Mumbai: Design and textile genius, Ujjawal Dubey with his label ‘Antar Agni’ stunned the audience once again with his spectacular and irresistible line of clothing at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015.
His collection had a through-the-looking-glass ebullience to it that astounded the onlookers as the models strode down the runway. Doing what he does best Ujjawal breathed fresh air into his collection by making it as raw and natural as it could get.
Sticking to a one colour palette and for visual ease interspersed with beige tones and stripes, the designer focused on black and ascertained the magic with a bucket load of patent surprises for his men’s and women’s wear range. The colour was selected so as to depict depth, silence and surrender to the dark of the night, which gave access to a wider horizon of elements. Keeping the construction sharp with draped silhouettes along with eye-catching stripes and prints, Ujjawal gave the collection a clear vision.
The contrast of light and weight was the core of the line, which was seen in the harmony of sharper cuts and skilfully draped silhouettes. The delicate yet strong contrast of the sheer tunic worn over a shiny leather pencil skirt and a tunic with strategically placed stripes paired with black pants with grey cuff detailing.
Ethereal and fierce, Ujjawal Dubey’s label ‘Antar-Agni’ presented a collection that was one of a kind, guaranteed to make both sexes exclusive and fashionably on point.