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Amit Aggarwal's latest collection offers botanical therapy

In 'Euphor', which launches on 4 March, the designer explores the physiological effects of nature on human health

Aggarwal says his collection, which launches on Instagram, is inspired by the therapy of nature and serves as a reminder to celebrate every moment of life. 'I spent a large part of the covid-19 lockdown taking care of plants, being close to nature. It made me know myself better, and it all reflects in the collection,' he told Mint.
Aggarwal says his collection, which launches on Instagram, is inspired by the therapy of nature and serves as a reminder to celebrate every moment of life. 'I spent a large part of the covid-19 lockdown taking care of plants, being close to nature. It made me know myself better, and it all reflects in the collection,' he told Mint. (Amit Aggarwal)
For the collection, Aggarwal tapped into his deep understanding of couture and experimented with traditional prints and embroidery techniques, using metallic cording moulded to create organic patterns.
For the collection, Aggarwal tapped into his deep understanding of couture and experimented with traditional prints and embroidery techniques, using metallic cording moulded to create organic patterns. (Amit Aggarwal)
The mood board of the collection that includes meticulously embellished lehengas, sarees and capes.
The mood board of the collection that includes meticulously embellished lehengas, sarees and capes. (Amit Aggarwal)
Unlike his previous collections, 'Euphor’ prints over hand embellished fabric to create unique surface textures in colours like fuchsia, mint and emerald.
Unlike his previous collections, 'Euphor’ prints over hand embellished fabric to create unique surface textures in colours like fuchsia, mint and emerald. (Amit Aggarwal)
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    02.03.2021 | 03:16 PM IST

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