With his newest assortment “50 Shades of Happiness”, designer Suneet Varma says he has tried to spotlight the necessity of staying mentally match and concentrate on joyous moments in life.
The couturier introduced his girls’s put on assortment on Friday on the ongoing FDCI X Lakme Fashion Week ‘phygital’ version.
The vary, impressed by the picturesque Valley of Flowers National Park in Uttarakhand, included sarees, ensemble items and lehenga choli clothes adorned with the fragile placement of gildings and embroideries.
The color palette was a mixture of shades of purple, pink, yellow, inexperienced and blue.
“’50 Shades of Happiness’ actually symbolise the significance of staying mentally match, alert, with the ability to take care of calamities and popping out of it feeling joy- it may be by means of color, artwork, music – it may be something that offers you a sure satisfaction and happiness.
“The collection offers a lot of colours – which is very unusual for my collections. It offers a lot of beautiful light silhouettes and very happy tonal embroideries,” the Delhi-based designer advised PTI.
Coming out of a pandemic, Varma mentioned it was vital for him to centre his inventive energies on the constructive elements of life.
“It became imperative and important that we find joys in almost anything. So, I call it ’50 Shades of Happiness’ – look for happiness in smaller things and whatever will make your day more joyful and happy,” the designer mentioned.
Varma added that he has labored extra diligently, tougher, and with extra satisfaction within the final one yr.
“We did the fashion week last season, and we are doing fashion week this season. Also, we have done a couture week – we have never done these many shows and collections ever through a year – so I feel you can sit back and wait for the tide to turn or you just literally swim to the shore yourself.”
The couturier mentioned the pandemic has modified the best way trade features as designers have now turn out to be extra “environmentally friendly” .
“We are not doing a lot of chemical dyes – we are looking at more handmade, more handloom fabrics, more vegetable dyes, looking at beautiful tie-dyes from Jodhpur.”
He believes the designers have realised that it’s okay to create an up-to-date capsule assortment fairly than going for a bigger vary.
“We are also looking at doing lesser. I don’t think it’s important to make very large collections and have a very large offering.”
The FDCI X Lakme Fashion Week, a mix of digital and on-ground occasions, will conclude on Sunday.