Discovering a romantic, sentimental journey of the 1920’s fashion, ‘Myoho’ by Kiran and Meghna introduced ‘Sandalwood’ a collection that left its trendy fragrance on the runway at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016.
Going retro with influences of ‘The Raj’ when flapper looks and Victorian Chic were popular in India, the label introduced desi elegance to centre stage.
Creating a melody of designs with handloom weaves and imported chiffon, the collection presented a distinctive style story. Saris looked terrific with sexy shirts and oversized circular ruffles, pleated edgings along with lots of tiers added the feminine flavour to the forefront. Using hand woven Moonga silk, Tussar and tissue Jamavar, the colours were choco tones influenced by the ageing snapshots of the past.
Romance was the key work of the collection with strappy gowns, tiered skirts with sheer covers, printed ruffled long tunics, sarees with uneven peplum covers and pleated outfits which appeared trendy with long jackets. Striking pink was obviously a lively addition on the colour card as flared tops with kurtas, long lean tube, a gold shot silk saree with kurta and the drop waist tiered gown carried formal wear to the front line.
Finally the brownish hues were seen for layered frilled sleeves for an eye-catching outfit, while kurtas sported tiered trails that gave a royal look to the simple outfit. The final panelled ruffled outfit was a perfect finish to a collection along with feminine retro touches that will please the trend setter.
The look was sophisticated, easy and utterly elegant as the ‘Sandalwood’ collection by Myoho left its mesmerising fragrance on the ramp.
Pastel pinks, lavenders and modest golds took over the catwalk as Myoho came on. Ethnic wear we are looking at for the next best friends sangeet, this collection was quite spectacular, especially in the range of colors and wearability factor.