Amazon India Fashion Week just concluded in New Delhi. The five-day fashion event included designs from 25 of India’s most acclaimed designers who wowed attendees with fashions featuring Western/Indian fusion. Highlighting ethnic beauty, the collections collectively showcased:
- Pablo Picasso-inspired dots on printed tops,
- pre-stitched saris,
- colorful ensembles with an emphasis on burnt orange and deep red,
- and a finale of dresses with draped fabric.
Although the fashion show took place miles away, that doesn’t mean women in the US can’t incorporate these trends into their own wardrobes, especially with Islamic clothing. Artizara has a soft Kina button-down top with dots. Made of 100% cotton, the item includes buttoned patch pockets and a rounded shirttail hemline. Blending the essence of the fashion show’s pre-stitched saris with the recent runway color trends is Artizara’s Ella floral embroidered long tunic inrusset. Delicate embroidery on the front and back yoke of this Muslim clothing item evoke Boho chic sophistication in a flattering feminine way. Like the show’s finale of rich-colored and long draped gowns, Artizara’s formal Muslim dress boasts a burgundy hue with matching scarf to drape down. The iridescent silk chiffon is hand pleated with asymmetrical panels and a layered cascade skirt that is longer in the back to form a train worthy of any red carpet or fashion runway. To see Artizara’s full line of clothing, visit Our Site.