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AIFW SS17: Tisca Chopra turns showstopper for Kavita Bhartiya

Clad in a black and red saree, actress Tisca Chopra sashayed down the ramp for designer Kavita Bhartia at AIFW SS17.

Clad in a black and red saree, actress Tisca Chopra sashayed down the ramp for designer Kavita Bhartia on the third day of the 28th edition of Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017. Tisca shared the simple yet unique look of Bhartiya's work.

“Kavita Bhartia’s clothes have an easy effortless chic with a luxe finish. Her looks can be worn many times over in multiple ways… That’s what I love about her label,” Tisca said in a statement. (Source: APH Images)

Inspired by the 15th century Iznik Pottery a decorated ceramic from the Turkish lands, Kavita Bhartia presented Route’D Iznik her SS’17 collection. (Source: APH Images)

Retaining her signature style she has infused fun and contemporary silhouettes using Indian handwork yet having a modern appeal. The collection defines the similarity in both cultures lost in the mists of time. (Source: APH Images)

The silhouettes are essentially gilets, tiered skirts, draped dresses, tunics and creative pants with an aesthetic colour palette moving from vanilla cream, white, cobalt blue to red. (Source: APH Images)

There is a unique visual appeal to the designs with net, dupion silk, flowy chiffon and crepe embellished with resham, pearl and intricate work of embroidery in zardozi and tie and dye techniques inspired by Iznik motifs. (Source: APH Images)

The range is full of feminine silhouettes with a perfect blend of Indian contemporary handwork and modern appeal. (Source: APH Images/Text: IANS)

With every collection Kavita Bhartia silhouettes continue to explore and integrate the Indian contemporary designs with the modern context always reaching out to sketch a new story from the rich culture and heritage of the world. (Source: APH Images)