The five-day long fashion fiesta comes to end and we’re having some major withdrawal issues thanks to all the great styles we’ve seen in the past few days. A burst of fun colours to unusual applique work; fun cuts and patterns to an overall gorgeous presentation, everything witnessed was just perfect. We’re reminiscing the styles and we’re taking you through our favourites just in case you missed any!
Chola | Farah Sanjana: Lover of asymmetrical styles and deconstruction? If yes, then Chola is the one for you. Exaggerated drapes to all things fuss-free, trust whimsical whites and grey to do the trick for you this spring/summer season.
A wind of freshness with tropical prints, feminine ruffles and melodramatic layers; our mood transformed with Farah Sanjana’s collections in just a few instances!
Divya Sheth | Amoh by Jade | SVA: Classic checks with a mix of colour play on easy-breezy kurtas and maxi dresses were spotted at Divya Sheth's show. The puffed sleeve blouse paired with a vibrant check saris took us back to vintage times!
Vibrant tones with mellow colours mixed with metallics stirred the runway and we’re not complaining. With princess sleeves, intricate embroidery and drapes to love, we’re game to revamp our party wear wardrobe with Amoh by Jade.
Did anyone say festive and weddings because SVA has got you covered! With embellished sherwanis for men and cold-shoulder silhouettes for women, be cocktail and wedding ready before everybody else.
MADSAMTINZIN: Fun drapes to all things feminine, MadSam TinZin presented a unique collection of modern silhouettes with a touch of their own and an update. Who doesn't love updated styles, after all? From pastels to vibrant hues, this label is your one-stop shop for every outfit that's on your mind!
Raw Mango | Rajesh Pratap Singh: With real woman walking down the runway wearing designer pieces by Raw Mango and Rajesh Pratap Singh, #TagFree curated by Kshitij Kankaria was one of our favourites.
Payal Singhal: Hair parted neatly to one side with Payal Singhal’s statement style, the runway was dominated with sequined and beaded silhouettes like capes, uneven and chic layerings, dhotis et cetera. With dramatic makeup and a set up so regal, the ramp redefined grand for us all over again!
Label Ritu Kumar: An array of prints used to design contemporary pieces, airy skirts to easy separates; Label Ritu Kumar teamed the elements that every modern day girl is eyeing. From metallic bomber jackets to off-shoulders, she got you the best of both worlds with accessories adding the oomph factor to your look.
Falguni and Shane Peacock: Eyeing a red carpet look? Well, this designer duo displayed a collection that’s exactly on your mind. High on drama and elegance, use of embellishments like sequins and crystals, and a colour palate that included nudes, reds, plums and blacks; Falguni and Shane Peacock just combined the right ingredients for a glamour look. Don’t miss on the sheer organza used to balance the jewel tones on the outfit.
Rara Avis by Sonal Verma: All that’s vibrant and fun belongs to Rara Avis by Sonal Verma. With a display of fun pop prints and colours, the show was one happy place to be in.
Urvashi Joneja: Defining spring summer season with pop colours and oversized sequin motifs, Urvashi Joneja’s ‘Boundary collection’ was an amalgamation of high waist skirts, peplums, pleated jackets and skirts et cetera. Just apt for your the upcoming holiday season, right?
Nishka Lulla: Let your wardrobe collection be dominated with summer loving pieces by Nishka Lulla. Consisting of chic dresses, flared blazers, sheer accents and crop tops, the ramp had an easy mood going on throughout.
Nupur Kanoi: A collection with two fun phases, one with intricate stone and bead work, and the other with vibrant tribal tones left us spellbound. It included a bit of contemporary with an ethnic touch and the classic atleisure pieces.
Swati Vijaivargie: Prints and stripes got pally over Swati Vijayvargie’s collections and we’re in love! From easy maxi dresses to crop tops and skirts, everything about her collection was worth the wait.
Divya Reddy: Divya Reddy’s princess collection titled ‘Shahzadi’ played host to outfits in different hues, highlighted with embroideries and embellishments. Inspired by the Mughal Royalty, the collection was nothing less than extravagant.
Khanijo: Edgy high waist pants and safari suits travelled through a colourful journey starting from earthy tones moving to ivories and metallic and finally to pastels. Boys, here’s something that would sway every girl away on Valentine’s Day.
Anushree Reddy: Statement florals picked and placed in silhouettes like loose tunics and off-shoulder dresses and gowns. Make summers beautiful this season with her soothing pastel collection adding on to it.
Vrisa: The innocence of floral embroideries never fail to impress, do they? Make this season all about pretty and hassle-free styles with Vrisa’s classic collection including empire cuts, loose tops, and dresses.
Paridhi Jaipuria | Jayanti Reddy: A varied collection including embroidered lehengas, draped kurtas and tunics with emphasis on playful ladylike nuances and cuts. A fresh festive spin on the ramp that was all sorts of beautiful.
Anita Dongre: Last and definitely, definitely not the least! Graced by the begum of Bollywood Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anita Dongre’s finale collection included pristine whites, beige, and oranges. Enhanced by sheer detailings and applique work; her collection was soothing and calm yet glamorous at the same time.
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