Year after year we look forward to fashion week and a year and a half after this pandemic and let’s be honest, we miss fashion, we dress up and search for the best seats in the house to get the best photos to post on our social media. . Thank God for FDCI and LFW go phygital, which means that some of the programs, were carried out in the field with social distancing that was maintained and many of them were digital and, although I do not miss the races trying to find the network to do my work, yeah I miss sitting front row enjoying fashion. No matter how many times you attend a show, you will always experience this special feeling of joy. And as always, we want to show you some of our favorite looks from our favorite shows. Scroll for more information.
If you look back in time, you will surely notice that many of us have re-dressed to be comfortable. Day 1 is about to totally reinforce that these easy-to-wear silhouettes are here to stay. Naushad Ali focuses on timeless styles with details like retro collars and oversized loose shapes, dyed in earth tones. Shweta gupta SWGT shows the softness of cotton and the great fluidity of Chanderi fabric against the rough and stony landscape. What’s not to love about this asymmetrical dress with a cape-draped jacket? Hello by Sohaya Mishra play to their strengths with free-spirited styles, easy partings, flowing silhouettes, and deconstructed designs that encourage one to embrace the best of oneself. Arpita MehtaThe bridal collection is designed for an intimate wedding experience, but still boasts quiet luxury with its rich hues and ethereal hand-embroidered creations. Geisha designs Paras and Shalini It showed feminine, ruffled and flirty outfits where the ruffles and ruffles played a vital role. The 3D app and cute boleros on the bodice added an exciting element to the collection. JJ Valaya created a striking vision inspired by the Turks and is effortlessly displayed through his play with rich fabrics and jaw-dropping prints. Also, how fabulous is this deep cobalt color on this lehenga?
Tarun Tahiliani showed his passion for Indian textiles and handicrafts; is a master at adding contemporary flair to classic styles. Our favorite is this flawless ivory lehenga with intricate embroidery details that glide down the runway. What i loved The flower pot Which demonstrates the effortless gender fluidity of the entire collection, not to mention that even the fabrics and styles are easy, fluid, and trans-seasonal in nature. Troy Costa He is truly one of India’s star designers because he fully understands how to add value to the sometimes boring menswear styles we are used to. He plays with prints, styles and his impeccably fitted clothes would definitely add value to any man’s wardrobe. JADE by Monica and Karishma I really understand the concept of attention to detail, look how languidly that dupatta falls on the shoulders of the model resembling the movement of the wave. This gorgeous baby pink lehenga is definitely for the modern bride. Abhishek gupta brings nostalgia for her hometown of Benares to center stage with her focus on this traditional fabric and its jewel tones. The collection is packed with impeccable cuts, tailoring, and timeless pieces. Monisha jaising and Shweta Bachchan Nanda‘s MXS The collection is a fun and vibrant 80s disco inspired collection packed with loads of glitter. An electric color palette with a sporty twist stands out throughout this collection.
Cocccon featured his signature, organic silk peace garments in brilliant pops of color, 3D origami details, strategic cutouts and wire details. the Abraham and Thakore The collection showcases his design prowess with attention to details such as patchwork, hand stitching and appliqués that form the perfect base for these garments. Graphic patterns are cleverly combined with laid-back prints and silhouettes to create classic colors for timeless styles. Rina Singh‘s Eka Based on sublime visions of the countryside, the clothing is an overlay of masculine and feminine forms punctuated in earth tones with soft layers. The collection tells the story of love and longing and the need to slow down. This colorful and sustainable collection paid tribute to the past Satya paul who passed away earlier this year by Rajesh Pratap Singh. Boy was the show of a riot of colors with abstract patterns punctuated with the atmosphere of the 70s and 80s. The retro vibe of this show hit all the high notes and makes us fall in love all over again with the latest vision of the brand.
Nikita MhaisalkarThe resort’s clothing line was simple and glamorous, punctuated with abstract strokes, artistic lines, bold stripes, and Aztec motifs. Played with a lilac, magenta, eggplant, and brown palette and there’s an outfit for everyone. Pankaj and NidhiThe collection has a youthful vibe aimed at the modern, culture-conscious shopper. The selection of colors is vibrant, ranging from coral pink, terrain orange, sapphire navy blue, and lush green. The collection conveys feelings of wanderlust and nostalgic feelings of travel. The openwork lace and jacquard fabrics really added the element of luxury to this collection. Payal JainThe collection is a creative rhapsody of colors, handwoven fabrics and a medley of animal-inspired prints that come together in perfect harmony. It was a riot of flora and fauna inspired by jungle safaris, skimming the floor in maxi, kaftans and summer clothes that were highlighted by flowing shapes. the AK-OK tag by Anamika khanna The collection is relaxed and effortless with timeless quality. It is a collection that can go from day to night with minimal effort and that will make the user the center of attention. The fabric, the flow, the prints and the neutral tones with metallic touches and the style was just stunning.
NirmoohaThe collection had a crazy onslaught of bohemian touches with its free-spirited vibe, eclectic prints, and sherbet color palette. There was a dreamy quality to the collection due to the fabrics and draping styles. Nidhi yashaThe collection has the qualities of a rule-breaker with its experimental style and playful use of layers and fabrics. It’s a unique cocktail / nightwear take, to say the least. Ranna GillThe collection packs a punch with its vibrant use of colors, tribal and floral prints. It’s an effortless fusion of textures and prints and tells an offbeat tale of a mysterious getaway. It was an easy, upbeat, and fun-filled show. Gaurav gupta, the Lakmé Grand Absolute FinalThe designer showed off his impressive collection that screams greatness and pushes boundaries like never before. It has leveraged its strengths by playing with its iconic designs that are structured. Reusing ocean plastic waste in haute couture is exactly what one can expect from a master at his craft.
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