It was the “Dream Catcher” collection inspired by the poem of the same name that Roma Narsinghani presented at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012.
Staying true to her fashion philosophy that “God is in the Details”, Roma ensured that the collection was replete with intricate additions and fluid ethereal shapes. Pastels came to centre stage with aqua as a favoured colour followed by soft beige, grey and touches of nude. Layering, pleating, panelling and draping along with clever fabric construction was the highlight of each garment. Shell buttons replaced traditional embroidery to bring a soft dazzle to the surface embellishments.
Playing with fabrics and embellishments, Roma created mesh like covers and added on origami touches for the faux boleros and the intricately braided waistcoats. The shirts with long sleeves and back drapes, the two tone halter maxi, the bronze satin shirt with rear frill and sleeve detailing, the lattice weave apron like covers, the patched tunics, one shoulder ballooning blouse and the angular dusty green jacket were beautiful additions to the collection.
Fluid easy silhouettes were the high point of the display, making the “Dream Catcher” collection by Roma Narsinghani a magical addition to the global woman’s wardrobe.