The designer launched his ready-to-wear and denim line, inspired by the Ozora Music Festival held in Goa and the nostalgia of the 1970s' flavour.

Opening the show with the distressed ripped, random and washed techniques, Agarvwal moved to vintage embellished denim. Presenting denim's three avatars, he brought in 'Colour Strokes', that highlighted seams and hand-painted garments along with an abstract worn-out look.

This was followed by the 'Mother of Hippies Distressed Slashed' treatment where desizing, enzyme and softeners worked wonders for the handcrafted techniques. Finally 'Art Nouveau' was coated indigo denim, bleached and sprayed for a worn and faded effect.

The denim line was shown perfectly on asymmetric shirt style minis with shredded extended tails, deconstructed jackets, micro dresses with studded pencil skirts, mini belted trench coats; corseted jumpsuits and fringed denim bell-bottoms.

The colours varied from indigo, pristine white denim, sunshine yellow, saffron and tangerine.

Usage of glitters with gold belts, collars and cuffs gave the collection perfect style.

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