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6 Designer Print-on-Print Looks for a Night Out

Renu Chouhan | Nov 22, 2015, 13:00 IST
6 Designer Print-on-Print Looks for a Night Out
Ashima Leena AW15/16
The print-on-print trend has taken the world of Indian fashion by storm this past year. The fall-winter 2015 collections of various designers showcased contrasting prints used together in the same look -- something that would have been unheard of a decade ago, when it was all about being matchy-matchy.
If you're wondering how you can wear the trend, check out the work of these 6 Indian designers who have used it in a variety of ways. Ashima Leena, for instance, offered fusion wear using a variety of coordinated prints in the same outfit.


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  • Pankaj and Nidhi2 of 6
    Pankaj and Nidhi
    This chic look by award-winning duo Pankaj and Nidhi is eye-catching and dramatic for an evening out on the town.
  • Virtues3 of 6
    If you have more subtle tastes, you can take inspiration from this fall-winter look by Virtues, that brings together smaller prints in a more harmonious format.
  • Anupamaa Dayal4 of 6
    Anupamaa Dayal
    Delhi-based designer Anupamaa Dayal has built her empire on prints! She comes up with a variety of unexpected prints-on-print looks every season, for both Indian and Western looks. Here are two Indian looks from her fall-winter collection.
  • Pero by Aneeth Arora5 of 6
    Pero by Aneeth Arora
    Aneeth Arora, who has won awards for her eco-friendly designs, presented these quirky dresses paired with contrasting jackets and hats.
  • Divya Sheth6 of 6
    Divya Sheth
    Divya Sheth showed how to layer prints in one Indianwear ensemble.