Day 5: Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015
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A surreal Grecian all-white set-up awaited a line-up of star-studded guests at Gaurav Gupta’s show. It began with black and white looks with a blend of sharp tailoring and fluid drapery. Ostentatious origami, dramatic ruffles, foil treatment and monochrome prints were highlights of the show. The futuristic silhouettes were refreshing against the beautiful antiquated backdrop.
Woven art prints in earthy hues on kaftans and tunics, gypsy jackets and myriad leheriya prints ruled the runway at Tarun Tahiliani’s show. The sultry drapes had us drooling.
Lace, chiffon, embroidery and bling…Neeta Lulla creates perfect looks for the modern Indian bride. From subtle ensembles, to heavy fabrics, contemporary cuts and traditional bridal wear, there’s something for every bride.
In an ode to mother nature, Vineet Rahul showcase a palette of exciting jackets and two-toned ensembles. Don’t miss the hints of marigold and beautifully embroidered parrots.
Clean line, pop colours and breezy silhouettes from Priyam Narayan are a go-to when it comes to dressing down and playing light.
Pastel tones, intricate embroidery and edgy modern cuts defined Divya Reddy’s collection. We love the Hyderabadi elements and the subtle use of pearls.
Sonaakshi Raaj’s signature bright colours and embroidery were the highlights of her collection.
Mayank Anand Shraddha Nigam
The army motifs and military shades ruled the ramp at Mayank Anand and Shraddha Nigam’s showcase. The minute detailing, tassels and metallic touches defined their collection.
Tailored overcoats and collared dresses with fruits and vegetables prints defined Aartivijay Gupta’s organic line (quite literally)!
A versatile collection ranging from trousers and jumpsuits to lehengas in subtle bling with sequins spotted at Ridhi Mehra’s.
Arpita Mehta wooed us with eccentric pieces in mirror work and beaten gold embroidery.
Anushree Reddy stays true to her signature style and brings an ethereal line-line up of bridal wear in pastels and embroidery on wispy chiffons. Adding that to our bucket list for a ‘fairy-tale wedding.’
Don’t miss all the buzz backstage:
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