Indian designers are taking the globe by storm. At the recent Berlin Fashion Week, designers Aneeth Arora and Kallol Datta were selected by Lakme India Fashion Week to showcase Indian design. Both designers presented designs that took fairly avante garde takes on Indian fashion, with a strong focus on detail and silhouette. We love.
Aneeth Arora of péro, focused on local textiles and prints when creating her internationally appealing garments.
The winner of the Marie Claire Award for Eco Fashion in 2010 and the Young Creative Fashion Entrepreneur 2011 (British Council), this young designer showcased a collection of Indian textiles, bringing scarves, stoles and hats together with easy to wear separates for this collection.
Sticking to hues of grey, brown and blue, the collection is full of wearable pieces in a range of prints with checkered scarves repeatedly featured. With the pieces handmade, Aneeth Arora, has managed to take traditional Indian textiles to an international platform with her easy to wear collection for Autumn Winter 2012.
See our story on Kallol Datta’s presentation at Berlin Fashion Week here.
Story By: Deepti Chadalavada | Images: Getty Images