Monday, March 8, 2010

India:Purvi Doshi’s Kahchindo collection makes colourful impact


Bringing together a mix of culture and craft Purvi Doshi’s geometric collection titled “Kahchindo” the Gujarati for Chameleon, was an innovative concept as the garments changed their shapes and colours like the chameleon. Using two rectangular fabrics tied with a string, Purvi had created several garment options as drapes played with colours and shapes and the reverse of garments turned into something exciting.

Adding a touch of Indian embellishments with geometrics, Purvi’s colours ranged from yellow and white to rust and red adding an ethnic touch to the ensembles. Drawstrings played the main role in the collection as they rouched the sides, shoulders and hems of the garments and also acted as dangling embellishments on the different parts of the creations.

The Kahchindo collection by Purvi Doshi gave several options to the fashion follower and the most wonderful part was that they were from single garments. 

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