Warda Prints’ presented collection titled ‘Chromatic Ecstasy’ was an ode to Chroma, cruising in an ocean of luscious reds, tangerine oranges, canary yellows and aquatic blues. Bold patterns were the archetype of WARDA, with prints originating from the Medieval Era that were rich in Romanesque antiquity, Oriental artifacts and characteristic Persian Paisleys. Inspired by eastern prints and embellishments, the fusion in this collection was of motifs transcending boundaries and cut lines that could be easily interpreted as contemporary chic & classical eastern drapery. The fabrics used ranged from the luscious of silks to finest of nets with a mix of elegant organza and chicest of chiffons. The colour palette comprised of tones of hot pink to steel grey, hues such as cobalt blue and fresh olive greens had been used as per forecasted trends, along with tints and shades of mustard with a touch of metallics. Key trends being highlighted were a blend of prints, bold with hint of vibrant colours, more focus on cut lines and comfort than just decorative pieces of fabric, bohemian edge, earthy grounds with brushed florals, swirling patterns, soft hued paisley, jacquards and brocade glamour, layering and a stamp of metallic studs.