Friday 27, Nov 2020, Delhi (India)
Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week is one of the most awaited fashion events by Indian fashion designers. This year this wait went a long way due to the pandemic situation. All the fashion shows and events have been hit hard due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The fashion industry is trying its best to adapt to the new normal and taking the events to the online platform. The Fashion Design Council Of India organized the first-ever phygital avatar of Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week, Spring-Summer 2021. Several Indian fashion designers participated in the event. Varun Bahl was one of the Indian fashion designers to participate in the fashion week, and he elegantly showcased his latest collection- Bloom- Demi Couture'20. Read further to unveil the details about- Bloom- Demi Couture'20 by the Indian designer who always set new dressing sense bars.
'Bloom' is an homage to the untethered, limitless, and beautiful power of nature. The collection is a tribute to the power of the environment. His latest collection is dedicated to nature and takes inspiration from different shapes and motifs that are found in nature.
Colors included in Varun's color palette for 'Bloom' are black, red, pink, bottle green, dusty pink, and ivory. This signature color palette of Varun Bahl always makes him ace among other Indian fashion designers. Bloom represents the balance found in nature itself by balancing between colors and articulations with delicate fabrics. The collection brings a variety of silhouettes to life like capes, tulip pants, waistcoats, and flared trousers in pure silk organza and satin.
The collection 'Bloom' takes inspiration from nature and includes 3D floral embroidery, sequin detailing, bugle beads, ruffles, and pleats. The 3D flowers are intricately handcrafted and add a sense of drama to the collection. The designs beautifully reinterpret the order found within the chaos in nature.
Varun Bahl is an Indian designer who has always been upgrading the dressing sense trends. Varun is known for celebrating the heritage of Indian embroidery with a touch of contemporary style. His apparels range from traditional sarees and lehengas to contemporary clothes like trousers, tunics, jackets, and dresses. His avant-garde style of keeping the fabric light and not overloading them with heavy embellishments is appreciable. Not only in his latest collection- 'Bloom' but the designer experiments with different floral motifs even in his ready to wear collection. His signature touch and bespoke creativity are all that make his designs unique and outstanding.