Dress by Aneeth Arora —- Whether be it in wool or in its warm and fuzzy cousins, Aneeth’s dresses are to die for. Though limited to a colour palette of red, blue and grey, her silhouettes held endless possibilities of winter layering.
Flatforms by Rimzim Dadu —-They may not suit the taste palettes of every fashion enthusiast but there is no denying the quirky appeal of the very versatile flatform. While it was mostly flat footwear that ruled the runway this season, flatforms added a dose of glam to the trend.
Leather jacket by Arjun Saluja — The leather jacket, over the years, has seen as many transformations as any other fashion garment. Arjun lent the humble jacket his own touch with interesting zip detailing and out-of-the-box silhouettes. A must-have for every rock chick out there.
Ikat pieces by Anita Dongre — Channeling timeless elegance and superb craftsmanship, Anita’s Ikat woven garments were clear winners. If you are a connoisseur of arts and crafts and have a finger on the fashion pulse, this is one investment you must make this season.
Draped piece by Tarun Tahiliani —- The seasoned designer creates drapes like no one else does. Tarun did an outstanding job of designing for the opening show of WIFW with every of his draped garment on our must-lust list. With classic Indian silhouettes peppered with a dash of contemporary, his draped creations will be a safe investment for your wardrobe.
Tap print saree by Masaba for Satya Paul —- Last year’s motley assembly of her signature prints (including the fan print) gave way to the ubiquitous tap this season. Those in love with quirky prints, look no further.
Vintage gown by Shantanu and Nikhil —- According to the designer duo, the several years spent living away from the Indian shores has helped them develop their signature style. No wonder that their exquisitely crafted patio-length gowns had plenty of Victorian elements woven into them along with a very vintage feel.
Tussar silk trench coat by Abraham and Thakore — Understated sophistication was the buzzword for the designer duo’s collection that saw the unique marriage of environment-friendly tussar silk with contemporary cuts and silhouettes. Perfect for the modern Indian woman on the go.
Blood splash print dress by Kallol Dutta —- And if opting for the edgy look is your style, Kallol’s designs served as an antithesis of everything that is beautiful when played by the book of rules.
Shift dress by Pankaj and Nidhi —– Known for perhaps doing the best shift dresses in the industry, Pankaj and Nidhi’s eye for detailing is unparalleled. Their garments exude a structured and a clean look with superb craftsmanship that deserves a round of applause.