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Yet another year is past us. Spring/Summer ’16 will soon be here. What are the trends to watch out for? Will it be back to the glorious 70s with fluffy sleeves and ruffles or will we see both engineered garments and flouncy silhouettes, from bright oranges to muted beiges? HIRAL OZA spoke to some fashion designers to know what will be…

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Archana Kocchar: For men bandhgala jodhpuri, bandi jackets teamed with denims and kurtas will be trending. Keyhole anarkalis, saree gowns with peplums, and asymmetrical capes with lehengacholis will be in style for women.

Bhaavya Bhatnagar: SS16 is a more defined co-existence of structure and fluidity; well constructed garments with draped panels/ details, relaxed silhouettes.

Dhruv & Pallavi: A lot of asymmetrical with layering would be in. Different fabrics in textures, colours and prints would be coordinated to make an ensemble for women.

Hemant & Nandita: Loose A-line jumpsuits, semifitted short and sharp dresses, long straight fit sleeveless jackets with loose shirt dresses are some of the styles we are going gaga over this summer. Loose A-line pants or dresses paired with wide belts will mark the return of the retro era.


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