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Connect with nature , Rahul Mishra

Published: September 20, 2020
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Rahul Mishra’s collection for India Couture Week 2020 talks was all about connect with the environment

The concept of virtual fashion weeks started a few months ago, and Rahul Mishra was among the first few who challenged themselves to present in a new format for Paris Couture Week autumn/winter 2020 and after Two months later, as lockdown restrictions relaxed, Mishra was even able to shoot a lookbook with a small crew. The designer’s collection titled ‘The Lotus Pond’ is emblematic of larger questions around climate change. Mishra wants you to take a pause and reflect on self-sustaining ecosystems and imagine applying those principles to your life.
The lineup of lehengas and sherwanis were more of pared-down future for occasion wear in India. Interspersed with motifs of lotuses and dragonflies, there’s jaali work and architectural motifs.
He said ” When buildings were planned earlier, there was a lot of natural landscape surrounding man made construction. Now the balance is off. We grow nature in confined spaces in our homes. Human intervention needs to reduce”
He also added that “Certainly, brides now value craftsmanship over bling. New age brides are not trying to fit into these expectations that a bride should shine the most or look the heaviest, it’s more about finding clothing that matches your personality. Subtle beauty is appreciated and clients are getting more invested in understanding what goes into the making their clothes”

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