It's not often that you see abstract, geometric designs in fashion done well, but in this case, a geometric collection from SVA by Sonam and Paras Modi are pretty amazing, and it's making me covet a piece for myself!
There's something almost boho chic about this collection, understated flowy skirts, printed kurtas, maxi and anarkali dresses and gorgeous fitted jackets.
Most of the collection is in black and white, with accents of gold, but it works wonderfully, making for statement pieces which need hardly any dressing up at all - I can imagine these being perfect for summer weather!
I hadn't realised until I began writing this post and looking up more information, that this collection was actually from last year (see asianfashionblog's post on this at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive fashion show). Nevertheless, it's still very on-trend, the designs are beautifully made and are a perfect alternative to a lot of the bling and colours which are available in the fashion industry.
I'd love to get my hands on one of these, particularly a printed kurta or printed maxi dress for the summer, While the heavier outfits such as bridals, lenghas and embellished outfits are a bit more pricey, the simpler stuff like the tops and kurtas are not - they range from about $109 (about £73) upwards, which is not too bad for a designer piece.
You can see more of this collection (and buy too!) here, here and here - what do you think of this collection?