Day 2 of LMIFW SS’2020 began with a bang. The designers showcased their designs on the Runway.
‘Aakaash’ by Sanjukta is a collection inspired by the infinite sky and its many hues of blue. This collection is inspired by various hues of blue which are put on the Mulberry silk with traditional motives to celebrate the land which has been rich in its greenery and wildlife. The sky over our head is the biggest assurance to preserving all that nature has given us. With this thought in mind, our new collection celebrates the sky and its shades which has a huge contribution to our existence.
Aakash by Sanjukta at LMIFW SS'2020
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‘PrãnãyRã’ By Yogita Kadam- Romancing the concept of Geometry and Symmetry in Indian Architecture. Our imperial colour palette is rich and subtle for the season ranging from shades of Yellow Iris, Island Paradise and Living Coral. A stunning amalgamation of the unconventional and the traditional thread work, beautifully arranged pearls and sequins, handcrafted with love on pure Silks and Organza, ‘PrãnãyRã’ brings in a luxurious collection!
Yogita Kadam at LMIFW SS'2020
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Designer Priya’s spring-summer collection called Angular Garden is made especially for the sophisticated millennial and features fine geometric shapes and delicate floral embroidery and elegant colours. It makes sure that every piece you wear is timeless and classic.
Priya Machineni at LMIFW SS'2020
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The collection ‘rosir’ by Parul and Ashie dates inspiration to the era of historic romance. Like Gone with the Wind, Pride and Prejudice and Thorn Birds, the collection is inspired from romantic 1800s-1900s. The Silhouettes are inspired from the Victorian era and have been romanticized with soft pleats, ruffles, flounces, fringes, exaggerated sleeves and clinched waistlines.
Parul and Ashie at LMIFW SS'2020
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