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Cosmo Picks: Top 10 AIFW SS17 Moments

Here's a quick recap of the five day gala.

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    Stylish, off the ramp

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    A full house for Masaba

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    Day 5 opens with the Accessory Show

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    The Grand Finale

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    Androgyny and Monochrome

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    And guess who made an appearance

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    Reinventing the classics

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    Abstract and anti-fits

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    Welcome to the Space Age

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    Florals and pinks for men

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  • The India Modern Festive celebration continued off the ramp as fashion enthusiasts got creative and experimental by mixing their modernistic looks, with a twist of 'Indian'.

  • Inspired by the bold, vivid colours of New York, Masaba's collection was snazzy, bright and nothing short of celebratory. Seen here: Athiya Shetty walks out with the young designer.

  • Season 4 of AIFW welcome a new entrant to the schedule. Seen here: a statement ear and neckpiece from Felix Bendish.

  • Live folk music, gold lights, and a Kathak dance performance. Guru JJ Valaya and Shishya Alpana & Neeraj showcased an opulent Grand Finale, with their translation of India Modern Festive: luxurious, royal outfits resplendent with nomadic, metallic details.

  • Specific colour palettes for monochrome looks and easy separates for achieving the androgynous effect dominated the ramp on the first two days. Seen here: pieces from Huemn's showcase.


  • Ileana D'Cruz looked as every bit of gorgeous as the accessories she wore, courtesy Whatever by Abhishek and Shrruti.

  • Classic essentials like the hoodie gets a makeover. Seen here: a piece from Malini Ramani.

  • Pankaj & Nidhi's take on abstract art was woven into a gorgeous amalgamation of prints and textures.

  • Constructed silhouettes with flowy fabrics in colours of silver, shimmery gold, ice blues were seen from Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna's showcase. The set-up matched the Space Age theme with models walking the ramp around an assortment of mirrors.

  • Tarun Tahiliani and Sid Tytler showcased some great pieces from the menswear collection, by fusing floral prints and festive wear. Seen here: floral festive wear from Sid Tytler.