Rehane goes for a fruity make-over at WIFW 2011
New Delhi: Rehane’s show offered a great chemistry juxtaposing lacey mesh, and tulle on multi-colour stripes.
The silhouettes were more western, incorporating this season’s most lovable shift dresses, patched with floral mesh and tube dresses and tunics. The tunics with symmetric necklines were tucked in to the A-line short skirts.
Also a Red-Indian connection surfaced, teaming the bodies with short fringed boleros. Floral prints were evidently broken at places by multi-coloured stripes. The second layer which was in the form of thread work tulle provided a new thought-wave to the shapes.
The accessories played a vital role, drawing a lot of attention to them.
A major eye-catcher and a focal-point of the collection were the headgear, which brought out the most amazing life-like shapes, and genuinely made the heads turn. It incorporated fruit-like and flower-like structures placed neatly along with fringed bags in suede and nappa-leather which coordinated the whole look very well.