FDCI’s Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week day 2 that took place on October 15, saw an impressive line-up of designers who showcased their exquisite designs.
Gauri & Nainika
Fresh, free-spirited and feminine, Gauri & Nainika’s Spring-Summer 2021 collection takes you on a journey that is uplifting where beauty and nature set the mood for a sunlit summer romance. From Victorian inspired florals to a soft Dutch inspired delft print in leaf-green, a variety of prints have been used in the collection. The line includes a range of wartime inspired demure pencil dresses, wrap dresses and shirt dresses that have been made in a vintage colour palette of scarlet red, bottle green and classic black. As a result, one also sees some easy to wear, flowy crepe dresses in the line which stand out because of the stark colours that have been used. Adding a touch of vintage glamour, the line has been dotted with highlights of small black velvet roses that give a romantic feel.
Suneet Varma’s colllection for India Fashion Week, The Eternal Lightness of Being, was dreamy. As a result, the collection was replete with the laughter of lilacs. An idyllic summer mood set off by soft hues, colorful prints, and languid silhouettes. Waves of crinkled chiffon, crushed georgette and organza create light caressing textures in refreshing yellows, somber pinks, limes and blues. Therefore, a concoction of nature in the harmonious pairing of ebony and ivory with a dash of aqua brought sunshine. Hence, tailored tunics and stylized sarees in fine chiffons with soft hues in a multi-coloured palette tiptoe lightly into spring.
Ravi Bajaj’s collection for India Fashion Week was an ode to the style and glamour of Indian cinema of the 60s-70s. Presented on some of the iconic songs of that era. However, the sound tracks are specially created and sung by Ravi Bajaj himself. His collection drew inspiration from stars such as Shammi Kapoor, Rajesh Khanna, Helen, Sharmila Tagore and Vyjayanthimala. Henceforth, the clothes have been given a more modern twist though, keeping with the times.
Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki
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