Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 – Day 2

Living in a world of all things textile, the sustainable fashion & Indian textiles day is the most anticipated day at Lakmé Fashion Week. The designers showcased a different perspective towards handlooms and Indian weaves as they celebrated fashion with home grown textiles as their primary concept.

The show opened with a black and red Assamese Mekhla Chador at Aagor by ANTS Craft, an NGO that empowers women of the Bodo tribe by giving them creative support. Yards of fabulous woven textiles were turned into stunning garments for the ramp. Making a show stopping entry was Bollywood star Sara Jane Dias in a slashed multicoloured skirt with a black blouse.

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Making a beautiful debut at the Lakme Fashion Week 2016 is Pranami Kalita’s label ‘Pariah by Pranami’ which was a visual treat on the catwalk. Bringing the beauty of Assam to centre stage, she worked wonders with Muga, Eri and Pat silk, all indigenous silks renowned in Assam. She gave a contemporary twist to the traditional Indian handloom by including weaved-in traditional Assamese motifs on crop tops, culottes, gowns and more. The models took to the ramp in beautiful capes, one-shoulder gowns, and off-the-shoulder dresses among others.

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Priyanka Ella Lorena Lama presented an interesting collection consisting of  invigorating lines and shapes that were hard to decipher. Her label P.E.L.L.A. showcased hand woven pure Eri silk, Jamdani, Cashmere and Pashmina all ideal for the coming season.

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Padmaja‘s collection, called the ‘Loom of my Mind’ brought the beauty of slow sustainable fashion to centre stage. The collection showcased the magic of handlooms that revealed the Maheshwar weavers’ expertise with specially woven fabrics that were highlighted with intricate detail and accuracy. The ensembles consisted of scarves in earthy colours along with fluid shapes that lent an element of ease to the collection.

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“Working Hours” from the label ‘The Runaway Bicycle’ by Preeti Verma pedalled fashionably as a debut at Lakme Fashion Week. The collection was youthful, relaxed, and portrayed a sense of freedom in fashion as it was inspired by different professions of the era gone by. The collection showcased the feminine-androgyny trend which was fresh, wholesome and colourful in Khadi and organic fabrics.

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The aesthetics of designers JasonAnshu for their label ‘The Small Shop’ had a vibrant painterly, whimsical, languid feel with sustainability being the highlight of the garments. Their collection of 12 ensembles called ‘Planet Love’ was a limited edition line that portrayed a fine balance between unique hand work and natural fabrics.

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The burst of colours and prints in Mayank Mansingh Kaul & Monisha Ahmed’s collections provided a much-needed relief from the sea of blacks and greys. Busy prints, sexy chiffons and tailored pieces took the runway by storm.

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Kallol Datta’s collection was filled with his trademark baggy silhouettes, velvet, polka dots and midnight blues. The designer’s creativity is so intense and innovative; it is a visual challenge to delve into his thinking process and figure out his extreme construction techniques and ideas.

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Alan Alexander Kaleekal’s collection, ‘Garçonne’ was a mix of sharp tailoring, conventional fits and interesting gender norms. This innovative but totally wearable women’s wear line consisted of elongated sleeves, raw-edges, delightful suits and separates for the anti-fit distressed theme.

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Pallavi Dhyani’s collection ‘Three’ was inspired by the beauty of imperfections in life. The collection consisted of samurai-style robes, blouse with pyjama-pants, colour blocked jumpsuit, pinstriped monochromatic jacket over a classic white kurta, an overcoat with crimson bandage wrapped around the waist, and a floor length loose fitted basic dress paired with a casual blazer layered on a calf length top teamed with pencil trousers. In terms of colour monochromatic colour-blocking was essential in the shades of  rose-gold, beige, caramel, monochrome and ruby red.

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Weaver’s Studio presented a collection of Indo-western silhouettes. The colour palette was very muted as a deep blue palette was juxtaposed with hints of red.

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Bina Rao for Creative Bee Foundation‘s collection titled Nuovo-eco-classic pays tribute to Indian crafts like block printing and hand painting. The women’s wear line consists of lots of florals and flares in warm hues of brown, red and ochre, giving it a bohemian theme. The ensembles include flared long skirts in raw silk in deep red and rust; overlap short blouse with embroidery and patchwork with Kalamkari motifs; dupattas woven in silk and painted with Kalamkari among other mesmerizing designs. The collection was semi formal and with minimal embellishments. Rao’s men’s collection included styles in classic brown and black in textured silks with block prints in natural dye.

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Winter festive is not complete without a little bit, or a lot, of bling! Hemant Agrawal‘s metallic & shimmery collection consisted of simple yet elegant shifts, dresses and saris. Without the use of printing or embroidery, the ‘heavy metal’ collection showcased a collection of ensemble created with zari or metallic yarn.

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Anavila is known for constructing simple and modern saris that not only look comfortable but have a classic touch to them. ‘The Sari In Us‘ by Anavila showcases how to nonchalantly pair the nine yards with sleeveless-cropped blazers and flimsy long coats. If power-dressing is all the rage, then this collection shows you how it’s done.

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Monaco Tourism presents Sanjay Garg’s label ‘Raw Mango‘, a metallic collection that consisted of lots of palazzos, well-tailored separates, and slip dresses in silk and long coats. A riot of colours appeared on the ramp as the ensembles glittered with motifs and weaves that thrilled fashion lovers.

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So that’s it for Day 2 of Lakmé Fashion Week 2016. I hope you guys enjoyed this post!

P.S. I was keen on doing future fashion week posts based on the trends, where I break down the trends from the entire day instead of writing collection reviews.
Let me know what you would like to read, in the comments below.

Until next time.
-XOXO Kreena

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 – Day 1

Day 1 of Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 kicked off with a new generation of the fashion design industry. The Gen Next show consists of 6 talented designers who showcase their designs on this platform for the first time.  Abhishek Paatni presented his collection called ‘WarfareXStreetfare‘ under the label ‘Nought One‘ which is premium wear line of prét and bespoke clothing. The next designer, Anupreet Sidhu’s label ‘Sidhu Ji’ was inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s painting ‘Starry Night over Rhone’. The collection was aimed at modern women who want to make a definite style statement. Diming Rubu’s collection ‘The Missing Piece’ for her label ‘Dming’ was aimed for the fashion conscious women in the age group 25-40 years.

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Gaurav Khanijo’s collection ‘Morpheus’ was inspired by the dragon fly. The collection consisted of vintage clothing and pleated herringbone wool pants which lent a contemporary twist to the otherwise traditional collection. Paridhi Jaipuria presented a sleek women’s wear line called ‘Bunai’. The collection featured Indian artisanship and the beautiful craft of hand weaving. She created a mélange of garments with a high level of craftsmanship that projected great urban work wear. Vaibhav Singh’s collection called ‘Hybrid’ was a line of sharply cut and tailored garments, which revealed minute detailing.

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Trapezoid’ by Schulen Fernandes for Wendell Rodricks, presented a unique collection for Indian women. The line was inspired by geometric cutting and was aimed at all levels of the female buyers. Pastel colors, sheer layers, trapezoidal geometric shapes, unconventional cuts, and metallic platforms are a few details we noticed in the collection.

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Karishma Shahani Khan’s label ‘Ka-Sha’ unveiled the ‘Navya’ collection inspired by aerial views of landscapes and by the geometry of organic natural objects. The collection featured her trademark layered, soft silhouettes with plenty of tassels and tie & dye patterns. The colour palette included primary and secondary shades like tangerine, indigo, mustard, berry, purple and red. The collection consisted of cropped jackets, an unusual spin on a sarees paired with blazers, and multi layered garments each topped with tasseled scarves.

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Myoho’ by Kiran and Meghna presented ‘Sandalwood’ a collection that resonated a romantic, nostalgic journey of the 1920’s fashion. Gathered skirts, lace hand-fans, ruffled and pleated edges, along with its’ vintage vibes set the 1920’s mood.

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Ujjawal Dubey’s ‘Antar-Agni’ label presented an all-black story with innovative construction techniques and simplicity. The essence of androgyny that was seen throughout the collection. The asymmetrical kurtas, draped baggy pants, deep necklines for men and geometrical separates for men and women created an understated but stylish collection.

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The Quirkbox label by Rixi Bhatia and Jayesh Sachdev presented the first ever mix of motion imagery, fashion and image mapping fashion show, shown in India. Quirkbox’s collection, ‘Madness’ displayed four garments along with face mapping, motion graphics and projections. It had a clash of prints, colours and metal structures with relaxed silhouettes along with a live installation where art was projected onto the garments in a very unique presentation technique.

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Nimish Shah’s collection titled ‘Housewives of Alibaug’ consisted of silhouettes which included sharp, clean cut ones as well as flowy, romantic ones. The collection oozed a subtle, conservative sexuality with minimal, single coloured, bold looks and printed ones in sandy hues.

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Atsu Sekhose’s collection was inspired by the Naga shawls.  He converted the black and white weave of the shawls into a graphic element with contemporary silhouettes, plunging necklines, sheer panels, shimmery embroidery, fringes and tassels, and high slits.

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Manish Malhotra’s collection consisted of modern silhouettes for a stylish, young bridal entourage. Also seen, were the designer’s signature resham threadwork, clustered sequins and intricate hand embroidery on dramatic trails and off-shoulder capes, alongside floral motifs. There was a contemporary twist on traditional garments; jacket-saris; lehengas paired with sheer crop blouses and draped dupattas on anarkalis.

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-XOXO Kreena

 

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 – Day 0

The much awaited Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016 kicked off to a grand show by Tarun Tahiliani along with Kangana Ranaut, as his showstopper. Tahiliani showcased his ready to wear collection inspired by sculptor Mrinalini Mukherjee’s life size hemp and cast bronze sculptures.
Here is the break down to this magnificent Winter Festive 2016 collection.

Designs – The collection consisted of organic motifs and abstract designs. Graphic textures and shading was the key to create a 3D feel on a digitally printed fabric, solely to give depth to the design and still keep the garment light and playful. Fringe was huge in his designs, from hemlines and sleeves to shoulders, tassels and fringes were seen on almost all of the pieces.
Garments – The collection consisted of kurtas, dhotis, kaftans, tunics, concept saris, shift dresses.
Silhouettes – Indian wear silhouettes with modern touches like cowls and capes.
Fabrics –  The collection was made of light, easy and breathable fabrics as the outfits cater to a no-nonsense style and comfort. The fabrics used were mostly jersey and textures in chanderi, soft net, Italian tulle, crepe georgette, micro pleated tulle and heavy crepe georgette.
Drapes – Ensembles using drapes such as cascades, cowl drapes and capes to showcase it’s elegance and fluidity.
Color palette – Celebrates earthy autumnal colors like cobalt blue, ravishing red, rust, deep olive, and charcoal
Textures – Tahiliani plays with textures in the form of woven textiles, embroidery, fringing, crochet, and prints that looked 3D, creating the illusion of texture.
Beauty – Experimented with the trendy glittery lips.

Enjoy this collage of my most adorned pieces from the collection!

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Until soon
-XOXO Kreena

 

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2013 – Day 4

The Indian Textile Day of Lakmé Fashion Week has always been my favorite day of the entire week as it cuts back on the chaos and drama and solely concentrates on the fabrics and detail of every outfit! The day kicked of with Shruti Sancheti‘s collection presented by Maharashtra State Handlooms. Her collection “Saaj,” a tribute to the weavers of India, consisted of lehengas, ghagra, anarkali, asymmetric kalidaars, saris, and jumpsuits. The color pallette consisted of bright colors like red, yellow and orange.

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Designer Soumitra Mondal‘s collection offered a contemporary line with links to strong traditional touches. He used dramatic colors like black, grey, indigo blue, yellow and maroon in order to give his outfits a clean cut image. The accessories and the embellished outfits were styled amazingly well.

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Gaurang Shah presented his colorful collection ‘Stridhan’ wrapped in the beautiful patola fabric from Patan, Gujrat. The Patola fabric is considered auspicious due to its usage in a woman’s marital journey. The collection was created within a unisex forum that included cothing items such as kurta, dhoti, sherwani, and turbans for men. While women’s wear consisted of anarkalis, lehengas, shararas, ghagras, saris and khadi dupattas in bright ikat print.

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Shravan Kumar‘s collection was my favorite from the entire day on the basis of the usage of different color pallets, silhouettes, fabrics and patterns (basically everything)! I love how he worked with white, grey, and pink with impeccable styling and drapping.

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Vivek Kumar‘s stunning line called “Kirtimukha” took the limelight when it came to embellishments and the color pallette. The concept of “Kirtimukha,” which means “protector deity and a threshold guardian has dual appearances,” was incorporated well in his collection.

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Manipur Handlooms in collaboration with Krishna Mehta was a fusion line impeccably crafted by the weavers of Imphal, Manipur. Fabrics like silk, wool and tweed were showcased in rich hues of crimson, orange, red, fuchsia, cobalt and purple. Long jackets, skirted dresses, flared tunics and the saris kept the silhouettes long and sophisticated.

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Rahul Mishra known as “Master of Reversible Chic” presented his collection “Sunehri,” which consisted of festive bridal wears. Fabric in shades of orange, red and yellow with motif of flowers like genda, gudhal and mogra were used to create the outfits. Long-sleeved collared blouses, shoulder pads, transparent fabrics, and belts which are not often seen in bridal wear were incorporated impeccably in his collection.

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Reliance Jewels presents Ritu Kumar‘s fantastic collection called “The Thunder Mountain and the Curling Vine” inspired by the natural beauty of the deep woods and the mountains of the Himalayan region. Her collection consisted of assymetric collars, capes, belts, ankle length leggings, kurti-dresses and other quirky elements. Gradually the show focused on bridal wear towards the end of the collection.

8-XOXO Kreena

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2013 – Day 3

Day 3 kicked off with Drvv By Dhruv Kapur’s collection which consisted of just black long drapes, zippers, and asymmetrical cuts. the collection didn’t boast any creative colours which seemed odd because I didn’t expect the day to start off with a monotone color pallette. But nonetheless it was a clean and crisp collection.

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Huemn By Pranav Mishra And Shyma Shetty was weird to say the least. Their collection consisted of x-ray images of a persons mouth printed all over the outfit.

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Square Loop By Kanika Sachdeva didn’t leave me disappointed as she showcased a variety of ensembles and accessories in her collection. This fuss free collection in earthy colors and the crisp bags got all the brownie points.

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Nupur Kanoi’s “Eccentricity Tour” inspired by the 70’s Boho chic embraced the  flower-power madness in a quirky collection. I’m in love with the off shoulder assymetric cape/cropped top, the colorful skirts, and the drappery. the usage of white tee’s and black colars emphasized the array of colors used in her collection.

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Payal Khandwala’s “A Fine Balance” was dedicated to the strong working woman. She worked with powerful colors like maroon, royal purple, yellow, olive and black. Several long skirts, embroidered jackets, jumpsuits, maxi dresses, cropped tops, striped pants and sheer fabrics were seen in the collection.

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Amit Aggarwal’s collection inspired by architectural structures was a very unique line. The sculpted construction due to moulding metal and drape in fine chiffon and jersey gave the collection a unique twist. He incorporated rigid structures with fragile transparency, which took the collection to another level.

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I simply adored the prints, head bands, color, and the silhouettes in Anita Dongre’s AND and Global Desi collection. This was one collection that made me say “I want that” as each model walked on the runway.

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Priya Kataaria Puri’s collection called “Fast and Curious” consisted of bold, daring cuts and drapes in vibrant colors. This collection was made for a vibrant festive holiday consisting of ready-to-wear, stylish outfits meant for the beach, parties and formal evenings.
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 “Wear Nothing But Gold” collection by Vikram Phadnis in collaboration with Pond’s Gold Radiance showcased an overdose of glitz, glamour and glitter. Karisma Kapoor, the face of Pond’s Gold Radiance, added shine to the collection as Vikram’s show stopper.
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-XOXO Kreena

Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2013 – Day 2

Day 2 kicked off with Karishma Shahani‘s collection “Maya”. The theme of the collection was very upbeat and with the use of bows, stars, quirky prints, and subtle embroidery, ‘Maya’ stood out amongst the pack.This playful collection consisted of layering of light weight fabrics, graphic prints, lace accents, and of course the added sneakers which pulled the look together effortlessly.

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Ken Fern‘s collection was a treat to watch! His collection consisted of peplum tops, corset style tops, peter pan collars, and graphic prints. The prints gave an autumn feel throughout the collection, and simple head gear on the models gave the audience added allegorical visuals towards his last name (Fern).

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Sneha Arora‘s army inspired collection “A Soldier Story” showcased simple A-line dresses, skirts and blazers in mehendi/khaki greens, dark browns, and burgandy colors. The tessellated soldier motif in a few crisp garments, socks and shoes, light scarves and straight silhouettes brought the theme together.

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Moving on to the not so great, and almost absurd collection- LittleShilpa‘s collection looked like a complete disaster to me. I didn’t understand what she was trying to put across with the out of the world accessories and over the top draping. Usually a designer will put all sorts of separate garments on one model and send her to the ramp, which can be later bought by customers individually. But even if you extract pieces from this collection, I highly doubt anyone would dare to wear these garments. Now don’t get me wrong- one can retort to my argument as saying “well it was the most creative collection of the lot” and you wouldn’t be wrong in your assesment. But there are certain maxims or principles designers attest to and one of them is the concept of “Good design is as little design as possible”. on top of that the designer must connect with the crowd on some level, but on the contrary the collection did not spark any desire to buy or wear any or all of the items displayed on stage.

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SOUP by Sougat Paul was a very unique collection. He played with fun textures, prints, and draping.The color pellete of yellows. browns and blues worked well in the color blocking and the impeccable finishing. The simple silhouettes and earthy tones took the collection to another level.

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Sailex‘s collection comprised of garments such as cropped tops, cut out dresses, jackets, gowns, and trousers made of the most luxurious fabrics in shades of peacock blue, purple, fuchsia and scarlet. This collection caught my eye due to the fact that he used cuts, drapes, textures impeccably.  I love the cobalt blue saree, and the cropped top and skirt duo (below) from his collection! Ahh, I want it!

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Shantanu Goenka‘s collection “Kruhun”, which means black in Kashmiri, was inspired by ancient India, Persia and Middle East.. His collection was extremely versatile – consisting of animal prints, textured brocades, Kashmiri work, embroidered yokes, and laser cuts, in sequined and velvet fabrics. His garments consisted of embroidered saris,  Anarkalis, asymmetric jackets,Jodhpuris and waistcoats, harem pants.
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Troy Costa’s collection, called “The London Eye” made me feel like watching the Great Gatsby all over again. With the Gatsby sound track playing in the back for the models to sashey down the runway added to the joy of watching his show. He incorporated sharp tailoring and color blocking where usage of lines was a major factor, with perfect detailing (notice the ties and the pocket squares below). His collection makes me feel like designing a mens wear collection one day.
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Rocky S‘s signature collection was marvelous! He used Lace, tulle, silk and velvet for his eye-catching, figure-hugging, and contour-gliding garments. Black and glitter are the perfect ingredients for a breathtaking collection, and he had mixed those two impeccably.
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– XOXO Kreena

Lakmé Fashion Week S/R 2013 – Day 5

The final day of Lakmé Fashion Week S/R 2013 started off with Kaabia and Sasha Grewal‘s collection called “The Retro Kinetic” which was ideal with all garments revealing beautiful designs and styles. Adding pendants to belts, bringing in thick stands for the neck, shoulder dusters and danglers for the ears, lipstick pendants, tassels on bracelets or chains, two brooches with connecting chains and the triple-belt-cum-necklace with beaded strands and matching earrings; the designers ensured that the pieces make great fashion statements.

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Nitya Arora’s jewellery and accessories consisted of semi-precious stones, glass, crystals, metal, acrylic, wood and rare materials combined with gold plated jewellery. Her collection “Summer of Love” showcased giant florals in multi coloured stones, tasselled belts, thick chockers, bunches of flowers, large daisy centres and floral necklaces which created the theme perfectly.

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“Dip, Dip, Dip, My Sunken Ship” by Yogesh Choudhary was inspired by the beauty of underwater life and ecology. Yogesh’s collection consisted of cute dresses, work wear and day wear in the form of corset belts, trendy hats, innovative jewellery, swimsuits in aqua prints, saris in orange with blue fish prints, asymmetric layered skirts and cropped tops. Large fish prints highlighted summer dresses, kaftans and saris.

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Pallavi Jaipur called “BUZZar” was a vibrant collection in hues and fabrics from the Jaipur’s Bazaars. Minis with heavily embroidered hemlines, colorful yokes and sleeves, swinging draped blouses, pants and the wide elephant midis with attached cape sharks were some of the things we saw on the ramp. Colour mixes were apparent for the garment as red / pink was vibrant for toga draped with gold belt, a pink / navy shaded georgette saree and a navy / red gown with gold embroidery on cuffs and hem created vibrant story. Pallavi’s show stopper, Mandira Bedi glided down the ramp in a lit bangle encrusted bikini top and skirt teamed with Glittering tights.

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Pooja Kapoor wove a story around beautifully tailored outfits into her collection inspired by the warrior priestess. The colours remained neutral with white, yellow and brown for the fusion range that comprised dresses, tunics, skirts and saris. Embellishments created striking highlights on the garments as ribbons, riveting; block prints along with sharp patterns were merged with origami shapes. Crinkle cotton skirts with mini folds layered bustier, flouncy minis with gold studs on ribbons or metal rings, peplum jackets with crushed cotton maxi skirt, woven matt asymmetric tops and origami collar for mini’s were some of the outfits we saw on the runway.

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Archana Kochhar’s collection called “Mumbai Checkmate” gave us a visual treat with colourful tyres and a bicycle with dabbas on the ramp with music to go along with theme. We saw tiny embroidered latkans, fitting jumpsuits, voluminous kaftans, gowns, flowing dhoti style pants, floor length Anarkalis, sheer patio pants, clinging body suits in a vibrant colour palette with neon yellow, electric orange and candy pink highlighting the ensembles. Embellishments were varied as neon cut outs, appliqués and cutwork along with crystal dust provided the sparkle on the creation. The show stoppers were Shazahn Padamsee in a voluminous lehenga, choli and elaborate dupatta and the very stylish Prabhu Deva wearing a shaded brown/grey jacket grooved down the ramp to the beat of the band.

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Shantanu and Nikhil collection called “The Tourist” aimed at the global jet setter – the stage set was an airport terminal and very apt for the striking line-up of apparel. Women‘s wear was restricted to pencil skirts and sheath dresses, with a few jersey blouses, draped dresses, peplum tops, draped jersey gowns and jumpsuits. Men‘s wear was strictly business wear – two single-button jackets or double breast styles. Pin dots and motifs were seen on jackets or full suits. Trousers were fitted, bermudas with ankle length wide bottoms, waistcoats, draped T-shirts, cross-over vests, monogrammed blazers, draped knit kurtas, stylish sherwanis, long coats and lots of bandhgala for easy comfort completed the look.

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Delicious cool, yummy, irresistible – are just a few adjectives that can describe the sensational Grand Finale collection presented by Namrata Joshipura, to end the Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2013 season. Cutwork was the basis of the collection, while the silhouettes were figure hugging with pencil skirts, blazers, sheaths, hot pants, gowns, lycra tops, jumpsuits and shirts; but volume was reserved for neon pink pleated palazzos and a sexy orange flared mini skirt. Tiny collars appeared for shirts, blouses, dresses and even gowns, piping was subtle. The beauty of the laser cuts and lacy fabrics was further highlighted by the contrast lining under the skirts, dresses and pants. 3D embellishment was often seen on bustiers, skirts and dresses in contrasting pop tints. Namrata’s stunning showstoppers Kareena Kapoor glided down the runway in a glittering pop pink pantsuit and shirt.

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All in all, Lakme Fashion Week S/R 2013 was a unique, quirky and definitely a trend setting event. With collared sarees to ear cuffs and floral prints to flowy fabrics, we have tons of new things to try this season. So get going and start experimenting. I hope you guys enjoyed the coverage of this seasons fashion week on my blog and I appreciate that you guys stopped by to read the posts. Thank you 🙂

I would like to inform you that all the pictures used in this post are from Lakmé Fashion Week’s official website and the picture editing is done by Livemodish.

– XOXO Kreena