Mona-Pali’s ornamental rhapsody intricately placed over Indo-western shapes

Spicezee Bureau

New Delhi: Designer duo Mona-Pali created magic with their splendid ornamental line during this season of the Wills India Fashion Week. New Delhi saw some beautiful collection presented by the desionger duo. They presented a decorative ecstasy carefully intertwined over western and Indo-western shapes. They revitalized this Autumn-Winter to marvelous sensibilities. There’s a clear inspiration derived from the indigenous jewelry designs of India.

The yokes are highlighted in a removable manner with collars that are collars ornately embellished. It’s a celebration of traditional values with chic stylishness and complexity.

Their collection reflects a healthy mix of contemporary and traditional sensibilities

The collection comprised of classic silhouettes, jumpsuits, multi-paneled sarees, and blouses with extended embellished collars. The ornamented sleeves once again created a sense of balance, while cross-over dresses and kurtas were placed over ruched skirts.

The most prominent detailing had cord-ruching which was used as panels on the sleeves, on the side seams and the centre front.

Tussar silk, tissues, satins, chiffons, lycra and tulle were used brilliantly.

The palette included a mix of subtle greys, browns and beige, highlighted by wine, pink and blue.