Naeem Kahn has always designed with a nod toward his native India. But this season, inspired by a trip home last Fall, Kahn translated the extremes of Indian culture, from Tilaka dots to elaborate paisleys into a breathtaking collection worthy of Maharajah splendor. The title “The Body as a Canvas: From the Mughal Paisley to the Hindu Tilakas” tells the story. The collection featured mostly neutral colors, letting the fantastic workmanship shines. For more pictures please have a look at the enclosed link below.
Source: Quintessenceblog/NYFW2012/Naeem Khan
Photos by Alessandro Garofalo/GoRunway.com
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