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Lakme Fashion Week: Day 2 Came to an Artistic Close, See Pics

By: Akshata Shetty

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Last Updated: October 07, 2021, 23:45 IST

Day 2 of Lakme Fashion Week in association with FDCI, celebrated Indian crafts and textiles through digital and live shows

Day 2 of Lakme Fashion Week in association with FDCI, celebrated Indian crafts and textiles through digital and live shows

From celebrity showstoppers to established designers, the runway experienced creativity through art and diverse storytelling.

Day 2 of Lakme Fashion Week in association with FDCI, celebrated Indian crafts and textiles through digital and live shows. From celebrity showstoppers to established designers, the runway experienced creativity through art and diverse storytelling.

Diana Penty looked like a queen in the ensemble designed by Aisha Rao. The collection consisted of intricate embroidery and applique work presented on an enigmatic colour palette of ebony, lavender, gold, and soft shades of pink.
Diana Penty looked like a queen in the ensemble designed by Aisha Rao. The collection consisted of intricate embroidery and applique work presented on an enigmatic colour palette of ebony, lavender, gold, and soft shades of pink.
Olympic silver medallist Ravi Kumar Dahiya made his runway debut at FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week. Paying tribute to his dear nani and the cot weavers, Mohammed Mazhar’s collection Meri Pyari Khat, featured discreet hand embroidery against a black and white canvas.
Olympic silver medallist Ravi Kumar Dahiya made his runway debut at FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week. Paying tribute to his dear nani and the cot weavers, Mohammed Mazhar’s collection Meri Pyari Khat, featured discreet hand embroidery against a black and white canvas.
Bringing the festive fervour on the runway, Tarun Tahiliani’s show was a beautiful soiree. The first live show of the season, the collection ‘The Reunion’ featured bridal wear, couture designs and ready to wear ensembles. (Photo: FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week)
Bringing the festive fervour on the runway, Tarun Tahiliani’s show was a beautiful soiree. The first live show of the season, the collection ‘The Reunion’ featured bridal wear, couture designs and ready to wear ensembles. (Photo: FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week)
Pushing the boundaries of the traditional crafts such as bandhani and shibori, The Pot Plant, offered gender fluid silhouettes that revealed fine finishing and impeccable tailoring. As FDCI x Pearl Academy’s emerging talent, Resham Karmchandani and Sanya Suri, founders of The Pot Plant offered a soothing, fashionable resonance to the collection ‘Liquid Love’.
Pushing the boundaries of the traditional crafts such as bandhani and shibori, The Pot Plant, offered gender fluid silhouettes that revealed fine finishing and impeccable tailoring. As FDCI x Pearl Academy’s emerging talent, Resham Karmchandani and Sanya Suri, founders of The Pot Plant offered a soothing, fashionable resonance to the collection ‘Liquid Love’.
The FDCI Men’s Edit presented menswear designer Troy Costa’s Avido Tourista collection. Aimed to have the good times rolling, the collection featured flamboyant colours and laidback silhouettes for the perfect stylish traveller in you. (Photo: FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week)
The FDCI Men’s Edit presented menswear designer Troy Costa’s Avido Tourista collection. Aimed to have the good times rolling, the collection featured flamboyant colours and laidback silhouettes for the perfect stylish traveller in you. (Photo: FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week)
Bani Thani – Bridal Heirlooms was a celebration of one’s inner beauty through traditional techniques and crafts. Created by fashion designer Monica Shah and Karishma Swali from the label Jade, the collection featured rich detailing, vibrant colours of miniature art in the couture creations.
Bani Thani – Bridal Heirlooms was a celebration of one’s inner beauty through traditional techniques and crafts. Created by fashion designer Monica Shah and Karishma Swali from the label Jade, the collection featured rich detailing, vibrant colours of miniature art in the couture creations.
Celebrating the beauty of his hometown, Benares, fashion designer Abhishek Gupta unveiled an occasion wear collection for men and women in jewel tones that matched the splendour of the city's traditional weaves.  Shot against the backdrop of Benares, the film was a fashionable homage to the city.
Celebrating the beauty of his hometown, Benares, fashion designer Abhishek Gupta unveiled an occasion wear collection for men and women in jewel tones that matched the splendour of the city’s traditional weaves. Shot against the backdrop of Benares, the film was a fashionable homage to the city.
MXS by Monisha Jaisingh and Shweta Bachchan Nanda’s collection Back to Reality was infused with vibrant colours and bold embellishments. Inspired by the 80s pop culture, the collection featured an array of party wear and athleisure wear in varied colours such as purple, neon yellow, green, and pink. (Photo: Viral Bhayani)
MXS by Monisha Jaisingh and Shweta Bachchan Nanda’s collection Back to Reality was infused with vibrant colours and bold embellishments. Inspired by the 80s pop culture, the collection featured an array of party wear and athleisure wear in varied colours such as purple, neon yellow, green, and pink. (Photo: Viral Bhayani)

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first published:October 07, 2021, 23:45 IST
last updated:October 07, 2021, 23:45 IST