Lakme Fashion Week S/R has come to an end but we're still reeling from the after-effects of all the sartorial goodness we witnessed. Day 3 at the runway was all about the unimaginable. From quirky workwear to festive summer-wear, we saw an eclectic mix of contemporary ensembles and traditional silhouettes with a touch of the unique X-factor.
Here's what stood out at the runway on Day 3 at the S/R fashion week:
Integument,SWGT and ESSE`proved for a rather good start with their too-cool-for-summer collection. With pastels, floral and easy prints seen throughout their collections, we are definitely looking forward to the upcoming season.
Sayantam Sarkar showcased a fresh take on workwear with power ensembles and easy layering while Tahweave paved way for spring fashion with the peachy pinks and muted colors fused with florals striped and the summer spice.
While Kanika Goyal's showcase was a fresh take on modern aesthetic and popping hues, SVA by Sonam and Paras Modi gave a fresh preview of understated elegance with blushed pinks and dull blues with a splash of prints and lightly placed details.
Rajdeep Ranawat's edgy yet very feminine summer collection made several eyes pop at their showcase.
Giving fashion a new outlook yet again, the 6Degree Platform presentation saw a lot of talented labels like Parvathi Dasari, Caste No Bar by Krunal and Dimpy, Gazal Mishra and our personal favorite, Sukriti and Aakriti.
Payal Singhal's collection in collaboration with Caprese saw many effervescent ensembles that stole our breath away.
Embroidery and prints on pastels and light colored ensembles...Payal Singhal is surely defining festive fashion for the upcoming season.
Eka by Rina Singh's #BeautifullyStrong show in collaboration with Corcal Bone and Beauty was a fresh take on sensibilities and fashion along with a strong #womenempowerment message.
We saw people from different professions and strata of society come strutting down the runway for an utterly beautiful show.
Grado X Ashish N Soni saw very contemporary silhouettes of menswear in an array of popping colors that made us stop and stare. From prints and stripes to block-coloured suits and effortless layering, we saw it all!
Anavila's S/S'19 collection drew inspiration from the local women of culturally rich tribes of Vietnam with their ensembles made out of natural yarns including cotton, silk, linen and natural dyes. Simplicity at best!
Well, a vivid walk down the memory lane indeed!
Catch all the highlights right here: