Digvijay presents an utterly wearable & practical line for men

March 31, 2008 - India

Digvijay Singh created an interesting, utterly wearable and practical collection for men at the Lakme Fashion Week for Autumn/Winter 2008.

Titled Patina - his inspiration was the layers formed by corrosion on the surface of metals and minerals, so the shades of blue were evident for pants and shirts. The silhouette was comfortable and relaxed while the fabrics ranged from silk to cotton.

Interesting touches were the long tunic shirts in silk, the shirt kurtas in crisp white and the unstructured short jackets worn with kurtas and flat front churi trousers.

Digvijay brought in the collarless 4-button jacket as a stylish addition to the men's wear wardrobe, along with hooded long tunics in pastels, sleeveless bundi worn with satin kurta and a stylish waist coat with a satin hem worn over ethnic wear and shaded blue and cream pants.

At times the colours for the trousers were a little vibrant as green, orange, and blue mixed with cream, grey, black and dusty green.

It was the wearable quotient of the garments that will be a sure seller for Digvijay along with his blend of innovative cuts, silhouettes and mix of sheen and matte to give men's wear an unusual touch without it being too obvious.

Here was a young trendy men's wear line that Digvijay Singh scored with which will fly off the racks throughout the year.