Lakme Fashion Week 2020, in a nutshell, can be described as larger-than-life everything. The glamorous seven-days served an onslaught of trends, which we definitely foresee seeping into our new-age closet. Think bohemian rhapsody (as seen on many collections), iridescent metallics, androgynous silhouettes and a gamut of other covetable trends. Since the shows were entirely phygital and virtual this year, many of the first sneak-peaks were seen on our favourite fashion bloggers. ICYMI, here are some of the best LFW looks featuring bloggers X designers that became a rage in no time (and left us STOKED for the shows).
Summiya Patni X Ridhi Mehra
Summiya Patni sports the seasons 'It' trend - bohemian - with this piece from Ridhi Mehra's LFW 2020 collection, Reflections. Since every modern outfit is incomplete without a pinch of ruffle, which has also become the designer's signature element, this printed pink anarkali set is quite a trend-setter. The stunning blogger paired this mirror-work-replete style with a stone-encrusted choker set, kundan kadaa and bangles, and the designer's signature embellished waist-belt.
Juhi Godambe X Ridhi Mehra
Pre-draped jumpsuits are taking over our contemporary wardrobe and this poppy red organza outfit by Ridhi Mehra elevates our love for them. The designer's LFW collection, termed Reflections, features more of bohemian-inspired elements which redefine a modern woman's festive closet. Juhi styled this classy cold-shoulder piece with the designer's signature waist-belt, pearl-drop earrings and an embellished clutch.
Natasha Luthra X Pink Peacock Couture
Icy-greys are those much-coveted hues that you need to include in your ethnic closet. We're especially crushing on this lehenga set by Pink Peacock Couture from their collection called Adorn, that is pre-approved by the gorgeous Natasha Luthra. We don't know what we love more about this style; the trendy organza ruffle detailing on the lehenga, the sequined corset blouse, or the chic cape. The influencer keeps the number as the star of the show by pairing sleek kundan hoops and a crystal-encrusted kadaa.
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Summiya Patni X Punit Balana
Summiya Patni raises the bar of ethnic-dressing with this pastel pink sharara set from Punit Balana's LFW collection, Muneer. The block-printed style is equal parts comfortable and stylish, marking it as our new go-to festive outfit. We love how the stunning blogger kept her look boho-chic by pairing beaded chandbaalis and dainty bracelets with the outfit.
Trishala Sikka and Shereen Sikka X Sukriti & Aakriti
Nothing says timeless like a versatile white kurta set featuring minimal detailing. Trishala and Shereen Sikka look like a vision in these picture-perfect styles from Sukriti & Aakriti. Since these ivory styles are from the Neo-Phulkari collection, they're inundated with the traditional phulkari work on sustainable fabrics. Keep it regal, just like the blogger sisters, in traditional jewellery.
Tina Kakkad X Sukriti & Aakriti
Tina Kakkad from The Image Code has an innately graceful personal style that leans toward minimal-yet-chic elements, which is why she looks absolutely ravishing in this white kurta sharara set by Sukriti & Aakriti. The designer's LFW collection, titled Neo-Phulkari, is all about the traditional phulkari threadwork with a modern spin. Tina styled her jewels that are in tandem with the outfit, with classic kundan and bead choker set.
Santoshi Shetty X Pankaj & Nidhi
Hop on to the half-tone trend bandwagon with Pankaj & Nidhi's coveted LFW collection dubbed Talisman. This chic polka-dot pant set has Santoshi's approval, and we can't wait to host a virtual meeting with this brown number. Neutral accessorizing is the key here, but if you wish to go a tad bit contemporary, take cues from the blogger and pair statement-making animal-outline jewellery.
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Aanam in Mishru
Pant-sarees? Yes please! Ace-blogger Aanam redefines the classic six-yards with this understated number featuring an oh-so-trending statement blouse by Mishru. The fabulous style is from their latest collection called The Lost Summer, which hit the ramp with much aplomb. Take notes from the influencer and let the uber-stylish piece do all the talking.
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