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Ramp and Around: All things Pretty at WIFW AW’14

Fashion weeks are usually the most glamorous and pretty times of the year. Stunning garments, beautiful faces, interesting accessories; it’s a huge world of all pretty things. This season Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2014 was also full of such prettiness. Blah and More reviews the Eye-popping stalls and galleries of Pragati Maidan and what we found ‘interesting’ during this galore of fashion.


 Wooden Embroidery Hoops: Creativity can make even a mundane thing look like a masterpiece. And we found the exact thing at Pallavi Jaipur’s Stall at WIFW. When Wooden Embroidery Hoops were used as photo frames and wall hangings, it was too creative to be ignored.


Quirk at its Best: While roaming around the stalls gallery, we found one stall that would attract your eyes no matter how much in a hurry are you. That stall was definitely MALAGA by Malini Agarwalla. If you’re a fan of quirk like us, you’d love the clutch bags, i-phone covers, i-pad sleeves, and even change pouches; this stall had everything fashionable with a hint of quirk.


Leather Love: If you’re a sucker of unusual yet classy fashion, you’d love Jyoti Kant’s creativity with leather. The stall gave an artistic feel and creative warmth with its leather accessories. All our votes go for the leather totes and clutches with interesting hems done in contrasting leather threads. These pieces are definitely a must-have for the contemporary gypsy fashionista, hidden in you.


Accessories Adore: No look is complete without proper accessories- this statement held more meaningful when we visited Isharya stall at WIFW this season. Everything from bracelets to chunky neckpieces and even i-pad sleeves; it spoke a different language of style all together. In all, we have maximum pieces from this stall on our ‘drool-worthy’ list.


Name Game: Where fashion oodles out in every form, could food have remained untouched? That’s what we saw at Bread and More. Now why it caught our attention is obvious; we have very similar names. But we also like the props it used for its Visual Merchandising. From the color Pink, to the garden cart, the lonely bicycle and even the bird cage; everything was just-so-stylish and apt for a place like WIFW. 

– Rashi Gaur


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