I have started marking my fashion boundaries with a sense of peculiarity. There is a certain interest in fashion,which has piqued me to exploring appearing culture, trends and uniqueness of my mind to indulge in fantasy. This moment of fashion snipping from the flow of ideas, usually known to my brain and unending hours of sifting images and genre on Pinterest, Jettisoned towards something more exciting and experimental, that either you would like to throw a chair at me, or embrace me with particularly elicit response. Either ways its my vocabulary of fashion, and I if you cannot be a student, then be a spectator, and take things with a pinch of salt, coz what you are gonna see now may not be everyone's cup of tea.
I tried my hands on face paint. I have been really fascinated by this controversial form of makeup, and dug deep in the roots. And look what I found !!! Indian mythology has been full of it.
Body Paint which masquerade as art but fully inhibit the appropriation of a personal style statement was found from the birth of ancient civilisations and among the creepy sadhus and Naga Babas of vedic times to Lord Krishna .
After witnessing coloured brows as exuberant as any visual drama,its time to take things up a notch. This outfit was conceptualised as a modern interpretation which resonates elements which I cleverly picked in accord with street style, and these painted brows which I practised outside the hidden runway of the most talked about high fashion show of Delhi, where I got to strut my experiments while still being low key.
The drama created by lots of silver cocktail jewellery, the asymmetric draped slip dress and this fringe belt is quite playful, because I would have twirled a zillion times to make things move in symmetry, but guess my wardrobe has its mind of its own. I have a few shaken images for you to piss you off ( That's some major commitment to photography). Can't blame, coz the man behind the lens (Abhimanyu ) is a major major major street style photographer. I see a little bit of American street style photographer Bill Cunningham in him. R.I.P Bill.