Street style fashion is associated with individuality and self-expression. It depicts how a person presents themselves off-screen as well as adapting and utilizing the subcultural styles. Street style can vary from chic to full-blown extravaganza but it mostly revolves around comfort.
Street style has always existed even when people didn’t know what fashion was but it was given the name and identity, “street style” in the mid-1950s and since then hundreds of trends have been pioneered all over the world with their own definition of street styling. During the pandemic, the lockdown was enabled. It was rare to see anyone on the streets, but in the past few months, celebrities have been presenting their A-game and creating casually chic trends that you need to add to your collection ASAP.
We contacted two exceptionally talented Indian designers to give their opinion on these trends and about their significance in the fashion world. For the first three trends we got in touch with Sana Shah Bhattad, creative designer at ‘The Circus’ who recently launched her tennis-inspired fashion line, ‘Mixed Doubles’. While for the last two trends, there is fashion designer, Shruti Sancheti giving her two cents. Shruti is known for giving a contemporary edge on traditional ensembles and who recently launched her pret collection, ‘Pinnacle’.