For years, day 2 at Lakmé Fashion Week has been termed as sustainable fashion day. Designers showcase their innovative use of Indian textiles, traditional techniques and intricate silhouettes. The day started with five Paramparik Karigar craftsmen who were teamed up with five talented designers showcasing handloom textiles.
Akaaro, Chola, Anuj Bhutani, Doodlage and Sunita Shankar all had silhouettes that were too cool for school, all made consciously. Day two ended with Anavila Misra’s much-awaited saris. Every year she manages to add a new dimension to her drapes and this year was no different.
Scroll through some of our favourites from day 2 at fashion week: