Manish Arora RTW Fall 2016
March 4, 2016 - fall Denim
“Twin Peaks on Haribo” was a pretension Manish Aora gave to his Western-inspired tumble show.
“Twin Peaks on Haribo” was a pretension Manish Arora gave to his Western-inspired tumble show, which enclosed runway cameos by Ellen von Unwerth, Chantal Thomass and Debra Shaw. If it wasn’t for a Indian designer’s signature fuchsia and a excavation of zany prints, one could indeed consider a expel from a David Lynch film was flitting by.
Billowing level skirts in racial prints and embroideries were during a forefront of this energetic lineup, matched with Western throws and blankets, that were also rendered in African wax-print fabrics, underlying a season’s genealogical flair. Denim, some treated over approval around heated palm brushing and enzyme washing, was strong. This enclosed a long, button-front dress with flattering appliqués and thread work details.
The tongue-in-cheek engineer also installed his runway with eye-catching accessories, including a purple Pomeranian retained underneath one model’s arm. The cowboy boots spelled rodeo though came with studded, fuchsia-colored leather bands and smart fur embellishments.
Prints had it all: Next to a large Native American ornaments, Arora slipped in some guns and roses, duck legs and drink bottles, while some of a colorful stone work could have been mistaken for a garland of preserve sweets spilled on a clothes.