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  • Archana Kochhar’s ‘Eternal Sunshine’ Collection

    Published on April 28, 2011

    Ace couturier Archana Kochhar presents the ‘Eternal Sunshine’ collection, a soothing eye in the scorching heat and bright lights. The colour palette ranges from whites, bright pastels to aquamarines, ruby red’s and amethysts. Below a brief description on all…

    Whites:

    No summer wardrobe is complete with pristine regulars which perfectly suits the climate and Indian skin tones. This summer play up with detailing i.e. to inject some fun element in your whites, striking neons and bold saturated tones with pinch of shimmer and sequins magically translate the casual tunic into must have semi-formal outfit for summer gatherings and formal occasions.

    Honey Suckles:

    Popularly known as the hot pink, it is officially declared as the 2011 color of the year by the color maestro’s – PANTONE and we can easily accommodate this fearless bold hue in our Indian wardrobe in the form of interesting silhouettes like drapes, salwar suits and statement pants. Playing with Turquoise jewellery and gold finish adds the quintessential ‘desi’ touch.

    Crush on you:

    Add a element of wrinkle and texture in your festive wardrobe, play with the carefree spirit of yesteryears and add a young eclectic vibe to the new found modern Indian-ism. Be bold and move beyond the simple crush duppatta and go for wide legged Palazzo to make a head turning statement at any party you go.

    Yellow fever:

    Yellow still runs for a much needed brightness for a summer palette. Go for deep mustards or bright dirty taxi yellow, team it with contrasting blues and purples for the color blocking trend.

    Block building:

    Contrast is back with its saturated best. Go wild and team up your oranges, pinks and yellow with purple. This equation works best in Indian wardrobe as we have many different separates to play with like a salwar, duppata and churidar trio to blouse, border and pallav trio.