Saturday, 16 March 2013

Rajesh Pratap Singh A/W' 13 at Wills India Fashion Week

Rajesh Pratap Singh is truly the man of the moment. First of all he is the first ever Indian designer to be roped in by Woolmark, world’s leading wool textile organization to promote the merino wool in India (READ: the stakes were really high) and next his Autumn Winter’13 collection at the WIFW lived up to all expectations and beyond. The offering without any unwanted extras clearly focussed on creating pieces that perfectly fits into the concept of an ideal and pleasantly chilling Autumn Winter collection. 

Merino wool was at its stylish and versatile best in the form of tweeds, knits, plaids and herring-bones.  Structured jackets, waistcoats, coat dresses with asymmetrical hem, woolen skirts biker jackets and draped pants in a warm and solid colour palette of black, blue, burgundy, grey and brown flawlessly created the canvas of a nostalgic winter mood.

Clean cuts and sleek lines, patchwork, signature Ikat prints, geometric patterns, circular pockets and unconventional zip detailing were in harmony with the overall theme of the collection - and of course red piping added the required amount of pizzazz to the collection.

With this collection, the ace designer has established that the Autumn Winter’13 definitely belongs to him. I am already looking forward to beat the winter chill with Rajesh Pratap Singh and Woolmark. Are you?

(Photo Courtesy : Wills India Fashion Week & FDCI)

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