Hemant and Nandita define their place in the Indian fashion industry each season with their fresh take on prints and embroideries. The basic ideology behind each collection is to bring forth traditional Indian elements and showcase them on a global front. The designer duo works with new techniques each season to add versatility to their collections. Hemant and Nandita have mastered the art of blending patterns and techniques to create unique styles, while remaining true to their sensibilities and rooted in their country's rich cultural heritage. Today we explore Hemant and Nandita's Spring/Summer 2015 collection, "The Knot," in #PMHeritage.
Hemant and Nandita often draw inspiration from their travels, and this season they were inspired by Ikat, a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles. They were influenced by their short sojourn to Istanbul - the saturated yellows and saffrons, balanced with tones of midnight blue and smoke gray were the colors that inspired them most and found their way into their spring color palette.
"The Knot" signifies the exquisite bond between the traditional fabrics and contemporary silhouettes in Hemant and Nandita's Spring/Summer 2015 collection. They have transformed traditional Ikat prints by combining them with retro silhouettes and bright colors, lending a new inspired take to an age old traditional art form.
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