Here are the highlights from Day 3 of LFW Winter Festive 2014.
Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika spelled out G-L-A-M, with all things Bling! The colors moved from muted to pleasing pastels and ruched tops and draped skirts in sheer fabrics were key features of this collection.
Ikai by Ragini Ahuja was sporty chic at its best. The collection featured bombers and track pants, the surface texturing done with leather over sheer.
Well tailored, structured and asymmetrical – these words easily define the Munkee See Munkee Doo collection for LFW. The color palette was a mix of red, black and white, with unconventional and asymmetrical hemlines.
Quirkbox more than lived up to its name and didn’t disappoint in the slightest. The color palette was vibrant and eclectic, the prints were Mumbai themed! Print on print layering in A-line silhouettes and fluid fabrics with patchwork prints looked very tasteful.
Ilk by Shikha and Vinita defined contemporary sporty chic, with the collection being extremely elegant. The color scheme, entirely made up of blues and greys, worked nicely for the sporty – timeless mergence that they were aiming for.