ensemble.

Tytler showcased a good mix of tunics, dresses, evening gowns and tops with skirts, leggings, pants and hooded jackets meant for casual clothing, to clubwear, to cocktail dresses.

He used colours ranging from black, grey and white, with a hint of silver. The right glamour was added through an exciting use of sequin sheeting, intricate motifs on silks, satins and fine quality Irish crepes.

The collection fashioned an amazing impact on the audience with a combination of basic and trendy silhouettes with the right amount of detailing. The collection also included tops, skirts and dresses in sequin sheeting fabric. The back of the dress were highlighted through equally interesting sequin work.

The show ended with a model walking the ramp in a long tiered dress with a jacket and an extravagant headgear.

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