Trending in the Indian fashion news is the 'phygital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, spring-summer 2021' with The Chanakya/ DLF Emporio as the luxury partner. It is good to see that the pandemic has not dampened the spirits of the Indian fashion fraternity as the fashion week 2020-2021 go digital this year. The Indian fashion news witnesses how designers like Rajesh Pratap Singh showcases their avant-garde collection at the phygital fashion week 2020-2021. Let's unearth the collection details!
Rajesh Pratap Singh yet again was trending in the Indian fashion news as he opened the phygital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, spring-summer 2021 with his collection ‘Fall. ing. 2020’.
The other designers who showcased their collections on the first day of phygital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, spring-summer 2021 were Nitin Bal Chauhan, Vaishali S, Payal Jain, Namrata Joshipura, and DHI.
Rajesh Pratap Singh's latest collection at the phygital India fashion week 2020-2021 was named ‘Fall. ing. 2020.' The latest collection was a contemporary edit with bright pastel hues and intense use of hand block printing techniques. In the collection, his signature pintucks and classic whites also make an appearance. There was a line of oxygen cylinder dolls that represented his craftsmen (karigars) christened ‘O2 Baby’, part of the sale proceeds of which have been committed to a CSR Foundation for helping scattered and displaced craftsmen of India due to the outbreak of COVID-19. These would be available via both direct inquiries and the Instagram handle of the brand.
There is no denying that Rajesh Pratap Singh's garments have always outshined the passage of time. His collections are as relevant today as they were when created. This itself is Rajesh's philosophy in response to sustainable fashion.
The Indian fashion designer Rajesh Pratap Singh is known for his design innovation in the world of fashion. He hails from the royal state Rajasthan and has worked in the Italian fashion industry before introducing his line of men's and women's clothing in 1997. The designer, over the years, has created his unique signature style that subtly draws inspiration from his Indian roots to craft artisanal garments that stand apart.
Talking about the latest collection, Rajesh Pratap Singh stated- “Falling 2020 is a contemporary edit with bright pastel hues and extensive use of hand block printing techniques. The handloom, glass cotton proprietary weaves from our textile unit in Neemrana, and silk satins comprise the fabrics used in the collection.