Adarsh Gill unveils new couture line, home collection with flagship store

Designer Adarsh Gill unveils new couture line and home collection with the flagship store

Adarsh Gill Flagship store home decorApril 13, 2017: Indian designer Adarsh Gill, has launched a store in New Delhi, India, that exudes highlights of the royal colonial past. Large chandeliers and mirrors give the space a grandiose and opulence. 

Retailing from this space will also be Ms Gill’s silver home collection, four poster beds, art deco sofas, Queen Anne chairs, accessories and décor artifacts such as vases, ashtrays, champagne buckets and much more. The furniture has a royal hangover with a colonial touch, silk tapestry and diverse hues of green blend in beautifully with the sheen of silver, giving the pieces the aura of regal splendor.

Resham, zari, pearl, sequins and crystal embroideries make a beautiful women’s couture collection. Embroidered accents with Swarovski detailing take the weave story to another level. The saris are done with mirror work and paired with brocade bustiers and blouses. The color palate used for the Spring Summer Collection are pastel shades of pink, greens, yellows, turquoise with the dominance of white and Ekru. Flowing dresses with fitted jackets, haute tops and short skirts with coats, silk brocade skirts and tops with appliqué detailing, and gossamer lace with lame chiffons find space in the store. Shararas, lehengas, cigarette pants and narrow trousers - it’s all there at at the store.

Adarsh Gill Flagship store couture fashion

The Adarsh Gill men’s line includes well fitted jodhpuris, breech pants, achkans, sherwanis, embroidered kurtas and jackets. Resham and zari work is the predominant embroidery in the line coupled with light pearl embroidery. There are geometric patterns and beadwork, brocades and rich silks to choose from. For fun and frothy dos, one can pick from her printed jackets with embroidery, smart waistcoats worn with traditional salwars and dhotis. The colour palette ranges from ecru, champagne, rust to black.

Coordinates: The Qutub Boulevard, 6/4, Kalkadas Marg, Mehrauli, New Delhi, India

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