Ten great looks from Wills Fashion Week 10 Photos . Updated: 31 Mar 2014, 05:28 PM IST Livemint Ten top looks from the Wills Lifestyle Fashion Wee... moreTen top looks from the Wills Lifestyle Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014 that concluded in Delhi recently. 1/101. Tarun Tahiliani’s luscious emerald ensemble mixed contemporary separates with dhoti and lungi-inspired pants paired with an ombre kurta. Photos: Wills Fashion Week 2/102. Wild silks like Eri, Muga and Tussar in shades of Khaki and black sourced from various regions and woven in weaving clusters as varied as Andhra Pradesh and Banaras were styled with an oriental aesthetic. This is India Modern. 3/103. Black Lovers Anonymous, an intense black collection with accents by Mrinalini told a story inspired by Kashmir in a dark-comic style. 4/104. Pankaj and Nidhi’s House of Cards collection inspired by card games in Imperial China that made their way to Spain and Portugal had beautifully worked uneven patterns of Spades, Hearts, Flowers and Diamonds. An evening collection with a sense of humour. 5/105. Inspired by an average family’s clothes line, Archana Rao, the winner of the Vogue Fashion Fund Award 2014 sent out beautiful looks some with overexposed floral patterns, others with plain but stylish Gingham shirts. 6/106. Inspired by the next revolution in human science and intense research in neurological connects, finale designer Namrata Joshipura sent out models in mohawk head gears and sassy, modern collections, each piece a stand out. 7/107. Spring is here, can winter be far behind? The seasons got wrapped up together as Aneeth Arora’s indigo, white and red, multi-layered very winter collection walked down. Good clothes, beautiful silhouettes, easy to wear and wash fabrics. 8/108. Rahul Mishra sent out his Woolmark collection, an extraordinary coming together of zardozi embroidery done with wool on a specially crafted fabric that combined 80% of Merino Wool with Chanderi silk. 9/109. Arjun Saluja’s collection ‘Lahore, a maili chadar’ traced the decadent city of Pakistan as a tapestry of time fragments, of friends (and identities) lost and found. The silhouettes were modern without being fierce, nostalgic without sagging with the burden of pastness. 10/1010. Inspired by the tattoos and costumes of the Maori tribe of New Zealand, designer Nachiket Barve stepped out of the comfort zone of his creative impulse--namely a devotion of the conventional “pretty” and found an attractive cross between tough and soft looks.