The famous fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani's fashion show is always a grand combination of glamour, style and fashion. For Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2018 at 6Degree Studio, Tarun brought the romance and fantasy of florals and the cosmic stars along with an ethereal flavor of his signature, layered and weightless fashion for his “Tarakini” Spring/Summer 2018 collection. Black raised ramp with glass enclosures, moving light beams and surreal music transported the audience into outer space and created a starry ambience at the 6Degree Studio for an unbelievable galactic fashion experience. “For some time now, I have been thinking about fashion’s role, especially in the evening and bridal wear, and how it has failed the modern Indian bride because the clothes are so heavy,
On Day 5 of Lakme Fashion Week 2018, there can be nothing more glamorous than luxurious ethnic wear. The famous designer Lajjoo Kapur started the label ‘Lajjoo C’ in 1999 has been dressing the connoisseurs of fashion in her artistic creations called “Ode To Mumbai’ from an urban woman to her city, Lajjoo C, with her debut show at 6Degree during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2018, offered a gracious look for the Indian trendsetters. The designer’s fashion directions revolved around an old world charm. The show opened with a poetry recitation and the solo saxophone Merlin D’Souza in the background as the models walked down the ramp. Gorgeous detailed works, soft fabrics like fine silks, and organzas were in earthy tones of rust, beige, ivory and neon citric lime. The ric
On Day 4 of Lakme Fashion week 2018, the art performance conducted by Princess Pea brand and Delhi’s Lovebirds was a thought-provoking that sent out a message of what to expect on the fashion front. The theme of the performance was “Born of Fire” which is a continuous journey to endeavor towards artistic paths. The presentation was a great mix of movements and speech at 6Degree Studio during Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2018. Princess Pea is a visual artist and has performed their performance with people through photographs and worked for several years on self-questioning and the line “What about me if I only think of you?” was the main basis of the message that they wanted to give to all. Princess Pea collaborated with Love Birds results in notions of beauty, appearances and ge
The day 4 of Lakme Fashion Week 2018 turned to a starry night because of the beautiful film stars as showstoppers for various designers. Sushmita Sen, Bipasha Basu, Aditi Rao Hydari, Diya Mirza, Disha Patani and Tamannah stole the audience with their spectacular presence in the big fashion show. Apart from these lot more shows were took part in this day. Disha Patani was the showstopper for the creation by the designer Shriya Som. She was so stunning in her divine white ruffled number with a bold red eye makeup look, flushed cheeks, and a messy pulled back hairstyle. The tennis star Sania Mirza was the showstopper for the creation by Anushree Reddy. She was so spectacular in that gorgeous lehenga. Anshree’s creations mostly included the pastel-toned Indian wear wi
The main highlights on Day 3 of Lakme Fashion Week 2018 were the collections labeled Bloni, ASA, Amoh by jade, Anaam, Neel and Vrisa. Anaam Designer Sumiran’s brand ‘Anaam’ proved that his clothes are always grabbing the attention of the audience. His collection contained an intense line of clothing which had given a gender-neutral look. The uniqueness of the collection was that each and every piece of cloth could be worn separately for an individual impact. The collection contained a layered gown with short cape, kaftan with looped hemline, draped with a black bolero, asymmetric maxi with front panels and the one-sleeved floor-skimming outfit. The uniqueness of all the clothes was with mix-and-match options. Bloni Actress Priyanka Bose was the Showstopper for Akshat
Like Indian traditional wear fashion show, another uniqueness of LFW 2018 was North-East Mojo. This was a collaboration of the states of India. Six states in North-East India such as Manipur, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura and Assam took part in it. The designers who created this spectacular clothes are Sonal Dubal, Daniel Syiem, Richana Khumanthem, Aratrik Dev Varman, Karma Sonam and Jenjum Gadi. Each designer from these six states showcased a stunning collection of their traditional dresses with their unique fabrics and crafts.