Delhi, 12thOctober 2018: Day 3 of the coveted Lotus Makeup Presents India Fashion Week SS 19, started with a show themed – ‘The Tribes of the World’ and featured 4 exclusive designer labels who showcased their collections that presented the language of fashion to us! The epitome of elegance and beauty, ‘Tabu’’ opened the show for the Sanjukta Dutta Label known for the handcrafted Assamese silk ensembles.
The designer’s latest collection included a variety of signature Mekhela Chador, structured saree, flowy-gowns, drape-skirts and Indo-western lehengas. It demonstrated elegance of women from all walks of life by redefining the extravagant Indian traditional wear while retaining its mesmerising essence.
Next to add glam to this star studded evening was ‘’Actress Prachi Desai’’, who dazzled the ramp for ‘Gardern Rose’, the latest collection by Architha Narayanam Label. The collection was about celebrating the very essence of womanhood. Prachi Desai was seen wearing jewellery from Shivam Gold and Diamonds. The designs were influenced by merging crafts from Iranian and central European tribes. This collection presented the Iranian culture which was woven into western wardrobes to modernise and re-invent the traditional dress. The patterns and textures were associated with Qashqai tribes. The cross stitches, Dots and distinct array of colours demonstrated the overwhelming beauty of these tribal creations.
The millennial fashion icon ‘’Athiya Shetty’’ set the stage on fire with Posh Pride. The designer label inspired by the ‘Made in India’ movement showcased their latest collection for the ‘Tribes of the World’ show. For this collection their muse was a city girl who is versatile & forward thinking and who also enjoys being swept away by intrigue and seduction. Strong & carefree, she moves through the world with a sense of purpose & poise staying true to her individual aesthetic. With this collection, Posh Pride created garments that celebrate sensuality with a touch of realism. All in all, it aimed to rediscover the everyday wardrobe. The pieces in the collection effortlessly combined masculine tailoring with a feminine sensibility thus creating a beautiful world of ethereal mixed with the bold.
The show ended with the stunning ‘’Yami Gautam’’ walking down the ramp for WNW. Their latest collection ‘DEJHOOR’ was all about blending finest Kashmiri embellishments and regal Victorian motifs. It showcased the willingness of the bride to be more experimental and still look regal. Dejhoor represented the soul of Kashmiriyat, the essence of all that is beautiful, symbolic of wedding charm, the epitome of the quintessence of feminine grace. Dejhoor is also unique, without parallels: every piece was an ode to a woman’s desire to reflect her inner beauty on her attire. The collection aspired to be everything that WNW stands for – the epitome of perfection; ethnic to the core, futuristic outlook; regal by birth but irreverent by choice.
The collections showcased showed the different places perceive fashion. It represented elegance, style and fashion through a different perspective.