Apart from the runway, one thing everyone keeps an eye out for at fashion week is the street style. Everyone puts in that extra effort to keep their outfit in check because it’s not just celebrities who get that paparazzi treatment at fashion week. While many of the attendees do it just for the eyeballs, it’s the fashion stylists and editors who really put on outfits worth looking at,
If you’ve been following Lakmé Fashion Week this season, you’d notice that the last two days were bridal central! Sure there were a few designers (Antar Agni, Divyam Mehta, Wendell Rodricks) who put forward ready to wear separates like blazers, dresses and trousers. But sparkling lehengas, alternate saris and bejewelled cocktail gowns and dresses took centre stage.
We’re past the halfway mark ladies and gentlemen and things are definitely getting hot up in this Lakmé Fashion Week joint! Day 3 started off quite subtly with some more sustainable fashion from Indigene and moved on to bright colours and prints by Urvashi Joneja. Menswear designer Sahil Aneja hit all the right spots with his minimal collection and Gaurang’s ‘Chitravali’
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,
It’s finally here. The fashionable chaos that is Lakmé Fashion Week hit yesterday and it already feels like our heads are exploding with all the outfits we saw, just on day 1. As always, the week started with team GenNext bringing some fresh ideas to the table. While the palette was dark and dangerous at Rara Avis and 431_88,