Althea Krishna is an Indian fashion designer a charming, warm persona, an iconic fashion entity who is beginning to carve a niche in the large industry of fashion. Her line of designer clothing is sold under her own label “Althea Krishna”. Althea has completed fashion diploma from Hamstech Institute, Hyderabad and has created a métier for herself in fusion, contemporary and bridal wear using exquisite Indian embroidery leveraging Gota, Mirror, Zardosi, Bead and Thread work.
Her signature style – a combination of traditional Indian aesthetics and current flair epitomized by lightweight fabrics and brightened by vibrant, quirky prints – were an instant hit at the recently held Lakmé Fashion Week-Summer Resort 2017. Althea’s designs are also distinctive for their modern, sleek as well as vintage look, pops of colors and fusion of fabrics blended well with concepts that are trending. Always wanting to grow, Althea’s collections takes inspiration from current locales – both new and old. Utmost care is taken by Althea while picking her fabrics and getting them weaved in perfect color combination which brings out the best in the woman wearing it. She comes up with timeless fashion for pret, bridal wear and couture, and is very quick in tapping the heart of the market.
Clothes are worn depending on the moods, ambitions, desires, the times we live in … Althea Krishna has precisely tapped into the current scenario DEMONETISATION … or “Quirky note”… the no longer in use ₹1000 and ₹500 money print embossed on fabric combination of organic cotton weft and Tussar silk warp, which is being showcased at the “Lakme Fashion Week – “Summer Spring Resort”. It a keepsake collection … Pleasing to the eye and cool to wear and also focuses on ease and comfort. Altheas aforementioned DEMONETISATION Clothing Line was a runaway success amidst all big timers.
Apart from the sensual and raving Demonetisation Clothing Line … Althea passion for blending fabrics and attempt to glorify and impose the vibrant colors of bangles on a fabric that twirls around a woman to enhance her feminine beauty is also seen, visualised and personified in her collection “Brazaletta” inspired by the poem “Bangle Sellers” by the Nightingale of India, Smt. Sarojini Naidu. Bangles in vivid colors exemplify and depict the strength, love, compassion, purity, glory and freedom in a women’s life.