The latest fashion news in India is DHI led by Anjana Bhargav, and Ankita Bhargava Meattle showcased a trailblazing collection at Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week. The collection conceptualized during the pandemic of Covid-19 effortlessly took the trends in Indian fashion to a new level. Continue reading to unearth the specifications of the latest collection!
It is all over the latest fashion news that the collection "Mirror Me" was conceptualized during the pandemic of Covid-19. There is no denying that during the last few months, the world was struggling looking outwards for hope, but at DHI, the designers looked inwards towards self-introspection and self-love.
The Indian fashion trends rise to a new height with DHI's latest sustainable collection, which is a sum of emotions like self -introspection, determination, and a keen resolve to overcome the obstacles of tough times with a stoic attitude of hope and determination rolled together. "Mirror Me" is a beautiful amalgamation of all of these emotions, layers, and reflections.
Now that the world is working from home, the latest collection not only upgrades Indian fashion, it also comprises of separates that are conducive to working from home in relaxed and comfortable fits with crisp construction and attention to detail.
The latest fashion news states- "Mirror Me" resonates with a chic, sophisticated, relaxed mood of understated luxury. It smoothly cut edges yet is deceptive in its simplicity. All the garments are sustainable, made from soft organic cotton (Oeko-Tex standard 100), and hand-spun Khadi - the historic fabric of India's movement for independence that inspires self-reliance and self-motivation by itself. DHI cuts on the principles of zero wastage and the collection inspire responsible fashion and living.
Dhi means ‘a thought’ in the ancient Sanskrit language. Dhi, started by Anjana Bhargav and Ankita Bhargava Meattle, was a single thought of how to preserve Indian traditional workmanship, and keep them relevant in our ever-evolving world. It is a collaboration of designers, artists, artisans, entrepreneurs, and technologists.
Ankita Bhargava Meattle about the collection stated- "The collection is - easy to wear, easy to care, and easy to pair. It inspires introspection, self-love, the desire to look good yet feels comfortable throughout the day, where work and play now intermingle and go hand in hand."
Anjana Bhargav stated- "We are feeling extremely happy about the fact that we stood strong with our artisans and karigars throughout this pandemic. We also feel extremely relevant, for being a part of this digital movement that has created history in its momentum during these tough times."