"It is more about story telling. It is about imaginative character called Vanessa, who lived in the 1930s and 1940s and in our mind she was a British," Shantanu told reporters on Wednesday after their show on day one of the fashion week.

The choice of colours - dusty rose, off-white, red and chocolate, added romance to the range, which consisted of straight gowns, lehengas with contemporary blouse and also saris made of mostly raw silk and chiffon.

The menswear was a fresh take on kurtas.

"We tried to bring femininity in menswear so there was a lot of draped kurta. It brought softness to a man's look. It is about nawaz style," said Nikhil.


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