Ka-Sha presents graphic collection 'Ramta' at Lakme Fashion Week digital
Sustainable womenswear brand Ka-Sha by Karishma Shahani Khan played with volume and graphic designs in its digital showcase for day one of Lakme Fashion Week’s first-ever virtual edition on Wednesday.
Day one of Lakme Fashion Week’s maiden virtual edition was named ‘Sustainable Fashion Day’ and the schedule featured brands with a range of sustainable production processes. Pune-based brand Ka-Sha made the bill as it has a zero-waste production approach and creates bold and quirky designs incorporating fabric scraps.
This season, Ka-sha’s collection was, “an interpretation of the ever-evolving human self,” according to the brand, Lakme Fashion Week shared on Facebook. “The pieces draw from the spirit that soars, and the wild heart that offers no apologies as it finds magic in the ordinary.”
Oversized silhouettes billowed as models twirled around and bold, graphic appliqués and stripes brought to mind the cubist art movement. Tassel trims added to the collection’s feeling of movement and notable silhouettes included long-line oversized jackets and full, circle skirts.
Models wore natural makeup and comfortable lace-up flats to highlight the wearable appeal of the collection. The line had a playful, yet refined aesthetic with polka dots adding a sense of fun and some darker-hued ensembles adding some classic elegance.
The collection launched on the brand’s e-commerce store straight from the virtual runway enabling shoppers to purchase their favourite pieces straight away. The brand has also recently begun selling vintage jewellery from its online store.
London College of Fashion graduate Karishma Shahani Khan launched Ka-Sha in 2011. The brand retails from its dedicated e-commerce store and multi-brand retail outlets.
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