Gustavarna by Pavani Basavani

All that glitters is not gold; it could just be another one of Gustav Klimt’s paintings.

The Aussie symbolist painter was one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is noted for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other objets d’art. His works included a lot of the colour gold making his works of the female body shine in every sense of the word.

The most vibrant and creative ensembles in the market today have to be the indo western category. It provides the perfect amalgamation of ethnicity and modernity. The ease and comfort it provides is accented by the variety of colours and textures of traditional Indian Motifs, fabrics and textures.

Put them both together and presto you have an amazing collection.

Gustavarna is an Indo-western fusion of womenswear categorized under street wear. The collection draws its inspiration from the famous paintings of the well-known artist Gustav Klimt and is substantiated with intricate design details and vibrant colour palette.

The garments are wearable as well as sustainable. With rising awareness for the need to recycle and reuse composite materials, the designer Pavani Basavani,  as an innovator has attempted to develop a collection in unprecedented ways to repurpose material waste and push ahead with the green revolution.

 Stirring her creative juices, she has designed a beautiful collection by blending upcycling with fabric manipulation and embroidery.

The collection.. 

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