Indeed, planner Manish Malhotra stunned gatherings of people with his stupendous couture indicate ZWEEN, held at JW Marriott Juhu, Mumbai. Upsetting contemporary mold through his creator focal point, Manish Malhotra’s accumulation, Zween, (which implies wonderful in Arabic), brought Middle Eastern-style supernatural quality and fabulousness to life.

Legendary winged Arabian ponies in 3-D embellishments, energetic decorations and quills, twirls of sequins and Swarovski gems, alongside many-sided flower crochet weaving – all met up to weave an erotic woven artwork of Arabian culture. In a state of harmony with signature Manish Malhotra style – troupes in silks, organza, velvet and net textures were seen in wonderful shades of natural orange, sandy gold, olive green, rich ivory, calming lavender and tropical blue.

Voluminous lehengas with unsettled bouffant shirts, kaftans with cigarette pants, saris with off-bear pullovers, and decorated outfits with clamped abdomens exhibited exotic, female styles for the millennial lady. The great anarkali outline turned a cutting edge turn with a contemporary girdle bustier. Fake quill totes, pill box grips, and weaved veils included the ideal bit of persona to the articles of clothing.

Men wore organized sherwanis stood out from printed kurtas, matched with flared formal pants. Western coats were given Oriental-style, old fashioned pizazz with glossy silk lapels in lavish textures of velvet, glossy silk and silk. Each piece complemented the multifaceted nature of weaved crochet, legendary creature themes and geometrical prints, in fantastic shades of ivory, dark and greenish blue.

Talking at the event, Manish Malhotra, says, “This year is an extraordinary point of reference, as my mark celebrates 13 grand years. My new gathering, Zween, features the excellence and wonder of the Middle East, a culture I have for some time been intrigued with. I have looked for motivation from the area’s shocking supernatural components, but in another, contemporary light with trendsetting styles for recent college grads over the globe.”