MARRAKESH BATIK – Moroccan princess BY INDI
FASHION, if you want to be the next Coco Chanel or Karl Lagerfeld then, When it comes to fashion it is all about thinking outside the box and let your creativity speaks for its self
INDI the Fashion Designer the signature label by fashion studio that strives to create wearable forward thinking fashion and is one of internationally well-known fashion designer.
INDI her namesake label has garnered national attention from other fashion designers, celebrities and the media for her impressive designs and mind-blowing creativity in bridals and gowns of all kind. Her strong attention to detail and practicality for the modern woman has made INDI a favourite among critics and her exclusive clientele. Having Covered Colombo Fashion week – Sri Lanka, fashion Week in London, I love Runway, Truman Brewery Exhibition, Alternative Fashion Week, all in UK, Asian fashion week and all the other part of Asian Continents.
The New collection MARRAKESH BATIK by INDI the fashion designer paired clean, urban styles with traditional batiks and designs inspired by ancient Srilankan History and 70’s silhouette, femineity and elegance. Keeping the hard/soft contrast as the signature of INDI, This collection consists of brass/ Metal pieces (Locally manufactured) as trims. With wonderful artisanal workmanship of local talent in Srilanka it also consists of a hereditary combination of batik, woodcraft and embroidery weavings designed by INDI. Prominent use of Polka dots of all shapes & sizes with Batik prints to create a sense of mystery, femininity appeal to the entire collection. In construction of the garments has plenty of sheerness with a good balance in keeping the femininity and the edginess. Also Glossy pure silks are adding the feel of ancient era.
Adding more details in to her creativity, designer kept her true likeness on the garment by adding Metal/Brass embellishments, Metal/Brass belts. Also Necklines with Metal/Brass collar pieces. Her collection colour palate based on Black, ivory, marine Blue & olive green to represent 70’s flavours inspired traditional srilankan designs. Main key focus and key elements on this designs are to give modern women 70-‘s silhouette with lots of drapes to show the side of srilankan custom, embroidered/ weaved dresses to bring out chic and elegance to show fresh new look with a touch of 70’s era. Skirts into uneven panels, Polka-dotted wraps, pencil skirts, crop tops and silk long dresses are also some other key pieces on Marrakesh batik collection to show modern silhouette.