Rohit Bal closes ICW 2018 with 'Guldastah' collection

Leading designer Rohit Bal brought the curtains down on the 11th edition of the India Couture Week with the showcase of his collection titled Guldastah, a bouquet of florals.

Rohit Bal closes ICW 18 with Guldastah collection - India Couture Week

For the Guldastah collection, Rohit has used flowers of Kashmir as an ode and dedication to the greatest treasures of the natural world. The collection was inspired by botanical paintings and works by some of the great masters of the Renaissance period.
“Guldastah is very close to my heart and I have used flowers of Kashmir like Sunflowers; Poppies, Tulips, and Peonies. This collection is both sensitive and ornate with an underlying sense of luxury interwoven in its many layers. It’s an interpretation of absolute beauty in its purest form,” he said in a statement.
To make the collection look realistic and natural, Rohit created these flowers in a very artistic and imaginative technique like thread embroidery, gold wire, and zardozi.
The designer used organic fabrics like cotton silk blends, chanderis, silk organzas, silks and velvets. The collection included lehengas, anarkalis, jackets, gowns and sarees.
The five-day fashion event was organised by the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) in collaboration with Hindustan Times and Sunil Sethi Design Alliance.

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