I am sure you must be curious about reading this article. As, we all know a woman’s main problem is weight gaining issues and then getting confuse on what to wear, how to style and the biggest problem plus size clothes are not available in market, you anyhow have to get it customized but what will suit your body you don’t understand and get despair.
So i have got a quick solution for you. You will be vowed by seeing this article showing designer Wendell Rodricks Plus Size collection, 2017 at Lakme Fashion Week, from where you can get motivated and inspired, that if these models can rock the ramp why can’t we in real life?? Why to get demotivated looking at our weight?
Ace designer Wendell Rodricks presented the ‘aLL PRIMERO’ collection at the plus-size show at Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2017.
The presentation broke myths about plus size fashion where colour, style and fabrics were concerned with designs made to flatter men and women with great curves and ample muscles like the Apple, Pear, Hourglass, Rectangle and Carrot shapes.
The Plus Size Store launched its PRIMERO collection with Rodricks at the fashion gala.
After making their debut at LFW last year, aLL – The Plus Size Store chose to collaborate with the renowned fashion designer this year for a collection titled ‘aLL PRIMERO’ which seeks to break popular myths regarding plus size clothing in the fashion industry.
“I have always wanted the fashion industry to be size inclusive and this collaboration with aLL – The Plus Size Store takes it one step further. There are so many restrictions put on plus size fashion whether there are certain colours that flatter their shape or a fixed silhouette. With PRIMERO, we’re breaking all these myths and prevailing rules and regulations,” said Rodricks.
The fabric for the collection were primarily moss crepe, lycra, cotton, satin, jacquard, polyester georgette, single jersey, lycra cotton and mercerised Giza for men’s T-shirts.
Linen dobby stripes were an interesting part along with over-dyed twill Lycra that was perfect for women’s jeans.
Women’s wear was a kaleidoscope of colours as fluid creations floated down the ramp on the jaunty confident models. Layered tunics, asymmetric gowns, swinging dresses, capes and kaftans — some speckled with silver heart motifs.
Now, let’s break our curiosity and scroll down the plus size collection,