It absolutely was therefore, wonder that Abhishek Gupta and Nandita Basu who were showcasing their spring-summer collection 2010, the designs were bold. With T's in oranges and browns, your message was clear - let's rebel. The floral jackets appeared to be a little too bold a move with the designers. Despite Indian men keeping pace with all the fashion, it'd take time for a macho man to generally be caught wearing one.
Contrary to Abhishek Gupta and Nandita Basu were Manoviraj Khosla's designs. Since he primarily tackles men's clothes, his designs were more formal. Nehru jackets, formal suits, T-shirts, waist coats formed a major portion of his collection. The jackets making use of their straight cuts were both chic and chic. Khosla also used variants of green, lilac, orange and blue, adding colour towards otherwise blacks and grays. The reason Khosla's designs special is they will be wearable. Wear them and wow the girls at a party.
The showstopper for his collection was Anil Kumble. The person sure learns how to wow those around him - whether on the field or away from the field. Wearing a black formal suit, Kumble walked the ramp similar to a pro. Walking down the ramp amidst clapping, Kumble exuded elegance and a carefree, spirited self-confidence of fashion and manner. Though folks are used to seeing Bollywood stars walk the ramp for designers, Dino Morea's appearance sure created that which was intended. Wearing a black or white formal suit, Morea took everyone with surprise. A few of the other designers who had showcased the work they do earlier (on day 1) were Rajvi Mohan, Himmat Singh and Aslam Khan.