Amethyst café in Royapettah is known not just for the lip smacking cuisines but also the classy display of women attire and accessories. Amping up the elan ambiance of the café was the Abraham & Thakore’s Spring Summer 2020 collection. The collection named Kaleidoscope, has drawn its inspiration from the flitting colours that one witnesses in a kaleidoscope namely; ivory, beige, rose, lac indigo laced in a web of geometric patterns that are signatures of a kaleidoscope. This Spring Summer collection has been all about colours, florals and patterns imbibed on a soft palette and comfortable fabric. The collection ranges anywhere between Rs 4,000 to Rs 15,000.
The exhibition will be on from 11am to 7.30pm until February 15th, 2020, at Amethyst, Whites Road, Royapettah, Chennai 600 014. Ph : 044 – 45991630 /31.
Designer Rakesh Thakore said, “Abraham and Thakore are extremely happy to be a part of Amethyst and showcasing the Spring Summer 2020 collection, which is about colours, florals and patterns in a soft palette and easy fabrics.” Abraham & Thakore is one of India’s most prominent and successful fashion label known for their textile products and accessories. Founded by NID graduates David Abraham and Rakesh Thakore, the duo expanded into a trio after the arrival of Kevin Nigli, a design graduate from NIFT, New Delhi.
Taking a minor divergence from other designer brands, A&T’S collections focus on providing voice to the Indian design and craft in the form of textile art and style. Each design is brought to life to reflect simplicity, material quality and a strong love for the craft. Taking a step back from the hum-drum of mass productions, A&T’s stick to their core value that the best of craft should be produced in limited numbers. Their collections continue to reiterate the similar tastes of urban populace interms of fashion and styling irrespective of geographical locations Presented biannually at the Fashion Week, New Delhi, their collections have also been exhibited at Victoria & Albert Museum in London, in a British Council exhibition on contemporary Indian Design at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in New Delhi, in the Volkart Foundation sponsored exhibition on khadi, and later in Switzerland.