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Amit Sadh launches ‘Wanderlust’ by Amrose D’souza

IBFW_Amit Sadh in Amrose Dsouza collection (2)

Bollywood heartthrob Amit Sadh walked the ramp in casual oblivion wearing a white double breasted suit with a self-printed blazer from the collection titled ‘Wanderlust’ by designer Amrose D’Souza at a recent fashion event in Goa.

The designs consisted of a palette of colours including hues of grey, blue and vine which matched up to the theme of the collection ‘Wanderlust’ from ICONIQUE by Amrose D’souza.

As he sashayed down the runway, Amit Sadh mentioned “Each garment is classy, wearable and trendy. This is the most comfortable formal getaway wear!”

Amrose’s unique and refreshing contribution to the world of fashion ‘Wanderlust’ is a stylish Boho-chic inspired collection infused with elements of summer. The clothes are versatile and can be can be worn at both casual and semi-formal events and meetings thanks to the quirky blazer collection which adds a formal feel. The name ‘Wanderlust’ tells us of Amrose’s inspiration for the designs which she drew from her travels and admiration of fashion in Rome, Milan and an array of cities across Europe. The chic look of the clothing plus the comfort factor makes the collection perfect for those who are on the go.

The collection is replete with fun blazers, cotton trousers and shirts all making for an ideal summer business getaway. The upbeat designs of the blazers can certainly take the edge off the anxiety that comes with  business meetings while  simultaneously giving a level of comfort to the wearer owing to the light and airy fabrics used.

Commenting on her inspiration for the designs of her collection Amrose said, “Instead of creating the real Bohemian look, which is usually a lot of prints and solid colors, Wanderlust has subtle and plain tints put together. The blazers have hand patch work on them which gives them an exclusive feel. The collection also has a very royal and classy look because of the color combinations chosen- greys with white and black blazers with some sequenced work on the cut edges.”

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