Dhruv Kapur introduced his collection ‘Undress Code’ for the brand DRVV, which captivated the spectators with its bold theme. The outfits were fabricated around the central objective to protest against the restraints that have often kept women from self-actualization.
Deconstruction of garments left a very post-modern note, about identity and women. As the models walked the ramp, garments (in white, cream, black, and soft peach) fell off their bodies with the help of strategically placed zips, which reconstructed the ‘torn and allowed to show the skin’ perception.
The outfits were designed using smooth cotton poplin, silk satin, silk chiffon, hand-woven raw silk from Andhra Pradesh, lightweight wool voile et al. Dhruv Kapur’s DRVV was natural yet unusual, classic yet contemporary, and issued a very eloquent message to womanhood.