Aneeth Arora’s latest line has florals and chic silhouettes.
With its latest collection of casual wear, Aneeth Arora’s Pero joins the luxe loungewear bandwagon. All exuding a laidback yet elegant style, her new collection, Lazy Pero which is all set to debut in the city at the Good Earth store, is all about the anti-fit, non-figure hugging silhouettes. “Going with a one-size fits all approach, the line has comfortable garments meant for daily wear that don’t miss out on style,” says the New Delhi-based designer. Ranging from trousers and jackets to baby doll dresses, pajamas and others, Lazy Pero uses handwoven cotton and cotton silk blends with checks (from West Bengal), brocade (from Banaras), ikkat (from south) and chanderi (from Madhya Pradesh) prints. Expect to see the brand’s signature contrast kanni selvedge which appears at the hems of the garments.
Available in blues, whites and pastels, the line is reminiscent of Pero’s older collections and is a revival of sorts of the brand’s former styles in contemporary silhouettes and design. The straight simple lines and checks mixed with the occasional bright florals make for a spring-chic line. “It’s a versatile lookbook. You get Indian and western ensembles depending on how you plan and mix up your outfit. The ultimate onus is on the consumer,” adds the 32-year old designer, who believes in simple clothing with a keen attention to detail. The collection is looking to travel to Bengaluru soon after. Arora is currently working on her Spring-Summer 2017 line, which she plans to unveil through a virtual show on social media.
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