The Indian fashion designers who made their mark at the recently-concluded Phygital Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week also included Ashish N Soni. The Delhi-based designer portrayed his sartorial vision beyond color in the latest collection and enhanced the fashion trends 2020. There is no denying that the veteran effortlessly upgraded the dressing sense expectations of Indian consumers with his latest collection. As all the fashion fanatics are aware, Ashish N Soni is known for his faultless cuts in menswear. Although, what is lesser-known is the fact that the veteran has a touch of global dressing sense as he grew up in Africa. As the designer spend some of his good days in Africa, he decided to enlighten on the recent topic of racial tensions through his latest collection. His collection "Beyond Color" throws light on the heightened racial tensions in the US this year and allegations of brutality against the Black American community. Keep scrolling to unearth the specifications of the collection!
The veteran Ashish N Soni believes that one's surroundings hold the strength to bring forward and nourish the development of one's aesthetics, but, in the fashion world, aesthetics are only brought to distinction and maturity by an individual's passion. The label Ashish N Soni with this sentiment- laid its foundation in the year 1992 and set out on this trailblazing journey of over a quarter of a century.
The designers remained true to his dressing sense and portrayed the collection that had the finest cuts, silhouettes, innovative treatments, versatile fabrics, unusual textures, and all amalgamated beautifully with an underlying simplicity.
The best part about Ashish N Soni collection is that it is global and mostly celebrated by freshness, flawless lines, clean cuts, and an apt finish.
Like always for this collection also Ashish's primary focus was to bring together immaculate tailoring and attention to every design detail on pure good design. The balance between innovation, mind and eye, skill, and sense of drama aptly translated into timeless and avant-garde garments from the label.
The label showcased his collection ‘Beyond Colour,' taking inspiration from Ashish N Soni's formative years. The work portrayed an abundance of black, tailored silhouettes, asymmetrical tunics topped with structured suits, and small punctuations of streetwear. Soni’s film upgraded the fashion trends 2020 as it had a background score that included protest voices and displayed a diversity of body types.