Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019: Kunal Rawal gives us major aesthetic goals; Narendra Kumar's collection supports a social message


The Day 4 of the 2019 edition of the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive was a glamourous affair backed by oodles of sartorial inspiration. Many tinsel town celebrities graced this soiree in their ravishing best.

Kunal Rawal is back with a bang! Imagine structured shoulders, bandh-galas, crisp shirts and tailored sherwanis, all on one runway... dreamy innit? We witnessed that and much more!


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The variety of hues, textures, silhouettes and ensembles in all made it more exciting.

Would you just look at that?



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All in all, what we saw on the runway was unreal. Wouldn't you agree?

Narendra Kumar's FKNS show had a cause. While the collection featured athleisure ensembles, none of it was ordinary.

Taking inspiration from India, graffiti, shouting prints and colours, 'Stranger Noises' beckons you to break free of the walls, limits and speak against the vandalism existing in the fashion industry. 


Good show, great stuff and a very strong, social message.

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