Relaxed Streetwear Launched At The Lakmé Style Week

Relaxed Streetwear

Mumbai: Reliance Industries Restricted (RIL), one of many world’s main built-in polyester producers’ R|Elan™ Materials 2.0 returned to Lakmé Style Week in partnership with FDCI and introduced the streetwear masterpieces by labels Two Level Two by Anvita Sharma and Six5Six by Avni Aneja.

Commenting on the collaboration, Mr Hemant D. Sharma, Sector Head – Polyester, RIL stated, “At Reliance, we’re dedicated to enabling manufacturing of world class sustainable and eco-friendly materials, capturing the newest tendencies and magnificence. The showcase of R|Elan™ good materials at Lakmé Style Week is a testomony to our dedication in selling sustainable trend within the business. We’re thrilled to showcase our R|Elan™ good materials, that are functionally excessive efficiency and eco-friendly, in these collections. We’re proud to have supplied our Kooltex, GreenGold and EcoGold materials, which aren’t solely of the very best high quality but in addition environmentally acutely aware. It was a delight to see ‘A warrior’s Journey’ assortment, that’s impressed by the Kabuki dance drama theatre and ‘The Uniform’ assortment made utilizing R|Elan™ engineered good materials.”


“A Warrior’s Journey” by the ‘Two Level Two’ label created by Anvita Sharma made a powerful, gender agnostic, trend assertion that is also understood as an all-inclusive, sustainable description for the model, at Lakmé Style Week in partnership with FDCI.

Anvita felt {that a} warrior in everybody exists, so the label took its inspiration from the Shu-Ha-Ri philosophy of Japanese martial arts. Bringing collectively all of the teachings of Shu-Ha-Ri into the gathering, there was an amazing amalgamation of Japanese streetwear that mixed power, creativity, and individuality within the appears to be like.

Protecting the sustainable side of the clothes firmly in focus, Anvita labored with R|Elan™ excessive efficiency, eco-friendly materials like Kooltex, Greengold and EcoGold. The colors had been as vivid because the theme, when the portrait collection of the prints, featured conventional, intricate, hand drawn photos of Samurai warriors. There have been hints of Japan’s most well-known artwork type – the Kabuki dance drama theatre seen on the outfits.

Printed co-ord units had been topped with knee size robes that sported big lapels. The large profiles of Japanese faces had been emblazoned on the again of vividly printed calf size covers. The silhouettes had been dishevelled and virtually over sized, to suit the necessities of all kinds of patrons of all genders.

Drama, color and nice portrait prints made “A Warrior’s Journey” assortment by Anvita Sharma for her Two Level Two label, a memorable presentation on the runway and a placing one to inventory in wardrobes for the approaching season.

Anvita Sharma of Label Two Level Two stated, “We’re tremendous completely satisfied to have showcased our new assortment “A Warrior’s Journey” in affiliation with R|Elan utilizing their wonderful high-performance materials particularly the Kooltex denim as breathability of the material is a very powerful issue for me personally. It’s a really ecstatic feeling to see that streetwear and younger experimental model like ours are getting significance in mainstream trend with massive partnerships and associations like R|Elan and it’s all the time good to have the ability to return and showcase our artwork at such an vital platform like Lakmé Style Week x FDCI. As a designer, Japanese tradition is actually very inspirational whether or not it’s their artwork, theatre, or subcultures. This assortment is an ode to all these issues that I like within the type of my very own private expression.”


What ought to one pack when happening a vacation? The reply has fairly often baffled the keen traveller. To make the selection simple but modern, the Six5Six label’s “The Uniform” assortment by Avni Aneja unveiled on the Lakmé Style Week in partnership with FDCI, had all the precise providing.

Ever since 2018 when the label Six5Six was launched, it has been within the forefront of trend and a scorching favorite with celebs and stars. This season the model’s inspiration was from the numerous postcards in addition to pictures taken throughout the travels by the designer.

It was evident that right here was a trip streetwear look that will be adored by the jet set adventurer since a trip wardrobe should be sensible and durable however very trendy. The model saved its trend assertion firmly in focus, for attire that could possibly be lived in or stepped out in model. Consolation was introduced in with denim, whereas outsized resort shirts had been the best choice for sturdy clothes.

There was a large assortment of multi-purpose jackets with immense combine and match prospects, whereas the sensible bombers added a contact of pizzazz. The material selection was R|Elan™ engineered good materials that comprised denim recycled polyester, recycled slub jersey that was embellished with bio washing display screen printing, embroidery, deconstruction, and sublimation printing.

The Six5Six assortment by Avni Aneja known as “The Uniform” was a really perfect providing to indicate off on the airport, or on the flight and naturally throughout the holidays, when trend followers need to make a mode assertion.

Avni Aneja of Label Six5Six stated, “I’m tremendous completely satisfied to be again at Lakmé Style Week in partnership with FDCI after a protracted break. And what higher than to have the ability to work in collaboration with R|Elan™ and their unimaginable sustainable materials! My assortment is titled SIX5SIX “The Uniform” and it’s testomony to the truth that sustainable materials don’t translate into boring garments. This assortment is the story of all my travels, impressed by postcards, anecdotes, and pictures I’ve collected over time of my travels around the globe. This can be very private and expensive to me.”

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