“Liberty won’t ever perish” and “Future is empathy” have been a few of the mottos that Indian designer Dhruv Kapoor printed and embroidered on a few of his fall 2021 clothes. This optimistic messaging mirrored the general perspective of the lineup: rebellious and frisky. Acid-wash denim, daring graphics and vivid colours – scorching pink, blue, orange and purple combined with extra conventional impartial – heightened its youthful verve.
Streetwear staples, spanning from hoodies and printed bowling shirts, have been neatly built-in right into a extra basic wardrobe. These included tailor-made wool jackets with furry linings, impeccable leather-based coats and fits minimize in unfastened, relaxed silhouettes.
Kapoor bridged the road and the formal not solely via the cool styling, but additionally with using printed patches. Symbols from numerous cultures, from Indian paisley reworked via a psychedelic lens to Chinese language tigers and Japanese cats, popped up on badges stitched to every thing, from denim to fits, giving the garments additional attraction and individuality.