By  on October 19, 2017

NEW DELHI — It wasn’t just about gardens at Amazon India Fashion Week for spring, but there were an awful lot of flowers — embroidered, glittering, French knots, cut outs, sequined. And this time they were offered in sustainable and unique silhouettes, bringing a new level of grandeur and simplicity over the five-day event, which is organized by the Fashion Design Council of India.

From the start — with Samant Chauhan keeping his signature style in ivory with a floral expanse on statuesque gowns — to the grand finale by Suneet Varma with a sheer wrap, bedecked with flowers, over dramatic black and silver, there was no doubt that florals were winning on the runway, having outpaced that much-loved, and more traditional, Indian paisley.

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