LMIFW SS’2020 Day 3 Continued…

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Day 3 continued with more designers showcasing their talent on the Runway with their staggering designs.

Bhumika Sharma showcased her new collection ‘Nejma’. Inspired by Moroccan architecture, the collection was a beautiful and effortless fusion of vintage craftsmanship with modern silhouettes.

Nejma was manifested in a stunning line of occasion wear that featured prints, geometric patterns and bright colours. Rich textiles such as pure georgettes, silk organzas, linen satin and chiffons were seen across the collection. Nejma was created to embody timeless sophistication, modern luxury and ease.

AAgami means future. Divya  Reddy’s collection AAGAMI deals with the growing concern of climate change. The embellishments depict flora and fauna that are rapidly extinguishing and is alarming. This collection is a tribute to the ones we lost and an awareness of the ones we have to preserve. The abstract yellow print is a tribute to the infamous Amazon fire which should be our awakening call. Let us all join hands to fight this to prepare our planet for a better AAGAMI.

Nikita Mhaisalkar has re-imagined the old school organic RAFFIA Embroidery technique using upcycled palm Raffia. Navigating through the savannah, the collection has oppulance of ALL things Naturale!
smart separates and Luxe Pret pieces shall be seen in the Edition. The collection is called SAVANNAH.

Inspired by Japanese Sumi e paintings that depict the regional landscape, Amit GT created this year’s collection that brings the allure of calla lilies and water lilies with often birds as subjects. The technique of using ink with brushes as a medium in Sumi e art has been translated in hand embroideries that look like variegated linear strokes just the way used in Sumi e.

Dolly J’s product design process is rooted in traditional dyeing & weaving techniques. The collection especially focuses on eveningwear gowns. Fine tulle has been finely hand-pleated showing skill and sheer exuberance while some stardust filled skirts are perfect for a red carpet evening. Eclectic colour clashes will dominate the decadent collection – from pink peacock, vibrant lilacs, subtle silver to fiery reds.]

Payal Jain’s latest collection “Crescent moon” is inspired by Neo-classical Costumes from the early 19th Century with a reverence for antiquity; simple lines and linear silhouettes. Traditionally, these costumes were made in Indian fabrics with hand-embroidered leaves and tendrils winding down bodices, giving them a sense of casual informality. It is an evocation of Elizabethan costumes; free-flowing gowns, dresses, skirts, blouses and fluid coat shirts, interpreted in fine Indian muslin and linen.

One of India’s foremost couturiers, Suneet Varma is a name that immortalizes glamour and timeless style. Suneet Varma presents his first luxury travel destination collection that celebrates the mystery of discovering new and exciting destinations. The princess at the ball in a spectacular yet modern setting is the overriding theme of the show. There were 4 groups of 20 pieces only that were shown in a dramatic show setting.

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