If you missed Day 3 of Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI, we’ve got you covered. Catch all the action here!
Day 3 of Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI started with a bang. The impressive line-up of designers included Nidhi Yasha, bOAt X Masaba Gupta, Pella, Gauri & Nainika, Ajio, and Suneet Varma. If you missed being on the ramp, we’re here with a round up of all the glitz and glamour at the show.
Scroll ahead for the best moments at the ramp:
The Gypsy’s Wife collection by Nidhi Yasha was an ode to love and longing and a free-spirited gypsy woman. From flirty ruffles, fringes and rich tassels, to tribal and nature-inspired prints, the collection was intriguing and intense. The look was a visual from the urban nomad with a vintage soul with slick back parted hair and minimal makeup.
BOAt X Masaba Gupta collaboration presented a nostalgic collection with characteristic, quirky touches, playful florals, exotic motifs and a riot of colours. Flowing kaftans, breezy shirts, coverups and fusion separates were teamed with accessories like caps, body bags, sling bags and headphones. Casual and funky hairdos and youthful and trendy makeup completed the relaxed and leisurely look.
Gauri & Nainika collection inspired by life in the slow lane had a scintillating, radiant bouquet of blossoms. The relaxed trapeze silhouettes teamed of stylish frock dresses teamed with romantic bows, large rosettes, broad belts, etc., added a feminine and youthful charm to the collection. The hairstyles were flirty and feminine and makeup was retro and eye-catching.
Ajio presented Outryt – a women’s wear label with a new approach to style and expression. The free-spirited, bold and progressive styles were a celebration of optimism. The spotlight was on up-to-the-minute, affordable style. The looks were boho chic and retro-futuristic and the makeup was contemporary.
Suneet Varma’s collection showcased 50 Shades of Happiness. Inspired by fine arts and an artist’s ability to create a fantastical journey. The creations were a mix of modernity with abstract artworks enhanced by the age-old crafts of India. The looks were feminine, romantic and modern and the hairdos spelt glamour.