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Kunal Rawal's Winter/Festive'19 collection "CONFLUENCE" unveiled at the 20th year of Lakme India Fashion Week

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Mumbai: The eccentricity of the new collection is inspired from the thought of versatility and new age grooms. Merging tradition with millennial, Kunal presents an exciting design solution to the men’s wear wardrobe!

Confluence, the name is inspired by various elements of the collection such as rock and roll, grunge, military rodeo; a clash of few worlds that come together seamlessly.

An element of bespoke streetwear with motifs like rocket rose etc. deconstructed silhouettes and technical baraat kurtas target the contemporary pulse. The play of cuts and patterns and garment construction creates multi-utility in every garment.

This season comes up with elements which have never been seen before. Inspiration from heritage archives comes in the form of Indian handlooms for the kurta over-shirts. Craft touches includes embroidery giving the ordinary function a new avatar with texture play, combining digital prints with embroidery for the first time.

For the first time, metal detailing is presented in the traditional wear, for e.g adding functional metal clasps with our bundi giving a liveliness and class to the look.

The Bandhgala comes in a variety of options, worn over shirts and kurtas. Sherwanis with curved hemlines that cheat the silhouette and the layering of shirt, waistcoat, kurta and trousers. Fitted with tight ankle length trousers, tailored bottoms will set a trend for the coming season.

The rodeo grunge is reflected in distressed styles with layered cuts, extending the inspiration to the finer details of every look. Color palette is new and exciting infusing darker shades like cobalt going into pinks and mint.

A story behind every design, makes the collection a must have for every groom and grooms men to be. It is a fusion of ideal festive wear that could be termed as an anti-trend but multifunctional collection that will allow the wearer to adapt and express his individual style quotient for the coming season with his unique stamp.

The runway will be a carnival of colors representing the different moods and variants for every occasion.

Excited about the launch of this new collection, Kunal Rawal said, “My festive collection this season takes me back to my love for grunge and rodeo. Titled Confluence, you will witness a clash of different worlds with hints of industrial grunge, rodeo & multifunctional outfits. Modern street wear combined and our Indian roots are brought together to offer diversity to the contemporary Indian man, who is looking for versatile outfits that they could multi task in. This time we are trying to take our concept a notch deeper with the fabric and garment construction. The collection comes to life with my favorite limited edition boAt x Kunal Rawal accessories…a must have for every KR man!”

boAt accessories brings the collection to life in its full glory on the runway with boAt x Kunal Rawal special edition collection!

On the association, Aman Gupta, Co-founder, boAt said, “At boAt, we aim at curating sound experiences that resonate with an individual’s rhythm, beat and style. The collaboration with Kunal Rawal and Lakmé Fashion Week has given us the ideal platform to position our brand among millennial who don’t shy away from expressing their style quotient.  The capsule collection designed by Kunal are refreshing and inspiring, which is completely in sync with boAt’s philosophy.”

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