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Celebrities Add A Zing Of Stardom To The Third Day Of Lakmé Fashion Week
Aditya Roy Kapur rocked The Atelier at Lakmé Fashion Week with the all new Reebok Zig Kinetica paired with Chola’s collection. Launching the latest Reebok Zig Kinetica with the Chola label by Sohaya Misra, the high-energy show at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2020 offered trendy style for footwear and fashion.
The glamour and beauty of the eternally loved Chikankari is something every woman longs for in her wardrobe. In India, no label can showcase it better than the House of Kotwara by Sama, Meera and Muzaffar Ali, as the designers did at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2020. The elegance and traditional style of Awadh’s sartorial splendour was evident in the classic silhouettes and intricate crafts. The latest collection called “Baharaan” for the coming season, was a stylish, fashionable offering as the designing trio brought elegant jackets, scintillating dresses, eye-catching jumpsuits along with ethnic wear in cotton and linen that were splashed with Kotwara’s memorable Chikankari classic embellishments.
Designer Anand Kabra used his creations as a canvas for his rich heritage and traditional embroidery of Hyderabad. These embellishments have been the leitmotif of his collections over the years. At the Atelier during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2020, Anand cleverly married the traditional with the contemporary and presented a timeless smorgasbord of fusion fashion.
A lover of Japanese floral and Pietre Dura art, Anand brought them on his chosen colour palette that moved beautifully from ivory and turmeric to vermillion and black. The embellishments were derived from the past, which Anand reinvented onto his ensembles. There was the glitter of beaten metallic thread and wire embroidery in the form of Pitta. Also, on the ramp was the shimmer of Sitara – sequins and the intricate resham thread work. The ever-popular zardosi embroidery was layered perfectly to form 3D surfaces and the traditional Nag or crystals were incorporated to create luxurious jewelled ornamentation.