A Grand Finale To Remember At Gauri & Nainika
The Bombay Times Fashion Week was full of some of the most talked about designers, including the designer duo of Gauri & Nainika. These designers’ Fall/Winter 2023 lineup was nothing less of a fashion parade featuring historical classics alongside some youthful and trendy patterns. All of the beautiful dresses were straight from a fairy tale.
The three-day fashion extravaganza of the Bombay Times Fashion Week was a major event for the Indian fashion market. The event fetched great popularity as it was full of some of the best designers and guests lined up in the front row.
The event’s designers were highly inspired by the Springfield blooms gaiety as light materials like cotton, georgette, draped jersey, muslin, and chiffon with some extras like tassels, silk-based motifs, beadwork, and pearls which carried the interpretations of macramé.
The Gauri & Nainika – Fall Winter 2023 collection was highly inspired by the impressionist art movement of the nineteenth century.
The collection for Winter 2023 reflects movement and captures the fleeting effects of light and shadow. Among the ensembles were beautifully printed blossoms and silk dresses with big pearls tucked in the rear net of the corset trousers and sheer florals.
All of the feminine corsets were designed to fit in with every woman’s fantasy wardrobe of dresses and placed in front of the ramp. The designers Gauri & Nainika are highly known for their pretty feminine floral gowns, and brands like Chanel, Valentino, Dior, and highly inspire their pieces.
They usually take their spin on these pieces to recreate younger and more fashionable shapes. The pieces are vibrant, and the fall collection features a strong representation of flora and wildlife with powerful brush strokes, making them an oil on canvas painting.
There was also the use of airy fabrics like tha lightweight tulle, which was used along the sculptural silk faille as this helps in giving the skirts a full reminiscent voluminous look of the degas’ ballerinas.
Some dresses appeared to be had been walked straight out of the book of 60s Dior coffee table looks. This collection has surely gotten a younger Indian equivalent of the 60s Dior collection.
Some of the main highlights were the forestry and structured fluted bodices, and then there are the brand’s favourite ruffles that are larger than life and 3D flowers, which were a great combination.
When they came together, all the unique elements created some beautiful feminine and powerful pieces. These pieces included carrot-fit pants, empire-cut middies, bell-shaped skirts, and amazing donor sets with flowing diaphanous tops. Combined with the newest and most notable shoes, these become the collection’s highlights.
This designer is due to do complete justice to the result with the dreamy dresses and all of their glamour. The Fall/Winter of 2023 was full of dramatic silhouettes and artistic prints. This collection also leaned towards empowered looks, which depicted powerful femininity, and it all blended in all of the elements of the spring-summer season. Overall the whole collection included great and comfortable pieces for the upcoming seasons.