Lakme fashion week winter festive 2018: Day one key Designer trends
Lakme fashion week's winter festive season 2018 started with a big promise to add the creativity and bring sustainable fashion on the runway. The season as usually kicked off by the designers from the INIFD and later on the veteran designers continued the gala of the eminence.
AM:PM, Divya Sheth and Rinzim Lama
The day one For W/F’18 AM:PM pay homage to the Gypset, a term coined by Julia Chaplin to celebrate the neo-hippie. The collection mixes folklore with urban legends, floaty fabrics & combination of styles in a color palette of deep desert hues & forest greens.
Elle Graduates presents Divya Sheth’s W/F’18 collection ‘Shizen’ which means nature in Japanese. Taking inspiration from kimonos, the silhouettes are a combination of kurta & kimono, emphasizing the desire to bridge Indian craft and Japanese aesthetic
Elle Graduates presents Untitled Co. by Rinzin Lama’s indie W/F’18 collection of separates, handwoven in silk organza and cotton, accented with stand-out textile art and delicate embroidery
Rahul N Shikha, Amrich, Felicia
Vrisa by Rahul N Shikha’s W/F’18 collection ‘Bukhara’ is a story of many hands that fill strong colors in Indian textiles demonstrated through delicate hand embroideries and comfortable silhouettes
For W/F’18 Amrich: digs deep into their understanding of traditions and cultures to draw inspiration for a collection of chic separates comprising of exquisite hand-made textiles
Chola’s ‘Bye Felicia’ collection dismisses the irrelevant & uses the color grey to represent the strength of coming out & being yourself. It reflects how Drag can be a creative outlet and a way to make cultural statements.
Urvashi Joneja, Shweta Kapur and Antar-Agni
Urvashi Joneja’s collection ‘Away’ is inspired by the imagery of flying away, and breaking through the glass ceiling. Graphics, meticulous pleating and raised textures come together with a color palette
431-88 by Shweta Kapur’s ‘Collection 12’ is geared towards the spirit of being on the road. Look out for somber hues, flowing silk folds, breezy kinds of cotton and technicolor bursts of embroidery inspired by the Great Barrier Reef
Antar-Agni's W/F'18 collection showcased smart cuts, relaxed silhouettes and nuanced details in muted tones at Studio on Day 1 at Lakmé Fashion Week
We wrap up Day 1 with Sustain – Good Earth’s clothing line. Their W/F’18 collection “The Miniaturist” presented at Lakmé Fashion Week spotlights gotta, embroidery and other traditional techniques that use appliqué through 27 unique creations