OCT 21, 2022
Shantnu & Nikhil's collection 'Capella', revisited the opulence that was served by the Baroque Era and its majestic artifact: The Chandelier. Owing to the era, embroideries are inspired by the Baroque motif leaves lace, and architecture. Everything is exaggerated in terms of silhouettes- to match the opulence of the early 17th century.
There was an amazing explosion of colour when Gaurang Shah unveiled his “Sindoor” collection which encompassed the colours of the Earth, sky and fire at Lakmé Fashion Week in partnership with FDCI. The magnificent line of 40 handwoven creations appeared in myriad combinations of vermillion, the most loved and revered colour during Hindu rituals.
The SVA collection by Sonam and Paras Modi had an almost poetic and unconventional title, Mor aur Fuaara. The spirited journey by the designing duo combined nature with a holiday when they stayed at the picturesque Nadesar Palace in Varanasi. The regal heritage location with its gushing fountains and colourful dancing peacocks inspired the pair to fuse visuals onto their ensembles.
Iconic couturiers Shyamal & Bhumika presented their SS23 collection, 'Blooms of Paradise' - a celebration of their globe-trotting muse. It was a line of intense embroidery that created a poetic blend of craft and design on the ramp. It was a line of rare hand-crafted embroideries, weaved with fantasy and reverence for the rich culture and heritage of India, that created a poetic blend of craft and design on the ramp.
The designer’s couture collection inspiration brought in the mystery of the grand cosmos and galaxy when the meteoric impact was achieved through the spectacular bursts of crystal embroidery in hues that matched the ethereal, celestial colour story and the amazing astronomical alignments.