Emraan Rajput’s denimology was just the understated collection that was needed to break from all that color. Using denim as the fabric of choice, Rajput’s collection was simple, clean and well put togther.With a range of menswear and a few womenswear, Rajput’s take on denim showed his evolution through his hardwork. The presentation was neat and thus let the clothes shine through a simply done show.
Using shades of light and dark denim, mr. Rajput stayed away from the washes. Limiting himself was probably a good decision in terms of fabric, since it allowed the designer to push the envelope. What resulted in was a range of silhouettes for menswear and womenswear. Accented by black embroidery there were blazers, trousers, shorts, kurtas, abas, churidaars, dropcrotch shalwars for men ( i NEED to know how much is it retailing for LOVED IT) , short kurtis, button down dresses, bandhgalas, waistcoats and sherwanis and they even produced a version of gharara all in denim. Loved the fact that event he shoes were in cohesion and made from denim however felt a bit too matchy matchy. However my only gripe was the overload of embroideries and especially those at the crotch! Really thats like cardinal sin for a designer who is putting up a neat show to make such a statement.
My picks were the drop crotch shalwar, the churidaar, the knee length pants (perfect for summers), the romper (though I wished for a better fitting) and the button down dress
*Images Courtesy Kashif Rashid