Seamless by Amit Aggarwal| Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017

Amit Aggarwal’s summer resort collection called, ‘Seamless’ exhibited at Lakme Fashion Week 2017 was designed by making use of upcycled, dumped industrial materials like bindi sheets, drinking straws, poly bags and sequin waste. Tamanna Bhatia and Kajal Aggarwal appeared sizzling hot in his outfits at the red carpet.

  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017
  • Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at LFW S/R 2017
    Amit Aggarwal at Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2017

Aggarwal’s creations involved an innovative use of non-traditional industrial materials.

“When we speak about being pro-environment, it is not only about going organic. There are plenty of by-products of technology and industries which can be integrated smartly into your design.”

The colors of the collection were that of conventional Patola like wine, rust, teal, olive, khaki, mustard and ink blue and comparable metallic tones as accents.

Fabrics included handwoven silk Chanderi, nylon mesh, tapestry and faux leather.

Surprisingly enough, the eco friendly collection was made out of restored Patola sarees. You need to check out the hairstyle which was also twisted in upcycled metallic wires. Such a mélange might appear mind-boggling and non-sensical.

Extreme, spectacular, and innovative best explain this medley of pleated medium skirts, voluminous cape jackets, trapeze jackets, flared gilets and wide leg pantalons layered over one another.

Amit Aggarwal has taken forward the heritage of Indian bridal couture with fresh techniques and silhouettes every season, inspired from a saree or lehenga to give their audiences fresh choices to wear various wedding occasions.

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