Lakme' Fashion Week Summer Resort Day 4 Part 1

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

ANUSHREE REDDY UNVEILED HER ROYAL COURTYARD BRIDAL COLLECTION AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

21 March 2015, Mumbai: Making every girl’s dream of a regal bridal trousseau come true, Hyderabad based designer Anushree Reddy unveiled her stunning “The Royal Courtyard” collection at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015. After her debut at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2013, Anushree Reddy has been the most popular brand.
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To the rocking singing of popular Bollywood numbers by award winning songstress Kanika Kapoor who kept the tempo upbeat, the models glided down the ramp.
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It was a celebration of elegance and a tryst with royalty when Anushree recreated the glamour of opulence and grandeur associated with Nizams.
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Anushree offered a feast of wedding lehengas, cholis and dupattas in fragile net with lush embroidery and mind boggling colours that created magic on the ramp. The fiery red/pink lehenga was the opening number that left the audience breathless. The embellishments glittered on the hemline and the swirling lehengas at times featured twinkling brocade lining under them. Pleating in contrast tones looked superb on a white voluminous lehenga; while a gentle floral print covered an occasional beauty.
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Weaving her stunning creations around soft peach, light pink, warm blush and caramel tones, Anushree selected georgettes, silks and sheer tulles to add glamour. Embroidery was the foundation of the creations but used discreetly. Zardosi was blended with beading and twinkling crystals with shimmering gold and antique metallic silver.
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Looking stunning in a shocking pink lehenga with gorgeous, gold necklace design embroidery and gold choli, beautiful Ileana D’Cruz swayed down the ramp.
Merging effortlessly Indian traditions with contemporary glamour, Anushree Reddy’s “The Royal Courtyard” collection will turn any girl into a gorgeous blushing bride.

ROYAL TOUCHES WERE AT THE FOREFRONT OF ARPITA MEHTA’S REGAL COLLECTION AT LAKMÉ FASHOIN WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
A collection with touches of royalty is always coveted by stylish women. Arpita Mehta’s “The Royal Summer Affair” at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Report 2015 was a scintillating presentation of glamour and style.
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It was an ethereal collection where ethnic silhouettes were highlighted by the sensuous lines of cream and nude, with splashes of bright pop tones like royal pink, indigo, lime green and peachy coral.
The symphony in nude net was a vision of beauty with the first entry of a lehenga with sequinned peplum blouse. What followed were more stunners in the same hue with tulle being the cynosure of the collection. A textured sari was teamed with the tiniest of bikini tops; but ponchos with shorts had embroidered edges.
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A will-power net gown was a visual dream and the net kurta with shararas was outstanding. The off-shoulder embroidered mini with drop sleeves, the cape and frocks with net dhotis were interesting accompaniments.
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With layered sheer fabrics adding to the mood of the collection, Arpita ensured that the appliquéd mirrorwork flowers as well as the innovative geometric georgettes and gota designs added to the regal appearance of the creations. To complete a further touch of elegance to her collection, Arpita launched her limited edition line of handmade embroidered shoes called “Bedazzle”.
The showstopper was the gorgeous statuesque Esha Gupta who looked breathtaking in a layered flesh coloured embroidered gown with a seductive thigh high slit.
Formal wear never looked more enticing and inviting than Arpita Mehta’s “The Royal Summer Affair” collection.

SVA BY SONAM AND PARAS MODI RECREATED THE COLOURS OF TURKEY FOR SUMMER WEDDING WEAR AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

The grandeur and colours of Turkey were brought on the ramp by Sonam and Paras Modi of SVA with their collection “Istanblu” at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Motifs from the Asil harems, intricate carvings of the Topkapi palace, Blue Mosque and the hues of the Bosphorus, came alive through the creations. The colour palette matched the theme as off-white, old rose, mint, burnt orange, midnight blue and gold were the rich hues that covered silk, tulle, cotton, brocade and handwoven weaves.
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Intricate embellishments revolved around zardosi, pita and aari in various gold tones featuring the Saksi (flower pot in Turkish) embroidery which appeared on most of the garments. Laser cutting and printing further highlighted the collection.
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For women’s wear, the pair offered long jackets, boleros, draped pants with ankle accents, sexy mini kurtas, cropped tops, lehengas and the traditional sari. A great innovation was the draped Origami lounge pants ideal for cool summer festive wear, which could be teamed with various coordinates by both sexes.
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For men’s wear there were enough wedding wear options that ranged from traditional Bandgalas, kurtas to summer jackets. Here the designing duo introduced the “Shacket” a shirt-cum-jacket combo created by SVA, which could be ideal for casual and formal summer weddings.
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When it comes to formal glamour for HIM and HER, “Istanblu” by SVA the label from Sonam and Paras Modi will give that exclusive international flavour.

Rimi Nayak, Ken Ferns and Surya Sarkar showcased their stylish visions at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015

DESIGNER RIMI NAYAK DELVED INTO UNCHARTERED TERRITORY AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015.

Mumbai 21 March, 2015: Universally inspired, Rimi Nayak made travel around the globe more chic with her collection 'Unchartered Land' at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/ Resort 2015.
Cartography was the main idea reflected on the clothing line as the models strutted their stuff down the runway. Cartography, the art of making maps, is an age-old technique, which was represented in the collection graphically and through a plethora of interwoven webs like intricate surface embellishment techniques, that provided a base for the theme.
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The print was exclusively designed with a Bengali typeface and designer Rimi Nayak developed the graphical artwork.  The exclusive design pattern and characteristics were combined into bold colour palettes and geometrical shapes to give birth to an abstract collection of maps.
 Classy silhouettes came alive in various hand-crafted techniques like batik, cutwork, thread-texturing and hand-embroidery. Long resort-wear dresses, draped jackets, summer tunics, trousers and tops along with flared gowns formed the necessities of the silhouettes. Fabrics like georgette, crépe, handloom cotton along with satin in shades of blue and green were prominently featured in the collection.
A spectacular drape that impressed was the sky blue suit dress that featured full sleeves and pockets. Apparel that stood out was the boldly coloured sari with a navy blue base and mottled pallav.
'Unchartered Land' by Rimi Nayak made clear yet again as to who runs the world? Girls!

KEN FERNS INDUCED A PSYCHEDELIC TRANCE AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
One of India's popular young designer, Ken Ferns took the awaiting audience on a journey of hallucinations, visions and broken memories with his collection, poetically called 'The Eternal Sleep'.
Ken's collection was a dream-like interpretation that radiated a psychotropic vibe through the course of the show. He conceptualised the flower, Poppy from colour to cut. Poppies have been used as a symbol of sleep, peace and even death through the ages. In ancient Greek and Roman myths, poppies were used as offerings to the dead and were placed on tombstones to symbolize eternal sleep.
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Using a combination of flowing textured materials like luxurious crépe, georgette, organza and specially sourced and imported suiting fabrics, the designer breathed life into the flower like qualities of the collection.
Ken incorporated a monochromatic feel to his collection with tones like black, white, poppy red and blue. A particular garment that was interestingly constructed had the cut-out sweetheart corset conjoined with a pencil skirt and a sheer cropped jacket draped over it. Here was contemporary fashion at its best.
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Indian television actor and host, Karan Tacker looked spectacular in a Ken Ferns creation as he ramp walked wearing a monochromatic suit with a crisp white shirt and embellished buttons. 
Chic and contemporary, 'The Eternal Sleep' by Ken Ferns was ideal for any fashion conscious individual who wanted to make a statement that was unique.

SURYA SARKAR OPENED THE GATES TO 'HEAVEN'S GARDEN' AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015.
Designer Surya Sarkar tapped into the illusions of one's mind with his latest collection 'Heaven's Garden' at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/ Resort 2015.
Surya believed that heaven in reality is the imagination of an extreme illusion and made up differently for different people. His interpretation of heaven included tons of white and flowing garments symbolising a pureness that was unreal.
Graceful and poised, the collection was a symbol of hope and acceptance and gave an angel-like quality to the entire line. The garments had a timeless silhouette that flattered women and their bodies.
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Colours included neutral tensions like ivory-white, offset with bold patterns that helped to ornate the look of the new collection. Giving the garments a finishing touch, were natural beauty elements like flowers, leaves, birds and lions which gave a 3D outlook on the whole.
A white artistically structured playsuit with 3D motifs was a sight to behold on the platform along with a Chinese collared sleeveless fishtailed gown with an exceptionally long trail that swept the audience of their feet.
'Heaven's Garden' was a state-of-the-art collection by Surya Sarkar which was one to look out for.

Kanikka Salluja and Payal Singhal presented their distinct style statements at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015

IIKA FOR ANAIIKKA BY KANIKKA SALLUJA BROUGHT A STYLISH REVELATION ON THE RAMP AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
Mumbai, 21 March 2015: "Revelation IIKA" for the Anaiikka label by Kanikka Salluja brought a stylish revolution at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015. It was the birth of the new Indian woman that inspired Kanikka's creativity and the very strong but stylish presentation on the runway.
The fabric choice was just high graded silk but the colours were striking and glamorous as flesh, salmon, sinduri, teal, Neel blue and tulsi green breathed life into the stunning ensembles.
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The silhouettes had to match the feminine aggressive mood of the collection so Kanikka unleashed her version of the warrior sari, fish tail lehengas worn with cropped warrior blouses and shrugs, dhoti pants and tiny fitted tops.
Mirror work featured regularly for the pleated creations, the dhoti sari with leather bustier, green peplum blouse with satin skirt and electric blue net kurta over harem pants.
Shararas were teamed with draped sari, while a turquoise blue lehenga looked stunning with a shirt-tail long sleeve blouse. The glittering peplum bustier and sari, dhoti cowl pants, a mini-cum-maxi asymmetric skirt and draped melon gown followed the theme. The purple tulip skirt with embroidered pants and flared bolero with column gown completed the fierce line of women's wear.
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Ending the show was the talented newcomer Akshara Hasan, star of the movie "Shamitabh" who slowly moved down the ramp in a very elaborate white net warrior queen gown encrusted with silver and intense matching jewellery.
Fierce fashion never looked more striking, stunning and visually arresting as "Revelation IIKA" for Anaiikka by Kanikka Salluja's collection did.

THE PALACE OF MIRRORS COLLECTION BY PAYAL SINGHAL WAS A SHIMMERING OFFERING AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
The shimmer and shine of the "Palace of Mirrors" collection inspired by the Sheesh Mahal in Amer Fort in Rajasthan, was a glittering presentation by Payal Singhal at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Giving her creative, modern, interpretation of the intricate patterns and fine detailed mirror mosaic work from the walls of the palace, Payal translated it effortlessly and beautifully on her creations. Opting for a pastel gentle palette in coral, blush, ecru and grey, she turned it into separates and Neo Indian occasion wear.
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For a collection so stunning, the fabrics had to match its grandeur so Payal zeroed in on Dupion silk, cotton, mul, tulle and silk organza for the quirky retro floral and geometric prints that embellished the elegant silhouettes. Long pleated floor skimming skirts, tiny body-con cholis, fluid maxis and elegant palazzos were ideal for formal summer soirées.
Making a stunning impression on the ramp were the churidar-skirt, low crotch pants worn with mosaic mirror work choli, embroidered sharara pants, and the off-shoulder choli with lehenga sporting a mirror cutwork waist belt.
Leather appliqués appeared minutely for the sari border, kurta with short silk jacket and silk cape with zardosi embroidery. The grey silk cropped top was teamed with an interesting lehenga with zardosi work and spike silver leather appliqués.
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Ending the show was the lovely Tamannaah Bhatia who glided down in a blush Dupion silk choli, lehenga with zardosi and leather appliqué and net dupatta
When formal wear demands a glamorous entry it will be Payal Singhal's "Palace of Mirrors" collection that will create the perfect impact.

KARISHMA JAMWAL BEGUILED WITH HER EXOTIC CLOTHING ASSORTMENT AT JABONG STATE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015

21 March 2015, Mumbai: Popular designer Karishma Jamwal presented an alluring line of apparel called “Between the Black and White” for her label titled ‘Lotus Sutr’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Drawing motivation from the nations designated flower, Karishma created a tightly strung balance between diametric values. The imaginative range was elegantly brought to life with grace and grandeur.
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Every piece of the collection was enriched with vintage watches and handcrafted, carved metallic nuggets that brought conformity to the textured fabrics and flowing, embroidered goodness. Keeping the silhouettes easy around the body with soft drapes, Karishma had cowled skirts and trousers teamed with feather light summer jackets, one piece skirt dresses and draped palazzos. Added attractions were the subtle fabric detailing using metal embroidery, along with metal belts and bags, which were a great complement to the collection.
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The colour story peaked with block blues, greens and peachy tones that were chaperoned with blacks and whites, which perfectly showcased a play between the structured geometry of monochromes and the waterfall of colours.
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Layering was a main feature seen throughout the show, like in the stand out garment of a floor length jacket over a lapelled coat and kurta that were teamed with a pair of pants. The green cowl tube tunic over black dhoti pants styled with a black circular scarf was a perfect finish to the collection.
Sophistication adorned with charm, the “Between the Black and White” collection from the ‘Lotus Sutr’ label by Karishma Jamwal will surely be the talk of the fashion world.

VEDA RAHEJA’S CLOTHING RANGE TOOK IT’S CUES FROM LEGENDARY ARCHITECTURE AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKME FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015.
Fashion designer Veda Raheja brought an architectural eye to her collection at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Finding inspiration from her trip to Venice Biennale last year, Veda found herself falling in love with the cracks, stains, stone walls and eroding marble floors of the ancient Venetian structures, which on further exploration she based her compilation on, a year later.
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The organic nature of the textures set into the stone found itself to be a base of the entire collection, which was apposed with the clean cut lines of the structurally framed silhouettes that comprised evening gowns, dresses and constructed separates.
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Versatile fabrics ranged from silk georgettes to cotton silk in a monochrome colour palette, which was highlighted by white, lilac, lemon yellow, powder blue and wine.
An overlapped sleeveless cropped top styled with a half and half pencil and circle skirt, was eye catching and unique. Additionally a short cape with a cropped beaded top and a sheer maxi skirt gave prominence to the ‘Veda-ness’ of the collection.
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Dexterous and pleasing to the eye, Veda Raheja’s range of clothing was an effervescent take on architectural beauty and encouraged to notice the little things.

URVASHI JONEJA UNLEASHED A LINE OF TIMELESS BEAUTY AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT   2015.
Established designer Urvashi Joneja captured the concept of aging gracefully with her clothing line ‘Retold’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
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Drawing motivation from a phase of life that everyone is familiar with, she based her designs on the process of aging, an inevitable phenomenon in our lives. It explored a vast insecurity and fear that one faces when that time comes, and the paradox being a new found appreciation that one also derives from it.
The assemblage combined new interpretations of old classics and gingham checks. The designer also used a natural expression of age from nature, which was tree rings, beautifully conceptualised on the garments giving it an added texture.
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Artistically manipulated fabrics added to the portrayal of the duality of the aging process. Techniques like printing and laser cut gave the collection a perfect finish. Classics like the high low peplum paired with cigarette pants along with a collared white laser-cut cape complemented  the high waist ankle length pants.
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Elegant in construction and beautiful in theory, ‘Retold’ by Urvashi Joneja made one realise that you don’t just get old and wrinkly with age, but that the wrinkles are put there with love, laughter and experience.

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