Of trendsetters and storytellers – here’s our breakdown of the best offerings from day four.
Fancy a trip to Turkey? Sonam & Paras Modi (SVA) took us to Turkey with their collection titled ‘Istanblu’ – their culturally rich heritage came to be the inspiration for their collection. Floor length jackets, draped lounge pants in hues of mint greens, blush pinks and deep blues, the models wore turbans that spoke of a decadent feel.
Sway with me: Anushree Reddy’s collection was a fun and musical delight with singer Kanika Kapoor opening the show and keeping us busy dancing in our seats. The models wore flared lehengas in rich hues with elegant blouses and sheer dupattas adorned with just the right amount of embroidery. We’re running over to Anushree’s for that next sangeet ensemble for sure!
Colour us happy: Spring has sprung with a posy of flowers on us with Ken Ferns swoon-worthy print offerings. We love a good floral print as much as the next girl, but when they are mixed up against unlikely elements, it just makes it even better.
Palace of mirrors: The historic ‘Sheesh Mahal’ proved to be the inspiration for Payal Singhal’s looks this season – models adorned in mirror-work and decadent embroidery, it was a royal feast for our eyes.
Ready-to-wear it now! Urvashi Joneja’s spinoff on classic silhouettes has us going crazy to get our hands on it – we loved the easy chic separates in summery hues and cut-work detailing.
Colour everywhere: We had a colourful day at LFW with yet another designer who jumped on the print-wagon – Neha Agarwal’s collection saw a slew of crop tops and skirts filled with Russian art-inspired prints. We need that babushka doll crop top in our lives!
Pankaj & Nidhi were the other lot of designers who wowed with their print-tastic collection. Their experiments with textures and silhouettes continue to surprise us each season.
We have our final instalment of highlights from the last day coming soon…fashion week isn’t over yet!