Day 4: Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015
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Monisha Jaising’s show was a party with all kinds of retro bling. There is an ensemble for every occasion this winter.
Fringes, frills, florals, sequined borders and vintage style headgear evoke nostalgia tinged with luxury at Nikasha.
Anand Kabra sent models traipsing in jumpsuits, sharara pants, lotus prints on maxis, floral embroidery and appliquéd overcoats. This one is for romantic winters and beyond.
Kanika Goyal showcases a chic line up of pantsuits, wool trims, satins, jumpers and overcoats with belt detailing. Winter-perfect we say!
Monochromes ruled at Kaleekal’s show with elongated sleeves, drawstring shirts and dresses.
Black reinstating its power at Arunima Majhi’s, elegant layering with smooth flowy silhouettes coupled with tailored separates.
Abstract prints, brush strokes and graphics intensify the equestrian mood on Masaba’s stage.
Ancient Jamdani weaving techniques on organic textiles ruled the runway at Urvashi Kaur. The designs and construction evolved into minimal silhouettes this season while maintaining the bohemian vibe of the brand.
Valliyan by Nitya Arora
Valliyan by Nitya Arora gave a dark and romantic twist to the nun with models dressed in sultry lace teamed with industrial jewellery. A beautiful blend of hard and soft with rustic tiaras, tasseled necklaces and belts, and tonnes of colourful gems.
Munkee.See.Munkee.Doo put the buzz buttons back on the fashion radar through slender tailored silhouettes, in sophisticated subdued colours.
Theorem by Nitin Chawla
Nitin Chawla’s collection for Theorem called ‘Opposites Attract’ was a fashionable contradiction on the ramp. With a slight androgynous touch, the collection was designed for the modern man and woman, whose wardrobe choices spill into each other’s.
Mrinalini Chandra’s collection ‘Mathematics of Sorts’ saw a creatively designed abacus, equations and numerals. Necklaces featuring geometric symbols and ear and hair accessories with jagged linked triangles – numbers never looked so stylish.