Day 4 LFW kicked off with Anushree Reddy sending down the ramp dress after lovely dress in shades of the prettiest pastels. Feminine florals, gauzy sheers, and flowy silhouettes made up the entire collection, which was one of the loveliest we have witnessed at LFW Winter Festive so far. Showstopper Nargis Fakhri sashayed down the runway in the perfect lehenga for the bride’s engagement!
Soup by Sougat was all about saree drapes, sheer layering and a subtle color palette. We especially loved the crop tops, which had a mix of quirky quality and a dash of sportiness.
The DRVV collection was made up of knitwear drapes falling perfectly, flowy capes and quilted structured outfits. The color scheme was limited to greys, red and black.
Huemn by Pranav Mishra featured androgynous, oversized, sporty chic outfits in a color palette confined to the grey scale. Sheer panels and leather patched worked pretty nicely and layering was done correctly.
JADE by Monica and Karishma had a “Pakeezah” charm and delicacy thatwas palpable. The collection was extremely romantic, featuring exquisitely feminine lehengas. Another collection for the modern day bride to check out.
Payal Singhal’s collection was indo-western done right. Crop tops, saree and dhoti drapes and sheer layered skirts are a few of the many interesting features of this collection. The color palette was a pleasing balance of pastel shades with darker tones.
We simply loved the Lovebirds collection with all its super contemporary and uber-chic designs. Loose, semi-fitted silhouettes in neutral shades really made for a relaxed loungewear collection.
Shantanu and Nikhil lived up to expectations with a range of beautiful, “red carpet ready” gowns that featured their specialty drapes. The drapes fell perfectly like a Greek Goddess’ and the ruching details were neat. The colors were solid blues, reds and blacks balanced out with lighter neutrals.