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Lakme Fashion Week – Day 5: You Cannot Just Get Enough of It

Posted on February 06 2018

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Lakme Fashion Week, Day 5 – The last day of the biggest fashion event on India definitely left an everlasting impact on the audiences who witnessed this beautiful ramp show of the stars. The last day was definitely greeted with euphoria and the runway was on fire with back to back amazing designs of the most celebrated fashion designers of India.

Let’s have look at the most trendy and awe-inspiring collections from the day 5 of Lakme Fashion Week:

Manish Malhotra


Manish Malhotra’s collections are always awaited no matter what fashion event it is. This time, the most celebrated fashion designer of India unveiled his “Tales of Indulgence” collection and gave his audience an extravagant display as he launched his personalized women’s cocktail and menswear with some classy festive lines. His collection was a perfect mélange of club wear, evening wear, and specifically tailored suits showcasing baggy pants, ruched ankles, embellished lapel jackets, and long velvet coats with the fur accents. Aditya Roy Kapur and Jacqueline Frenandez created a wow factor when they showed up on the screen.

De Belle | Faabiiana | Hardika Gulati | Ruceru

hardika gulati

De Belle’s this year collection was entirely created as per women’s perspective giving it a perfect blend of western and Indian designs with a unique range of silhouettes and textile fabrics. This collection intelligently represented the revolution mindset of women.

Faabiiana’s silhouettes were there to bring the glow in the dark. They were inspired by moody, moonlit florals with the blend of ash rose and little blush showing the lighter side of the day. The line was intricately fused with Gota work, Aari, Chikankari, and Mukaish work.

Hardika Gulati’s collection was more focused on mythological characters especially Sita and Draupadi. The collection was the blend of modern techniques and classic created with the textured fabrics such as checks.

Ruceru’s collection was inspired by the nature and it magically created the mood of chaotic silence connected to the spirit of womanhood. The idea of the collection was to show “growth and fall” in a mesmerizing way and the collecting very well represented it by minimizing the embellishments on each peace. The whole collection created an intriguing appeal among the audience.

Jayanti Reddy

jayanti reddy

Jayanti Reddy brightened the runway with the lehengas, jackets, shararas, shawls, tunics, blouses, and pants. The collection went all royal when it was combined with the heavy ruffles and exaggerated tassels. The royal woman Aditi Rao Haydri added to the grace of Jayanti’s collection.

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Divya Reddy

Divya Reddy’s collection was more about festive wear that lightens the runway with frilled maxi skirts paired up with matching embroidred cholis with long sleeves and body hugging attire. The lehengas were also astonishing with abstract designs.

Sonaakshi Raaj


Sonakshi Raj presented her all black dhoti inspired saree which she paired up with a matching cropped blouse with PVC at the hem. Bespoke off-shoulder blouses added variety to her collection.

Shriya Som

Shriya Som experimented with bodycon creations, shifts and midi dresses with ruffle detail along with crop tops, pantsuits, cocktail gowns and faux fur jackets, which turns out be a successful experiment for her. Diana Penty was spotted wearing the most gorgeous gown from her collection.

Amoh by Jade

Amoh by Jade collection was nothing less than an exquisite choice of garments meant for the special occasions. The collection included well-tailored & floor-length corsets and capes with scallop details. This collection has something for everyone.

Ridhi Mehra

Ridhi Mehra’s minimalistic and modest design aesthetics made for a stylish demi-couture collection. Beautifully created with the bride and her entourage in mind, the collection was a study in prints and embellishments. Details such as Bugle beads were gorgeously turned into jaalis, and scallop print patches, fringes, and fabric tassels added oomph to the ensembles in shades of midnight black, ivory, champagne and millennial pink to name a few.

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