Day 2: Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015
Grassroots by Anita Dongre
Monochromes with a young vibe open the show at Anita Dongre’s ‘Grassroots’ line. The chocolate brown flatforms are sweeping us off our feet.
And that’s how it’s done. ‘Bodice at ease’ making a strong statement with comfortable wearable separates.
Varanasi Weaves by Ritu Kumar
Ritu Kumar enchants with the art of understated glamour, as always. The classic benarasi gets a makeover like never before!
Pella presents an interesting line up of easy separates with beautiful drapery in an all black line.
We love the bridal fever in full swing at Gaurang’s.
The greyscale was effectively complimented with occasional bursts of red. We approve of the loose silhouettes and boho undertones.
The pop colours, tassels and gypsy-like layering at Ka Sha’s showcase makes us positively giddy.
Florals can never go out of style, specially when they come in shades of indigo. For the wedding enthusiast, the patterns in beautiful shades of red will leave you spoilt for choice.
Vrisa by Rahul N Shikha
Printed ankle length kurtas at Vrisa. All you really need is a lot of ethnic.
Geometric patterns and prints continue to woo us on Day 2 at Swati Vijaivargie’s showcase.
Divya Sheth masters fusion wear with asymmetrical dresses, flared kurtas and whiff of gold.
Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti
Designer Shruti Sancheti took us for an oriental odyssey with her collection ‘Kaashi to Kyoto.’ Intricate embroidery and flowing silhouettes with a Japanese touch made the collection a contemporary affair.
Loom 1905 by Rinku Sobti
Embroidered lehengas and enriching textiles lit up the stage at Rinku Sobti’s showcase.
Swati and Sunaina
Swati and Sunaina’s collection of saris proudly showcased the beauty of traditional Benarasi weaves.
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