‘Alhada‘ which when defined portrays a beautiful image of a riddle wrapped in enigma, someone who individuates themselves but yet are eccentric. It’s a translation of rebellious opposition against biased categorization and mysterious orient.
Through this line up the designer – ‘Anushka Arya’ longed to bring together resolute efforts of people suffering from schizophrenia to find an association in surrounding and the norm by adding to the classic, old eyed silhouettes; unparalleled elements of fabric manipulation.
LOOK 1 : TANGERINE CRUSH
A quirky dress with uneven and edgy hemlines along with additional structured cuffs which gives you a sense of grip that you can possibly have in your work space. Clubbed with which is a power, full- length, one side embroidered blazer. If you’re a little experimental and a fashionable boss lady, you are ready to work this satin-collar blazer look.
Look 2 – BLOCK SURGE
The vibe of this garment forces you to find the lost connection from which you withdrew. The shawl collar power suit has drawn thread embroidery in which the designer has created her own fabric by removing the warps and wefts as a representation of how people suffering from schizophrenia draw themselves out of the society.
This look is definitely for you if you see yourself as a dominant woman who wants to brings about change and help others suffering from mental health issues.
Look 3: PLUM TOUCH
A simple, ready to put on, half sleeves dress with raw, creative hemline and a panel of burnt-fabric embroidery clubbed with one collar down blazer only for you to rock the fashion statement and be the formal girlboss you are.
LOOK 4: PHOTONIC LUST
Panneled, achromatic dress with a circular edge fabric finish to the full length sleeves to put on along with full length drawn thread embroidered blazer on the front and burnt fabric embroidery at the back.
If your business needs a confident, power pack ready, you have to have this outfit in your closet.
‘Quirky formal’ is how I would describe her collection to be. She said, ‘It describes me as a person and helps me connect the theme to a part of my personality’
Swati Sharma, an Architect herself forges forward her equal inclination into design through her perspect into fashion and architecture. While pursing Architecture she ventured into digital marketing and curating personalized content for brand promotions. She says."Studying Architecture gives me a better understanding of all the creative aspects about designing and building sustainable attires. It gave me a better perspective of relating to space values, textures and colour play which helps interpret fashion easily. I believe If you are a creative person your creativity cannot be derailed. If it exists in you it has to spread in all the other aspects of your life too. Listening to the creative head inside me I realised Architecture and Fashion are two basic attires needed for human’s survival. Since then Archattire pledges to serve both."