The FDCI and Lakmé Fashion Week from Oct 5 to 10, will witness the most-awaited show where young designers will unveil their unbridled creativity. The FDCI X Pearl Academy ‘Emerging Talent’ show will see the label The Pot Plant, present a digital showcase. It is scheduled for Thursday, 7th October at 4PM and will be streamed live on both FDCI and Lakmé Fashion Week social media platforms and websites.
The collection titled “Liquid Love” explores the possibility of everything an individual can be, without labels. It taps into the unharnessed potential that each of us carries within us — the power to explore, imbibe and run wild. The fashion film is age, gender, and size inclusive.
The line pushes the boundaries of the traditional craft of Bandhani and Shibori in innovative patterns and gender fluid silhouettes. The tailored silhouettes along with fluid sheer fabrics, celebrate wild, uninhibited nature that allows you to be who you are and who you identify as, without reservations.
The fabrics used are cottons, silks and organza. The colours and silhouettes are trans- seasonal, thus making every element from the collection a cherished garment for life. The styles work great as easy separates giving the consumer a plethora of options to choose from, to have something that resonated with their style.
“The FDCI has always believed in nurturing and promoting designers who understand the changing needs of a dynamic market by carving an eco-friendly approach. Organic handlooms merged with comfort will pave the path for a future brimming with possibilities. We have been partners with Pearl Academy and their alumni have always shown promise, this year too, they will combine two potent forces—vision and aesthetics,” said Chairman FDCI, Sunil Sethi.
“We are delighted to see our ex-students Sanya Suri, and Resham Karmchandani of The Pot Plant illustrate that classic pieces are the only way forward. Pearl Academy has been instrumental in shaping the lives of many students over the years and has made consistent efforts to enrich their experience with practical abilities which has become a powerful tool in the fashion space,” said Aditi Srivastava, President Pearl Academy.