India, Sept. 24 -- Shot at the gilded 18th-century State Central Library in Mumbai, which is flanked by pristine white pillars and staircase, was emblematic of designer Kunal Rawal's neo-vintage couture collection titled Hide & Seek, showcased at the India Couture Week organised by the Fashion Design Council of India in association with Hindustan Times.

Keeping up with the present circumstances where re-wearing garments, seasonless fashion and timeless fuss-free pieces are reigning the fashion radar, Rawal's collection saw the trend aped in shirts teamed with bandhgalas, blazers layered over kurtas, cropped embroidered jackets over dhotis and kurtas. However, he stuck to his aesthetics of men in tone-on-tone looks. What took the collection...