Designer Focus: Anuj Bhutani
A Gen Next designer making way into this list with his debut show is no child’s play. Anuj seems to mean business with his tailored deconstructive designs and a relaxed yet chic styling. His menswear re-inventions, Teddy Boys, is inspired by the ’60s English sub-culture that gave life to a one-button shawl collar jacket, a parka paired with trousers, soft long coats, kurtas and comfortable trousers. Silhouettes with a sporty vibe coupled with formals resulted in a distinct New-Age look. All-in-all, it was a great attempt and well-executed.
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