Dhruv & Pallavi have a festive approach to Spring Summer 2012. The models walked in with earthen lamps in their hands celebrating life and the surroundings. A warm sense of well-being was depicted and highlighted. Silhouettes were very ethnic and tastefully spread over with a palette of white, blue and green. The surfaces were a mix of transparent and opaque mediums. The indigenous shapes were true to heart and were combined with intricate detailing. Very often there were tassels to add a sense of symmetry. The symmetry was consistent with the use of dupattas and hair accessories.
Multiple panels made the collection look rich. One could see an amicable use of blue with white and green with blue. The hemlines were highlighted with crotchet scalloped laces in white and contrast velvet borders.
The embroideries were used in a very powerful and selective manner. They highlighted the empire-lines and waist-lines, which in turn accentuated the spirit of feminism.