New Delhi, Oct 18 (UNI) Designer Priyadarshi Rao today presented her line of humble muls, reincarnated in sensual shapes and texture for the summer of 2009 on the fifth and last day of the Delhi Fashion Week here.
Her collection saw tunics moved into maxis and ecus into intense hues. The look was all about paring down and yet being indulgent.
Her designs showed by style seraphim included a range of skirts, coats, shirts and pants. Long layered A-line skirts in georgettes and silks teamed with crushed silk blouses and worn with ankle-length coats. The next line had a range of patchwork dresses with crinkled shirts and lightweight velvet tunics.
Delicate thread embroidery in floral patterns was used to embellish the skirts and dresses along with appliques.
The colour palette was bright and warm -- white, cream, beige and butterscotch.
The next line had a range of patchwork dresses, crinkled shirts and lightweight velvet tunics.
Rao largely showed women's wear, deviating just a few times to show a collection of suits for men in colours like beige, grey and white.
When Rao took the final bow on the ramp, she had a girl child with her, infusing an air of infancy and innocence to the spectacle.
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