Varun Bahl showcases Dream Nouveau collection at ICW day 5

Leading designer Varun Bahl displayed his Dream Nouveau collection on day 5 on the India Couture Week 2017 held in Taj Palace, New Delhi.


Fashion Design Council of India

Varun Bahl, known for his innovative design aesthetic took inspiration from the Art Nouveau period to create a series of vintage floral stories.
 
Through his designs, this couturier aims to enhance the feminine beauty of the modern woman who revisits her tradition for a combination of classic and contemporary styles with exquisite craftsmanship.
 
Inspired by Chezh Art Nouveau painter and artist Alphonse Mucha’s masterpieces—like the Le Pater (1889), The Seasons (1896), and The Flowers (1898)—the collection has traits of the artists’ traditional bohemian influence and neo-classical motifs. The range plays with curvilinear patterns, asymmetrical lines, and floral and plant motifs.
 
The colour palette is an eclectic mix of Varun’s signature ivory, pale pink, peach, burnt orange, pistachio, red, and old rose.
 
The collection offers an assortment of lehengas, jacket anarkalis, saris, and a mix of tailored couture pieces to choose from. Varun experiments with hand embroideries that play between voluminous, structured, and layered silhouettes. The magnificence of Art Nouveau motifs on fabric like silk, tulle, and georgette created a visual feast.

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