Black is the Face of New Fashion Trends in India
Indian fashion is undergoing a sea change. It is no more soft and shy. It is no more struggling to look bold. The women of Indian including Bollywood actresses and urbane brides are embracing new fashion trends 2015 to create style statements far from the bars of conventionality. Black is their new “My Choice”; the choice of eloquence over diffidence.
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif’s debut appearance in the 68th Cannes Film Festival made a bold statement. She walked the red carpet, wearing a netted black gown accessorized with diamond jewellery. Black ruled the fashion front of the Cannes Film Festival 2015, on the opening day.
Recently, fashion designer Masaba Gupta redefined the way Indian women dress themselves for the engagement or ring exchange ceremony. She wore a shoulderless, full-sleeve black blouse paired with a creamy white long skirt flared like lehenga. Masaba Gupta’s engagement outfit was a contrast to the traditional fashion of conventional colors such as pink, magenta, purple, pearl white, etc.
Tabu made a stunning appearance in a black gown with glittering overtones, at the 60th Filmfare Awards Function. Dressed in black from top to toe, she resembled the Black Lady, the much coveted trophy that is awarded to winners in different categories. Black is evolving in pace with the latest fashion trends.
Not only Indian women but also their male counterparts are picking up new fashion trends 2015 to stay in the competition. Bollywood actor Ritesh Deshmukh walked the ramp of Lakme India Fashion Week 2015 as showstopper in a black kurta with regal overcoat for ace designer Raghavendra Rathore. The black kurta was precisely paired with a silver-shaded overcoat with round-collar neck and accessorized with a pair of boots.
Even, Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone was seen wearing a black outfit in the “My Choice” video of women empowerment, directed by Homi Adajania. Black is a symbolic color of violent emotions like passion, lust, and protest.
So, black is the new bold look of unconventional Indian Fashion.