Dolly Nagpal took us to an enchanting journey of Persian motive and architecture as Casaa De Ouro unveiled the Winter/Festive Collection 2017, Noor-E-Izdihar at Asian Designer Week on 4th and 5th November. The fashion extravaganza was organized with Vaatsaalyaa Charitable Trust for Education in the heart of South Delhi, Garden of Five Senses.
Exhibiting the perfect balance between the modern persona and traditional style, the couture had design and embroidery patterns influenced by nature and various life forms around us. Noor-E-Izdihar romanticised touch of royal colors such as, emerald green, yellow ochre, maroon etc. Using the handwork embroidery fused with machine weaves, the collection reflected enriching eco-friendly and sustainable styles.
Known for her exclusive styles Dolly Nagpal believes in building a bridge between fashion and nature through her designs. Noor-E-Izdihar is designed with a vision of providing comfort and passion at the same time as the couture can be made for both contemporary and trousseau wear.
The drapes and silhouette of Noor-E-Izdihar enhance the aura of a woman, a beautiful art form reflecting the richness and regality. The embroidery lends buoyancy and royalty with antique textile crafts like Zari, Tohri, Metal Sequins and Cutdana embroidery. The collection looked playful, rich and elegant.
The collection’s beauty was enhanced with the subtle blend of minimal jewelry for which Casaa De Ouro partnered with Firdauz Jewelry. The make-up artist Gursewak Singh tuned model into a vision with the magical touch. The showstopper Sonali Sahay looked like a heavenly beauty walking on the ramp.
Entrepreneur Dolly Nagpal, the proud owner of Casaa De Ouro, is an upbeat Delhi woman who aims to touch the sky while she finds inspiration by staying attached to her roots. In her own words, “Fashion is a natural instinct which creates a creative channel. It is how you breathe, what you wear, how comfortable are you in your own skin and eventually, how is that you can be, simply you. Designing allows me freedom of expression.”
Her designs always aim to create a multidimensional connect between human and nature that strike a balance between comfort and style.
7 November 2017
Avni S. Singh