Gotham Girl’s Day Out
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Batman is in serious trouble. A female inhabitant from the Gotham City is playing a shrewd game of hide-n-seek with him — she is smarter, more stylish, sophisticated and walks with a swagger. The last show on Day 3 of Wills India Lifestyle Fashion Week (WIFW) saw the Namrata Joshipura woman, fighting it out in the city of trouble, albeit in style. It's obvious that the designer is a fan of the Batman series — she had her models walk under a wire mesh with flickering white light, as some racy music added to the theme "Gotham". So, there was a Batmobile dress, a Gotham trouser and Arkham skirts that added to the flavour of the collection.
Dresses, t-shirts, jumpsuits, shorts, skinny trousers, wrap dresses, jackets and tops in fabrics such as georgette, organza and tulle — this Gotham inhabitant was bold and sexy. The finishing of garments, the experimental cuts, use of laser cut technique and the short glimpses of pop colours were the reasons her show got the well-deserved applause. The colour palette comprised black, ivory, grey, guava green and clementine orange, with pretty pop ups of trippy pink and green.
The Joshipura woman ruled Gotham City on Day 3. Poor Batman.
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