Menswear at AIFWSS17

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One of the most underrated markets at these fashion weeks are the menswear, thankfully, we did manage to have quite a few shows during the fashion week but there have to more with regards to that,

Keeping it simple and clean, what stood out in Druv Vaish were his fun prints especially the multi color horizontal lines. Furthermore I loved the diagonal lines within looks with the cross over pants (which were an absolute fav) and the diagonal zipped up shirt. Controlled with use of print, he made sure his silhouette shines through.


With lacy textural fabric, Pawan Sachdeva gave us a number of bomber jacket options. What he lacked in silhouette, he made up his textures and prints. While his variety of bomber jackets was commendable and having an over enthusiastic actor as a showstopper, does not hide the fact that I wished he had presented an array of silhouettes


Pastel, suited lines and plaid were the order of the day for Sahil Aneja who’s layered collection was for that chic urban guy who takes just the right amount of conservative risks inspiring you to push boundaries just a little more – a good and relaxed collection


Siddharth Tyler’s collection left me a bit confused as to what he showed. While his floral pieces showed immense promise and with men in botanical printed suits and sherwanis were so exciting ensembles but then things took turn towards evening wear with metallic and pastels and I was like WTF just happened – not too bad but it was the floral one that got me more excited.

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