Pyjama Picks from Amazon India Fashion Week SS2017

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Spring is here! Ok, it’s not. But, Spring/Summer 2017 designer clothing collections are here. (Next best thing to perfect weather is a perfect outfit, didn’t you know?) AIFW SS2017, held in Delhi this October, made for exciting times. Fashion was looking so good, we’re preparing a heist to steal these drool worthy pieces off the ramp.

Mogachea – by Tania Fadte

It’s elementary, dear pyjama peep! Tania’s first runway collection confirms what we’ve always said. She’s the queen of earthy and minimal.

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Urvashi Kaur

Sheer hotness. With her easy layering and relaxed silhouettes, each piece in Urvashi’s collection made for heavenly matches.

 

Bias

Up-cycling to the MAX!

One of Elle’s First Cut Designers, Mridu Mehra and Shruti Bhardwaj are two genius girls using fabric made out of recycled plastic to produce the cutest clothes we’ve seen in a long while! Keep an eye on this duo, pyjama peeps. We promise they’ll go far.

#repost @vogueindia Exposed corset @biasindia #AIFWSS17 #Biasindia

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Rajesh Pratap Singh

The King has spoken.

With his immaculately tailored clothes and bold looks, Pratap never fails to impress.We want everything, including a couple of the models. 😉

#aifwss17 #aifw #fashionweek #fashionshow #rajeshpratapsingh #india #newdelhi 👠👗🇮🇳

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Not So Serious – Pallavi Mohan

Romance is in the details.

Pallavi has been around for a few years now, but with this Not So Serious collection, we’re seeing hearts and falling in love with the dreamy, ethereal clothes.

@amazonfashionin #pallavimohan #runway #springsummer #layers #freshface #ambika_pillai

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Hemant & Nandita

Victorian ruffles gets a Narcos update.

This collection made me want to pack it all up in a bag and fly to the South Americas for a glamorous adventure!

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Like they say, everything was beautiful, but these collections were beyond. It’s gonna be one fun spring summer, you guys. Frankly, I cannot wait!

Chola
Written by

Creative Director, Pyjama People

She got her start working on Manisha Koirala’s costumes for the 1999 movie Mann and hasn’t looked back since! A veteran of the business, Cho’s styled films like Calcutta Express, to numerous national and international advertisements. She’s also a personal stylist to stars like Neha Dhupia and has two clothing brands — Bachcha Party for kids, and Chola(!!) After her debut collection The Pyjama Tribe Sohaya was named the Grazia's Young Designer of the year 2016.

Twitter @chola_is_me / Instagram: @sohaya

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