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Trends We Spotted at Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2016 Day 4 and Grand Finale

While it was a star studded event on the Grand Finale of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2016, the Day 4 was equally a grand event. The 4th day was highlighted with some avant-garde yet wearable designs by talented young couturiers who dared to experiment with distinctive types of fabrics. Day 5 on the other hand was a mix of glitz and glamor with the presence of Kareena Kapoor who brought the curtains down with her stunning appearance. So, let’s take a look at some of the trends we spotted at the LFW Summer Resort 2016 Day 4 and Grand Finale..

Monisha Jaising

From a mesmerizing collection of embroidered denims and embellished gowns to overalls with metallic applique and fringed separates, Monisha Jaising created magic with gold, ivory and brown.

Monisha

Masaba

Funky prints and splash of colors formed Masaba’s collection. Her range was accentuated with playful designs like Chhap Tilak, chilies, or sliced garlics on different cuts. Sizeable garbage bag pants, sarees with frills and deconstructed jackets represented her collection.

Masaba

Kunal Rawal

The menswear collection by Kunal Rawal was simply outstanding with some real good ethnic wearable on show perfect for the summer wedding. Sleek pyjamas, hand crafted Nehru jackets, crotch pants and a lots more that attracted our attention, and are a sure a must have this season.

Kunal Rawal

Shivan and Naresh

If you are fan of the renowned artist Fernand Lege, you would instantly relate to the designs by Shivan and Naresh that seeks inspiration from the artist’s work. We simply loved the use of art on neoprene lehengas, bikini saris, raindrop dresses, etc.

Sivan Naresh

Payal Khandwala

We vouch for the super wearable range by designer Payal Khandwala who treated us with her aesthetically designed collection that consisted of low waist skirts, saris layered with shirts, palazzos, geometrical jewelry, leather belts, bags and more.

Payal Khandwala

#DoubtIsOut

Bold dressing formed the concept of Ajio.com that featured wardrobe essentials for every event that you need to attend from casual afternoons, office meetings to parties. Graphic skirts, leather jackets atop saris or the belted saris the choice was endless with their debut collection.

#DoubtIsOut

Saroj Jalan

Gorgeous lehengas in vibrant hues brightened up the runway for Saroj Jalan. Perfect as an Indian bridal wear, this is traditional yet something different.

Saroj Jalan

Shriya Som

Shriya Som’s line welcomes summer with fresh floral prints on pastel hues that made for a sartorial display on evening wear.

Shriya Som

Rohit Bal

The Day 5 of the fashion extravaganza was lit up with the designs of Rohit Bal and the drop dead gorgeous Kareena Kapoor Khan as is showstopper. The spectacular was represented with voluminous silhouettes in shades of gold and ivory with embellished jewel stones.

Rohit Bal

Rahul Mishra

The handcrafted line “Knots of Love” by Rahul Mishra featured bandhni saris, shirt dresses etc., along with embroidered bombers in denim, slim pants and more.

Rahul Mishra

Neeta Lulla

The celebrated designer kept as us asking more with her sartorial surprises that were a level up with edgy contours cushioned with laces and drapes exuding the ultra-feminine charm. Anarkalis paired with draped jackets or the polo shirts as crop tops, her collection was all about freeing up your bold side.

Neeta Lulla

Urvashi Joneja

Three dimensional prints or fabrics with gorgeous brocade designs, Urvashi Joneja’s collection was avant-garde creations in summer hues like, mustard, blues and moss green.

Urvashi Joneja

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10 Ruling Fashion Designers You Should Know About Now!

From the veteran designer Ritu Kumar to the fashion maestro Manish Malhotra or the new crop of fashion designers like Masaba, Indian fashion scene is abuzz with talent. Whether traditional or western, they have been weaving magic with their designs years on and raised India to the international platform. Today Indian fashion is recognized globally with the help of these 10 indian fashion designers that you should know now!

Manish Malhotra

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra commands respect even in the international circles with mere mention of his name. The London born Mumbai lad started off as a model in his early career from where he eventually emerged as one of the icons in the world of fashion designing.He is still the most sought after costume designer for Bollywood known for his penchant for presenting a blend of traditional texture or silhouettes with present-day style.

Manish Arora

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Manish Arora

Manish Arora

Manish Arora belongs to the pioneer designers who showcased his creations internationally. He launched his label back in 1997 which earned accolades at its official introduction at the London Fashion Week in 2005. His show at the Paris Fashion Week in 2007 earned him further acclamation while the French Federation of Pret-a-Porter invited him for his exceptional talent. Arora is known for playing with colors and patterns in all his outfits which reflect contemporary angles on a traditional base.

Ritu Kumar

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar

One of the pioneers in the fashion industry, this veteran designer has come a long way since 1969. The lady has started from a compact studio in the Kolkata suburbs to 27 branches spread all over the country! Kumar is known for her aesthetic use of Indian crafts with the right mix of fabric and finally produce a master-piece that looks every bit traditional even with the contemporary touch.

Rina Dhaka

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Rina Dhaka

Rina Dhaka

Rina Dhaka has earned her status by creating outfits that exhibit Victorian look with a modern edge. Her couture may involve minimal embellishments, but they still look so rich and elegant based on her designs. Dhaka is one of the designers who show her fascination for different shades like beige or brown in her creations.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Sabyasachi Mukherjee

Sabyasachi Mukherjee

An NIFT graduate from Delhi in 1999, the Kolkata based talentSabyasachi Mukherjeemade his way to the world of fashion by winning the title of Most Outstanding Young Designer in India in 2001. With many eminent awards under his belt, Mukherjee is today known for his designs that display ethnicity mixed with international trend, patchworks and rich embroidery.

Tarun Tahiliani

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Tarun Tahiliani

Tarun Tahiliani

He can proudly claim to be the first Indian designer who showcased his creations at the iconic Milan Fashion Week. TarunTahiliani established his widely acclaimed boutique “Ensemble” in 1987. His style boasts of cuts and patterns inspired from Italian fashion which he skillfully blends with traditional Indian craft.

Payal Singhal

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Payal Singhal

Payal Singhal

There was no looking back for this bunch of talent, PayalSinghal, after she won the title of Designer of the Year by Shopper’s Stop when she was just 15. She established her designer label under her name in 1999 which creates custom made designs along with off-the-rack designs. Her creations exhibit confidence with the hint of South Asian touch.

Bibhu Mohapatra

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Bibhu Mohapatra

Bibhu Mohapatra

Known for his inclination towards evening dresses, BibhuMohapatra can transform a woman into her best lady-like form that she can ever imagine. He found his passion in designing after he moved to USA and decided to move over from studying economics to designing from the eminent Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Mohapatra has recently even designed for the First Lady Michelle Obama.

Kanika Goyal

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Kanika Goyal

Kanika Goyal

An emerging talent, KanikaGoyal debuted at the LakmeFahion Week this year with her collection “Creatures of the Night”. Goyal graduated from the NIFT Delhi and from Parsons School of Design in New York, post which she interned with the likes of BibhuMohapatra and Marchesa. Her creations are the perfect fusion of downtown modern and class with intricate cuts and fabrics.

Masaba Gupta

10 Indian Fashion Designers You Should Know:Masaba Gupta

Masaba Gupta

This young designer launched her self-titled label “Masaba” the same year she graduated from SNDT Women’s University in Mumbai that is, in 2009. She will be introduced as one of the upcoming designers at the Lakme Fashion Week Gen Next edition. Her creations reflect Indian tradition carefully mixed with a chic outlook balanced by bright colors and supported by lightweight texture.