Posted on May 21 2020
Day 3- The day started with a bang, and several bulging B-Town Celebrities walked the ramp for famous fashion designers. Reveling 20 years of Lakme Fashion Week, designers displayed their most state-of-the-art designs and creative patterns this year, along with the several young and endowed with talented designers. Bollywood heartthrobs like Karan Singh Grover and Bipasha Basu, Dia Mirza, and Malaika Arora Khan walked the ramp for renowned fashion designers. The beautiful collections grabbed all the prominent attention and captivated everyone to the core.
Day 3 started at a very encouraging note presenting the excellent collections of the competent fashion designers of the industry. From sophisticated embroideries to fine cutworks, the designers exhibited beautiful collections at Lakme Fashion Week 2020! Let us have a look at the tailoring crafts of experienced and talented designers from the world of fashion who awestruck all the fans with their startling work!
Bollywood actor Karan Singh Grover and actress Bipasha Basu started the day walking the ramp for the designer Sanjukta Dutta, for her collection ‘PRAYAASH.’ Her collection swanked of a lively colour palette and Assamese silk. The collection in a way was her honour to star-studded artists including Frida Kahlo and Vincent Van Gogh. The use of beautiful motifs on the outfits made the collection more eye-catching.
It was then Bollywood diva, Malaika Arora who enlightened the ramp for designer Varun Chakkilam’s collection that edify more of pastel hues such as crimson and maroon. The gorgeous Malaika Arora looked stunning in a red heavily embellished lehenga and who took the heart away of the spectators. The theme of her collection, ‘cupcake’, designer Gazal Mishra’s range saw lighter hues like powder blue, baby pink and yellow. This collection was a complete feast for the eyes.
Then actress Saiee Manjrekar took the stage for the collection ‘Jiviva’ designed by the designers Vijay, Varsha, and Jig. This throng was referred, ‘Pride of Pashmina’ that was stirred by Indian Heritage, Handmade Embroidery & Craft.
Then the audience was left spellbound by the exhibition of collections by three labels – such as Mishru, Jajaaboor, and TAHWEAVE. The collections by Jajaaboor slice the use of wrap-around dresses, blazers, polka dots, skirts, and embroidered jackets. The collection of TAHWEAVE was outstanding, with unique designs, elegant embroidery, and exciting colours whereas the collection by Mishru engrossed mostly on hues like grey, shades of blue, lavender, pink, and black.
The elegant Diya Mirza then took the stage as she walked off the ramp for the designers Meera, Muzaffar Ali and their daughter Sama. Taking the motivation from the village of Kotwara and its affluent crafts, the collection by the label, ‘House of Kotwara’, exhibited some striking Chikankari outfits with sophisticated work.
Then it was designer Anand Kabra’s collection that displayed the use of earthy tones, and his attire had a rather traditional touch to them. The footwear worn by the models mainly were outstanding, owing to the fantastic embroidery and sophisticated work on them. The collection was intended at being wearable, comfortable, and light as possible.
It was then designer Gaurang Shah team up with Lakme Salon for his eccentric collection known as ‘Garam Masala’. The primary focus was to ensure that the unique hair colours presented by Lakme, inspired by ‘masalas’ or spices. The good gorgeous actress Tabu walked the ramp for the designer in addition to a lovely narration by herself during the mega event.
Diana Penty then walked the ramp for the designers Naresh & Shivan in teamwork with Capresse that exhibited their collection, ‘Hututi Summer’. The fantastic collection was made envisioning a modern millennial bride; it also features silhouettes stirred from the ethos of the Korean Peninsula. The colour palette saw many divergences, and the shades were resultant from Korean elements. The impression of the collection was to keep it elegant, stylish, and meek, while different colours were used to opposed several printings and designs.
Designer Sohaya Mishra teamed up with Reebok Zig Kinetica and exhibited an outstanding range of outfits. This immense collection was created, keeping mind the hues of the shoes-namely red, orange, black, and white. The fabrics used for the dressmaking included cotton, khadi, linen, and banana fiber. Bollywood actor Aditya Roy Kapur walked off the ramp flaunting a dapper black outfit.
The third day of Lakme Fashion Week 2020 came to an end on an exciting note with Samant Chauhan exhibiting his collection. Indian cricket star Shikhar Dhawan was the showstopper who displayed the trendy collection as walking on the ramp.
Finally, the marvelous Nora Fatehi walked the ramp for the designer Gauri and Nayanika, whose collection saw unusual fairy-tale gowns. The colour palette comprised an overabundance of hues, namely blue, white, and contrasts of grey.