Ayesha’s collection was a perfect representation of femininity, elegance and understatement. In a variety of flowing silks, satins, chiffons, voiles and charmeuse and just like Eastern couturiers of old, her pieces were created from luxurious fabrics. Each outfit had a story of its own with intricate and detailed embroidery where the craftsmanship complemented the fluid cuts and drapes she’s known for. Models walked down the ramp wearing gorgeously exquisite numbers with an interesting match of funky jewellery, stones, embroidery mixed with gold and silver embellishments. Her signature look was evident in her collection as many outfits had a hint of sensuality in the opulence of a brooch, a flash of skin, a trail of fabric teasing the air a second after the model moved on. Colors were inspired by international trends, culture and season appear and disappear, with black, whites and beige as constants.
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