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Serpents-inspired range wows AIFW attendees

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Designer Felix Bandish impressed fashionistas with his handcrafted jewels inspired by serpents at the Amazon Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017 here on Sunday.

The collection titled Forbidden Fruit is an assortment of accessories in handcrafted nickel-free metal and fabric embroideries.

"I am very confident that by the next season, serpents are going to be all over the place. It is already in print so, I thought why not get it into the jewellery line," Bandish told reporters here.

"The medium is different. I used convex mirrors, recycled glasses... sustainable fashion. So, we used Swarovski, broken glasses and mirrors," he added.

Bandish had his models strutting down the ramp in statement neckpieces, exaggerated golden earrings and different kinds of headgear in golden.

Clad in simple yet bold shades of red and black gowns and dresses, the models donned an array of modern styled chokers and hair bands.

The five-day extravaganza will conclude on Sunday with the grand finale by ace designer JJ Valaya and Alpana-Neeraj.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Serpents-inspired range wows AIFW attendees

Designer Felix Bandish impressed fashionistas with his handcrafted jewels inspired by serpents at the Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017 here on Sunday.

Designer Felix Bandish impressed fashionistas with his handcrafted jewels inspired by serpents at the Amazon Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017 here on Sunday.

The collection titled Forbidden Fruit is an assortment of accessories in handcrafted nickel-free metal and fabric embroideries.

"I am very confident that by the next season, serpents are going to be all over the place. It is already in print so, I thought why not get it into the jewellery line," Bandish told reporters here.

"The medium is different. I used convex mirrors, recycled glasses... sustainable fashion. So, we used Swarovski, broken glasses and mirrors," he added.

Bandish had his models strutting down the ramp in statement neckpieces, exaggerated golden earrings and different kinds of headgear in golden.

Clad in simple yet bold shades of red and black gowns and dresses, the models donned an array of modern styled chokers and hair bands.

The five-day extravaganza will conclude on Sunday with the grand finale by ace designer JJ Valaya and Alpana-Neeraj.

--IANS

ks/nn/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Serpents-inspired range wows AIFW attendees

Designer Felix Bandish impressed fashionistas with his handcrafted jewels inspired by serpents at the Amazon Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017 here on Sunday.

The collection titled Forbidden Fruit is an assortment of accessories in handcrafted nickel-free metal and fabric embroideries.

"I am very confident that by the next season, serpents are going to be all over the place. It is already in print so, I thought why not get it into the jewellery line," Bandish told reporters here.

"The medium is different. I used convex mirrors, recycled glasses... sustainable fashion. So, we used Swarovski, broken glasses and mirrors," he added.

Bandish had his models strutting down the ramp in statement neckpieces, exaggerated golden earrings and different kinds of headgear in golden.

Clad in simple yet bold shades of red and black gowns and dresses, the models donned an array of modern styled chokers and hair bands.

The five-day extravaganza will conclude on Sunday with the grand finale by ace designer JJ Valaya and Alpana-Neeraj.

--IANS

ks/nn/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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