Without a doubt he puts the cherry on the cake by bringing a pungent, exciting and elegant style to the catwalk. He says he draws his inspiration from Tumblr, the ever-evolving giant scrapbook. This designer displays such diversity but with a twist, in subtle shades, so gentle on the palette.
Ashish brings to the catwalk a more casual, smart and relaxed approach compared to previous seasons. This year’s flavour was a mixture of shapes and prints displaying a fresh and stylish variety of two-toned denim, from trousers to coats, to maxi dresses.
As usual Ashish delivers a ‘je ne sais quoi’ by pushing the boundary with his statement of an over-sized tartan poncho.
On the conservative design, a pattern mono-tone dog-tooth knee length skirt with tassels and matching tops were part of the show.
The look is casual smart but can be worn during the day with ballet pumps or at night with heels which makes this style versatile and feminine.
Another statement of his is to adapt hi-vis workmen overalls and dungarees by using fluorescent sequins to make it a fashion testimonial.
Noticeable this year, the models wore white court shoes; as not to draw the attention away from his designs but also to show the adaptability of this season’s catwalk.
To keep in with the tradition, a printed sweatshirt ends the display with ‘The End is Near’ to leave the imagination vagabonds about this statement.