Doodlage | Lakmé Fashion Week A/W 2016
Anti-fits, layering and quirky prints seem to be the defining trends this season or so we've seen from the ongoing collections this season at LFW.
Doodlage, designed by Kriti Tula recently showcased her new collection titled Hopscotch, for the child within all of us.
Kriti Tula chose to go with upcycle this time, making garments out of fabrics and yarns like corn and banana fabrics discarded by garment manufacturers. The collection expressed quirk through block patchwork which was surprisingly subtle, thanks to the soft colour palette of beige, fawns and nudes. Though blacks and earthy tones of blue and red did make their presence felt strongly.
The common element across the entire range of solids, stripes, prints, and also a combination of them all, was the multi-layering that stayed consistent. Boxy jackets over tunics, shirt dresses over midis, crop tops over tunics. From an entire collection of easy-breezy silhouettes.