Remember the fascination of watching clowns with fat red noses,jugglers and hula hoop dancers? These were the sentiments during Delhi-based designer Aneeth Aroras show for her autumn-winter collection on Saturday. Models walked the red-and-white striped ramp to circus-like music. With bright red noses and rosy cheeks,donning Mad Hatter hats they had balloons in hand ,giggling and laughing for the audience. Layering is Aroras USP. Short,checkered dresses paired with shorts and jackets; striped shirts under jumpsuits paired with jackets and knitted dresses under pullovers the silhouettes were plenty and their styling was genius. Models wore bows around their neck,some had quirky socks with over-sized bows,there were backpacks with red circus prints on them. She used some of her favourite fabrics such as merino wool,cotton,khadi and cashmere in tones of red,green,mustard,turquoise,blue,purple,black,grey and beige. Her hand-stitched hearts,a Pero (Aroras label) signature,were on display this time too. There was a sense of repetition and we asked ourselves: when does layering get boring?