Day 2 of Lakmé Fashion Week 2020, called ‘Sustainability Day’, was dedicated to highlighting brands that follow conscious and ethical practices in fashion. We saw everything from informative fashion films to sensible crafted collections, some of the key shows being péro and Pankaj & Nidhi. Wedding Affair brings everything from day 2 of Lakmé Fashion Week.
Pankaj & Nidhi
Pankaj & Nidhi collaborated with R-Elan for their latest collection titled ‘Talisman’. With upcycled fabrics by R Elan, the duo imagined comfortable jumpsuits, midi skirts, maxi dresses, bomber jackets and romantic blouses decorated with geometric forms. In addition to that, they have also created travel bags and laptop cases in the matching prints of the garments.
The label has launched an application that offers the potential of radical transparency of each garment produced by the brand. Shani Himanshu and Mia Morikawa of 11.11/Eleven Eleven presented a film that highlighted the process of transforming the cotton into yarn.
Péro’s collection titled ‘Locked in Love’, was inspired by the Kawai Japanese street style culture of Harajuku fashion. The collection boasted of signature mix of hand-folded petals and 3D embroidery were used on modern-cut maxi dresses, jackets, coordinated sets, shorts and blouses—all set in a refreshing colour palette.
Day 2 also saw the second edition of the Circular Changemakers—India’s first programme for start-ups that promote circular fashion. Presented by Intellecap’s Circular Apparel Innovation Factory (CAIF) in partnership with Circular Design Challenge—an initiative of by R|Elan ‘Fashion for Earth’, United Nations Environment Programme and Lakmé Fashion Week, the latest programme six finalists who pitched their plans aiming to make it a circular industry.
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