Artist Piet Mondrian inspires Indian fashion designer

March 31st, 2009 - 3:25 pm ICT by ANI  

Mumbai, Mar 31 (ANI): Taking inspiration from Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, Indian fashion designer Wendell Rodricks presented a collection of some eye catching casual wear for women at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week here last evening.

Using black and white predominantly, Rodricks showcased an array of attractive ensembles for his Fall/Winter collection, which stood out for their simplicity and elegance.

Rodricks used eco-friendly fabrics made from bamboo and dyed in natural colours for the collection.

“We have a wonderful line of eco-fabrics which are dyed in natural dyes. We have made a fantastic collection of jerseys. We also have cocktail dresses and some blouses in new bamboo fabric,” he said.

Lakme Fashion Week has received in all 189 applications - 88 for gen next and 44 for emerging fashion designers from 20 cities across the country. (ANI)

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