Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2014 Day 5

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

PALLAVI SINGHEE’S COLLECTION WAS AIMED AT MAKING WOMEN LOOK GORGEOUS AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014

“J’aime La Vie” – I Love Life” was the title of Pallavi Singhee’s collection from her label “Verb” at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014. The designer’s aim was to make women gorgeous, which Pallavi’s ensembles succeeded without a doubt as the models strutted down the ramp in a variety of garments. 
From stylish day wear ideal for a lunch appointment, to practical black and white skirts and shirts, the collection moved to formal dresses and slinky pencil skirts. There was a mélange of options for the fashionable lady. She could wear cute shirt dresses for an afternoon brunch or go for cropped tops over high waist full skirts. 
Pallavi Singhee
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Pallavi Singhee
For something more dramatic a sheer black lace and organza number, with silk trims and sporty ribbed detailing will get the lady ample compliments. Sleek figure hugging midi skirts could also add excitement to a fashionista’s wardrobe.
Pallavi Singhee
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The colour card was restricted to blue, beige and black for the semiformal and formal wear that will be just right for the festive season. Organza, tulle, crepe, lace and knit added to the style and construction of the ensembles
Appliqués and stunning embellishments appeared regularly for the pants, jackets, dresses, tops and gowns; to add a fragile touch to the clothes.
Pallavi Singhee
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Pallavi Singhee

Particularly striking was the beige cutwork embroidered maxi, black asymmetric embellished shirt, black organza cutwork lace pencil skirt and the embroidered tie and dye pencil dress.
For the woman who “J’aime La Vie” then Pallavi Singhee’s collection of the same name will create a fashionable life she will love.

“AN ODE TO INDIGO” WAS A STYLISH VIBRANT COLLECTION PRESENTED BY PRIYADARSHINI RAO AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014

Picking a strong colour, Priyadarshini Rao presented a stylish vibrant collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014. “An Ode to Indigo” was a simple title for her line of garments, which played creatively with the many hues, shades and tones of indigo to display an entire collection. 
At times, hints of tangerine and fuchsia made a surprise appearance amongst the pale sky blue, porcelain green, jade, teal, emerald, turquoise, Prussian, cobalt, navy and midnight.
Priyadarshini Rao
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Priyadarshini Rao
Reviving silhouettes from the 1920’s, featuring midis with fluid “A” line and trapeze shapes, Priyadarshini put an emphasis on the detailed hemlines, which were asymmetric and layered to match the theme of the show. The base was dyed silks, Chanderis, chiffons, georgettes, chikankari and brocade georgettes with small accents of antique embroidery and tissue.
Paisleys, ditzy florals, blooms and organic geometrics added to the flavour of the collection. Layering was the constant factor of the fusion clothes as three or more ensembles came together seamlessly for a stylish impact. 
Priyadarshini Rao
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Priyadarshini Rao

Sheer tunics were matched with maxis and dresses, which were combined with fluid pants. Over-dresses added panaché to long crinkled creations along with pinafores and maxis with pleated bodice worn with sheer shirts. Multi-tiered and coloured kurtas covers and skirts along with vertically panelled maxis were comfy outfits.
Priyadarshini Rao
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Priyadarshini Rao

Not forgetting the ethnic dresser, Priyadarshini had saris and lehengas teamed with soft unstructured jackets that nearly swayed around the ankles of the graceful models. 
Priyadarshini Rao
http://aquaintperspective.blogspot.in/, Priyadarshini Rao

Ending the show with slim lehengas, cholis and dupattas, Priyadarshini gave perfect east/west options to dressers globally.
Accessories were limited to slim long chains, gold Mary Jane shoes and coloured stockings.
For an impactful fashion statement, Priyadarshini Rao’s “An Ode to Indigo” was the perfect collection for the coming season.

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