Day 3: Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015 | Verve Magazine
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August 28, 2015

Day 3: Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015

Compiled by Tanisha Choudhury and Saumya Sinha. Images courtesy of Prateek Patel and Lakme Fashion Week

Catch the complete lowdown of all the happenings and hottest offerings…straight off the runway

Celeb Spotting:
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Namrata Joshipura

Namrata Joshipura explores new dimensions with wearable tech-bodysuits and accessories with battery powered fairy lights. The looks progressed from retro silhouettes and psychedelic prints and moved on to holographic sultry gowns and jumpsuits.

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Nachiket Barve

Studded boxy silhouettes, floor sweeping gowns and bold prints were seen at Nachiket Barve’s ‘Chiaroscuro’ collection.

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Rishta by Arjun Saluja

Yet again, black ruled the runway, at Rishta by Arjun Saluja. Strong, lust-worthy tailored pieces defined the collection.

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Ikai by Ragini Ahuja

Fringe, wool and tasseled jackets in monochromes and greys at Ikai’s minimal line. Beautifully set up in a rustic vintage ambience.


Monochromes with a touch of bright red and plenty of nouveau silhouettes at am:pm.

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Rara Avis

Pristine silks, decadent embellishments and retro silhouettes were seen at Rara Avis. The luscious leather bags and jewellery will make a gorgeous globetrotter this winter.

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Dhruv Kapoor

Dhruv Kapoor made his anti-establishment statement with luxe sweatshirts, trench coats, denims and furs.


Edgy minimalism, sharp tailoring and warm fuzzies at Selvage will make it a sumptuous winter.

Narendra Kumar

Back with a bang! Narendra Kumar presents sharp tailoured suits for men and flowy kurtas that are light as air, in sequins and embroidered motifs. From weddings to cocktail evenings, look no further!

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Amalraj Sengupta

Mechanical motifs, overload of zippers, and jet black bombers – Amalraj Sengupta’s collection was everything the end of the world would look like. We’re all game for the gas masks.

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Khem by Prem Kumar

Beautifully printed capes were the highlight of Khem by Prem Kumar. The colour palette ranged from blues to blacks, making it a perfect pick for evening wear.


Dark and decadent, Antar-Agni showed a catalogue of raw ensembles in charcoaled hues.

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Urvashi Joneja

A melting pot of colours, linear geometric prints and embroidered silhouettes defined Urvashi Joneja’s collection. The texture play was strategic and impeccable.

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 Stephany DSouza

The fluidity of the wispy chiffons and delicious colours from Stephany DSouza’s collection make us want to head to the beach already!

Armaan Aiman

Intricate embroidery, impeccable construction and sporty silhouettes were seen at Armaan Aiman.

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Don’t miss all the buzz backstage: 

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