B-Town Celebrities Sizzle The Runway On Day 3 Of Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week

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Day three at the Lotus India fashion week saw many more celebs turning up as showstoppers in exquisite ensembles by designers. Dia Mirza, Amyra Dastur, Sophie Chaudhary, Kritika Kamra, Soundarya Sharma and Archana Vijay posed for the cameras walking on the runway.

Dia Mirza looked breathtakingly beautiful as she took over the ramp for the label Ruceru by designer duo Ruchi Roongta and Rashi Agarwal in a sunshine yellow lehenga with sheer organza skirt and a dabka and salma treated blouse. Celebrating womanhood with their collection “I am”, Ruceru introduced their collection of winter-wedding wearables.  Holding on to the idea of practicality, its silhouettes line replaced dupatta with embroidered quilts with options of quilted lehengas and saris also available.

17:17 by designer Simmi Saboo harmonized Indian outfits with a trendier look while retaining its flavour. Their collection ‘Ikya’ showcased a blend of unique trends, prints with a touch of contemporary style.

Amyra Dastur turns showstopper for designer Ashwini Reddy, displaying her line ‘Rhea’ which was all about easy-breezy ensembles with intricate surface embellishments and floral prints; accessorized with embroidered belts.

Tisharth by Shivani Jain used feminine silhouettes creating a middle collection between pret and couture of wearable gowns, dresses and separates. The collection ‘Circle of Life’ exhibited beautiful ensembles made using the side wastings of the fabrics used for embroidery and trimmings.

Designers Pankaj and Nidhi displayed their love for textures using hand cut petals and discs, squares and trellises in fabric and metallic faux leather to create embellish ensembles.

Namarata Joshipura’s collection presented by Chivas was all about sleek silhouettes, hand embroideries in evening hues in her line of jumpsuits, pantsuits and gowns.

Couture designer Dolly J presented her collection “Off Duty Liberation”; a line of strong yet glamorous red carpet gowns with ruffles and feathers.

Amrich Collection by Amit and Richard used a subdued palette with the shades of black, red, green and blue. A mix and match of fabrics were done to create newness in patterns.

Ekla collection of label Ekru by designers Ekta and Ruchira, showcased the spirit and conflicting desires of women through the lens of a captive bird.

Also Read: Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Glittered With Glamour On Day 2

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