Designer Rina Dhaka's love for Indian textiles continued at the ongoing Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week as she chose to showcase a collection that was the reminiscent of the 1990s with widespread usage of the fabric.
"My autumn winter 2013 collection delved into ancestral Indian textiles mixed with digital prints on the clothes," said Dhaka, who showcased her collection on the penultimate day of the five-day fashion extravaganza that started here Wednesday.
"The designs are very upfront, edgy and modern with the 90's vibe. The contemporary dresses with a puff organza sleeves is truly a reminiscent of the 90s," she added.
The ensembles featured straight shifts and drop waist silhouettes, A-line dresses with black as the reigning color along with blends of gray, maroon and white.
The fabrics varied from chiffons, georgettes, organzas with prints of monochrome paisley, red and yellow ikat, tweed and honeycomb.