Tuesday 27 June 2017

Priyaadarshni rao

Megha Garg

Sonakshi raj

Malaika Arora Khan walked the ramp in a sexy red gown for Sonakshi Raj at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive Season. She was looking simply superb in this delicate gown.last seen in Dabangg 2 doing what she does best, dancing! 

Varun Bahal

On the runway, she sported a black crop-top paired with black high-waist palazzo pants. To break the monotone, she donned a silver sequinned jacket. She rounded off the look with a chunky neck-piece and a voluminous hair-do. We liked how the outfit wasn’t over-the top. Its quality of being wearable by regular folk was most appealing. Priyanka Chopra’s hair on the runway though could have been better.

Vikram ferndis

Designer Vikram Phadnis chose earthy shades along with traditional hues for his ensemble. The collection included beautifully designed lehengas, anarkalis, and free flowing kurtas with matching churidars and palazzo pants. Fabrics ranged from tusser to net and brocade in shades of red, green, cream and yellow.
Speaking of his two showstoppers Dia Mirza and Bipasha Basu, Phadnis commented. “This is a milestone in my career and not just the show, I wanted someone with whom I share a great relationship as a showstopper. Dia and Bipahsa, I have known them for years now and our friendship goes beyond clothes. They were not typical showstoppers.”

Tuesday 10 March 2015

Anita Dongre at Lakmé Fashion Week

For her latest collection, Anita Dongre turns her attention towards the modern bride. Part of her Jaipur Bride series, the recent line, India Modern, will use “traditional Indian techniques and fabrics like bandhini, leheriya, gota patti, zardozi and dori, interpreted in contemporary styles,” says Dongre. Think fitted crop tops paired with lehengas, tailored jackets matched with slim embroidered pants and hand-embroidered gowns. Expect to see outfits in jewel tones, like peacock blue, coral and red, as well as neutrals. 
Commenting on the woman who she aims to dress with this line, Dongre says, “She seeks a blend of fantasy and functionality in her ensembles, with a hint of traditionalism.”