First look: Reboot S/S ’16
Travellers, street style and geometry inspired designer Anuj Bhutani's latest outing
Comfort has always been an essential aspect of Anuj Bhutani’s label Reboot. It also remains a constant through his Spring/Summer 2016 line, where he’s employed raw silks, rayons, and cottons to make two-tone shirts and floaty dresses. His flair with menswear extends to unisex, oversized coats too.
“We are moving towards a progressive, subtle design aesthetic, where comfort is the focus,” says designer Anuj Bhutani. The inspiration comes from different sources: “Travellers, street style, people around us and geometry…”
You get a stronger sense of this through the lookbook, which was shot on the Delhi-Jaipur highway. “We wanted to get outdoors and explore the routes around us. And we found that the semi-urban, stark locations created a sense of contrast,” says Bhutani.
5 songs that sum up the mood of the collection:
Photographs: Jimmy Granger; Models: Priya Singh, Carol Humtsoe