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‘A Warrior’s Journey’ by Two Point To Label created by Anvita Sharma created a strong, gender agnostic, fashion statement that could also be understood as an all-inclusive, sustainable statement for the brand in partnership with FDCI at LFW Could the parties involved said in a press release.
R|Elan Fabric 2.0 in association with FDCI presented collections by Two Point Two and Six5Six at LFW. Two Point Two’s ‘A Warrior’s Journey’ collection was inspired by Japanese martial arts philosophy and used eco-friendly fabrics from r|elan. Six5Six’s ‘The Uniform’ collection offers vacation streetwear options with r|Elan’s recycled polyester and slub jersey.
Anvita realized that a warrior exists in everyone, so the label drew inspiration from the Shu-ha-ri philosophy of Japanese martial arts. The collection was a great amalgamation of Japanese streetwear, bringing together all the teachings of Shu-ha-ri, combining energy, creativity and personality into looks.
Keeping in mind the sustainable aspect of the garments, Anvita worked with eco-friendly fabrics like R|Elan High Performance, Cooltex, GreenGold and EcoGold. The colors were as vivid as the subject matter, with the portrait series of prints featuring traditional, intricate, hand-drawn images of samurai warriors. The clothing bore allusions to Japan’s most famous art form – the Kabuki dance drama theatre.
Printed co-ord sets were topped off with knee-length robes that sported huge lapels. The voluminous profiles of Japanese faces were glimpsed behind plainly printed calf-length covers. The silhouettes were baggy and almost plus size to meet the needs of a wide variety of shoppers of all genders.
Drama, color and stunning portrait prints made the ‘A Warriors Journey’ collection a memorable presentation on the runway and an eye-catching addition to the wardrobe for the season ahead.
“We are very pleased to present our new collection ‘A Warrior’s Journey’ in collaboration with R|Elan, exclusively using the amazing high-performance fabric of Kultex Denim, the fabric’s breathability has been a personal touch for me. The most important factor than It’s great to see a streetwear and young experimental brand like us finding importance in mainstream fashion with great partnerships and associations like R|Elan and able to bring back and showcase their art on such an important platform It’s always good to be LFW x FDCI. As a designer, Japanese culture is really very inspiring whether it is their art, theater or subculture. This collection is an homage to all the things I admire as a form of personal expression Anvita Sharma of Label Two Point Two.
What a person should pack when going on vacation often leaves the curious traveler baffled. Six5Six’s label ‘The Uniform’ collection by Avni Aneja in partnership with FDCI was unveiled at LFW, offering easy yet fashionable options.
Ever since 2018 when the Six5Six label was launched, it has been at the forefront of fashion and a hot favorite with celebs and stars. The brand’s inspiration this season came from numerous postcards as well as photographs taken by the designer while traveling.
It was clear that here was a vacation streetwear look that would be loved by the jet set adventurer because a vacation wardrobe should be practical and strong but also very stylish. The brand kept its fashion statement firmly in mind, opting for garments that could stay in or pass out in style. Comfort was brought in with denim, while oversized resort shirts were the ideal choice for sturdier clothing.
There was a wide assortment of multi-purpose jackets with immense mix-and-match possibilities, while practical bombers added a touch of pizzazz. The fabric choice was R|Elan engineered smart fabric consisting of denim recycled polyester, recycled slub jersey embellished with bio washing screen printing, embroidery, deconstruction and sublimation printing.
“I am delighted to be back at LFW in partnership with FDCI after a long break. And what could be better than being able to team up with R|Elan and their incredibly sustainable fabrics! My collection is titled SIX5SIX ‘The Uniform’ and is testament to the fact that sustainable clothing does not translate into boring clothing. This collection is the story of all my travels, inspired by postcards, anecdotes and images I’ve collected over the years of my travels around the world. It is very personal and dear to me. Avni Aneja of Label Six 5 Six,
Commenting on the collaboration, Hemant D Sharma, Sector Head-Polyester, RIL said: “At Reliance, we are committed to enabling the production of world-class sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics, capturing the latest trends and style. A testament to our dedication to promoting fashion. We are thrilled to showcase our R|Elan smart fabrics in these collections, which are functionally high performance and eco-friendly. takes pride in providing clothing that is not only of the highest quality but is also eco-conscious. Delighted to see ‘A Warrior’s Journey’ collection inspired by the Kabuki dance drama theater and ‘The Uniform’ collection, engineered by R|Elan Crafted from smart fabrics.”
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (NB)