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Love can encourage anything in life. For designer Sheena Trivedi, being love served as a muse for her spring/summer 15 collection and a catalyst for production. "I recently got married actually-like two months ago," Trivedi explained. "Someone asked me what it's like to fall in love...it's kind of like getting struck by lightening but in a good way." The lightening theme carried out throughout the entire show. Lightening bolts were consistent accents to the majority of pieces.  Structured and sexy, as Trivedi repeatedly described, summed up the overall aesthetic of the line. She "flirted with different fabrics" including leather, organza, silk, linen, and even denim to create the desired appeal.  Trivedi went beyond the image of a bolt into the response to getting struck by lightening with hair and makeup. The music for the show also had passionate undertones.  Must-haves for the collection include the ivory Georgette blouse with black leather linen pants and the white kurta with brocade piping. The men's jackets also looked great.

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