DHRUV SINGH - DESIGNS INSPIRED BY DANCE
Dhruv Singh – a young graduate of NIFT, (National Institute of Fashion Technology) wows us with his collection consisting of earthy-palletted fabrics, voluminous ghagras and sleeved bodices. The look of the collection is modelled on the periodic costume of 19th Century India’s ‘Nautch Girls’.
The collection gives us a real sense of having stepped back in time; yet, the way the models have been styled show us that these character-filled costumes are easily wearable for the modern 21st Century woman. Thumbs up for the rustic jewellery, flower hair accessories and the choice of models. These models are bringing it!
Oh, and wicked location choice, poses (check out the ‘power pose’ shot in the first picture), and the overall ‘aged’ look on the images, too. This campaign is truly a visual treat. Cheers Dhruv!
For more stunning images, head over to Dhruv’s facebook page.
~ Sukhman ~
Picture source: Pinterest
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