Van Heusen GQ Fashion Nights kick-started with a splendid regal collection by ace designer Raghavendra Rathore. Rathore tried to bring out the best of the colonial Indo Western ethos through his grand collection.
Rathore's label The Imperial India Company takes its inspiration from the motifs of imperial era and this time the collection was ostensibly imparting the aforementioned elements.
And the surprise element to this show was none other than Saif Ali Khan, who walked the ramp for the designer as the showstopper.
We also captured Mandira Bedi who looked phenomenon. She was clad in a neat cocktail gown.
The collection was mind-beguiling and it left all of us awe-struck. Let's give you guys a visual treat of the show.
The Pathan Look
Love the neat use of color. Mud green is absolutely in sync with the entire look of the ensemble.
Embellishing With Tunic
White goes perfectly well with the printed kurta, accentuated with a black tunic.
Pep Up The White
Here a chic white ensemble is pepped up with a mere use of dark shaded jacket.
The postman dress color is redefined, indeed. The cut-out at the waist is neatly done.
The ensemble puts together the shades of beige. The Nehru jacket and kurta are intoned with a cigarette salwar.
The Dapper Look
The neat buttons of the jacket have put together this piece cleverly.
Showstopper: Nawab Sahab's Dapper Look
Saif Ali Khan, here, is flaunting his twirled mustache and also, the splendid ensemble.