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Lakme fashion week winter festive 2018 day 3

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Lakme fashion week winter festive 2018 moves to day three, while day two was dedicated to sustainable fashion, day three brings the key societal issue- that educate about the gender-based social biases.

Bloni, Pot Plant, Anam, and Bobo Calcutta brings the agender collection through which each designer raised their voices against the gender-based social discriminations. The styles were androgynous, loose silhouettes and minimal prints for the agender collection.

The designer's collection for the day three brings the floral print, traditional embroidery, and the western influences. Arman Randhwa's twin queen adds the sweat shirt in Magenta red, blue and Balck.


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Find out the Lakme fashion week winter festive 2018 day three designers key collection

Nachiket Barve, Arpita Mehta, and Shift

Nachiket Barve

Nachiket Barve

Arpita Mehta

Arpita Mehta

Shift

Shift

R-Elan presents Nachiket Barve's 'Millennial Maharani' winter festive 2018 collection which takes inspiration from the globe-trotting Indian Royalty of the 20’s and 30’s.

At Arpita Mehta's W/F'18 collection the vibe was breezy, and the silhouettes effortless. The designer captured the effervescent spirit of Caprese with a fusion destination wear collection that spells feminine yet flirty.

SHIFT’s Cruise 19 collection that’s designed for the girl who wants to do everything at once. The brand’s love affair with midi dresses & the signature shift continues to evolve with wardrobe staples for today’s

Gender blurring- #Genderbender

bloni

bloni

Anami

Anami

Plot

Plot

Bloni’s W/F’18 #genderbending collection “Neutral Human” symbolizes the wrath of all the atrocities experienced by humans due to biological, cultural and aesthetic differences.

The Pot Plant’s W/F' 18 100% Human collection as part of the #genderbender show comprises of easy separates and coordinates that are not driven by gender norm

Anaam’s W/F' 18 collections as part of the #genderbender show are inspired by ‘Behrupiya’ – an Impressionist in the traditional performing arts of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh.

Bobo Calcutta presents W/F’18 ‘Ludicrous Legacy’ – a celebration of individual choices of the ludicrous legacies that people leave behind at the #genderbender showcase. Combinations

Smart water collection

Anirudh

Anirudh

Sakshi Swati

Sakshi Swati

Kanika Goyal

Kanika Goyal

Winners of The Platform presented by SmartWater, Ishanee and Aniruddh present Poochki’s winter festive 2018 collection Black Cloud at Lakmé Fashion Week which features artsy brush strokes, Sakshi and Swasti Shah present Shanti’s W/F’18 collection ‘Megh-Malhar’ crafted from discarded fabrics while Kanika Goyal presents her edgy silhouettes accented with graphic art that’s inspired by cloud.

Kartikeya, Gaurang and Two-point-two

Kartikey

Kartikey

Gaurang

Gaurang

Two-point-two

Two-point-two

Kartikeya's W/F'18 collection 'Heroine of the Opera' emulates an old world nostalgia interspersed with the powerful theatrics of the European opera culture in the late 1700s through grand silhouettes.

At Lakme fashion week winter festive 2018, Gaurang gives an ode to the superstar of the South-Indian film industry Savitri. The collection sees the return of the retro-glam with a revival of the South Indian silks and textiles.

Two Point Two's W/F'18 collection 'Simultaneity' pays tribute to the traditional agender Japanese garment ‘Kimono’. The collection deconstructs sophisticated formal wear into chic streetwear

Mohammad Mazhar and Arman Radhwa

Mohammad Mazhar-Rafugar

Mohammad Mazhar-Rafugar

Arman Randhwa-twin queen

Arman Randhwa-twin queen

Arman Randhwa-twin queen

Arman Randhwa-twin queen

For W/F'18 Mohammad Mazhar was inspired by the savior of cloth – the 'Rafugar' . The collection showcases lots of Rafugar-inspired embroideries in a red, black and white color palette at Lakmé Fashion Week.

Twin queen' is Armaan Randhawa's dedication to late designer Alexander McQueen. The W/F'18 collection is all about minimal, boxy and heavily embroidered silhouettes with edgy artwork

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