Sunday, 1 November 2015

BPFT Presents the handcrafted story of Style

Bengaluru: The 11th edition of Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2015 commenced in Gurgaon. The tour arrived in the garden city, Bengaluru in its second stop. The evening was crafted to perfection bringing out the finest mix of design, music and technology. Every artist exuded brilliance that is core to their Style and success; capturing the audience with sublime experiences which will remain etched in their minds. 
     Decoding his creative journey and story of style, critically acclaimed filmmaker Anurag Kashyap narrated fine experiences which have stayed with him and influenced him to evolve as a filmmaker. Fashion aces Abraham & Thakore and Neeta Lulla presented design stories which were a blend of exquisite detailing and rich legacy, handcrafted to perfection. 
    These design stories were a col.lab.oration of couture and contemporary consciousness; as eminent designer duo Abraham & Thakore’s collection was inspired by recycling while Neeta Lulla’s collection was a tale of contemporary womanhood. Curating music for the tour, Gaurav Raina strung together the beats to which these design stories were presented. Adding to the resplendence of this experience, Yami Gautam donned the finale design for Neeta Lulla, epitomising elegance that comes with distinguished craftsmanship. 
     Commenting on the occasion, Mr Raja Banerji, Assistant Vice President, Pernod Ricard India, said, “Blenders Pride Fashion Tour has a legacy of bringing forth different facets of style. This year, the inspiration is ‘Col.lab.oration’ between designers, musicians, celebrated personalities who will showcase their inspirations, co-creations and the journeys of style that have defined their style and taste. Our endeavour is to decode the style elements for audience and showcase the substance that makes for every artist’s excellence. Delving deeper into the journey of style, the Blenders Pride Reserve Collection evenings have been handcrafted to perfection and exquisiteness”.
     The collection is a blend of monochromatic colour scheme with androgynous silhouettes worked upon semi-circular contour that have a sensuous epicene style statement and structure. Black and white being the basis of the collection, the depth of a woman’s mind set is brought out by variant of deep colours.
     Tuned to the styles and influences of Abraham & Thakore, Gaurav Raina presented an up-tempo vocal electronica with western vocals making the evening enigmatic. Giving an ethnic touch to the rest of the evening, Mame Khan uplifted the environment with his raw and rustic beats which were in sync with Neeta Lulla’s collection.

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