Friday 30, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
Nachiket Barve’s “Passport Princesses” was presented in collaboration with Caprese handbags at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019.
Caprese – the perfect handbag accessory
Inspired by a pristine little island off the Italian shores. A country that has, for centuries, been synonymous with the future of women’s fashion, Caprese takes its inspiration from its free-spiritedness. With a confident aesthetic sense, sleek cuts and an indulgent voice to suit any occasion – Caprese’s every design is crafted as a style testament to every woman who wishes to announce her arrival in life.
Sudip Ghose, Managing Director, VIP Industries said “Caprese is pleased to be a part of the landmark celebration of fashion at Lakmé Fashion Week for the 06th consecutive season. The platform is a perfect fit for Caprese since we are a fashion-forward brand and provide the modern Indian woman with a perfect combination of fashion and function in our range of avant-garde handbags. We are pleased to see the warm response of the audience to our collaboration with Nachiket Barve.”
Commenting on the association Designer Nachiket Barve said, “Amalgamating Indian techniques with a global outlook, ‘The ‘Passport Princesses’ Collection is an ode to the stylish 70s Jet Setter style, adapted for the modern, confident Indian woman as she traverses the world in her quest for the best. I am looking forward to showcasing the collection, accessorized by Caprese handbags and luggage.”
True to the international high-fashion lineage of Caprese, the latest Autumn Winter ’19 collection offers a brilliant mix of high fashion and functionality. Crafted in modern contemporary silhouettes with a fresh and vivid color palette consisting of both pleasing pastels and bright pop favorites like coral and olive, the collection offers a handbag for every occasion and need of today’s modern woman complimenting Nachiket Barve’s design sensibilities. The new collection of Caprese consists of totes, satchels, hobos, sling bags, laptop bags and bag packs with chic wallets and clutches.
Nachiket Barve’s Ultra Glam Looks
Nachiket Barve’s collection ‘Passport Princess’, inspired by the colorful elements of the Caprese Brand is aimed at the new age modern women who spend ample time jetting around, the looks were created keeping in mind the events one needs to cover at an international level. To cater to this need an intelligent mix of coordinated separates was designed.
Looking at the lush bamboo groves of the Jardin Majorelle of Marrakesh where the wearer can channel her inner Talitha Getty; the looks were inspired by the languid Moroccan flavors with the sprig of leaves motifs embellished in gold silver and white on the luxurious evening wear.
The fabrics comprised of georgette, velvet, silk and tulle in hues of hot red and black as the prominent hues while white, maroon and blue appeared to create a colorful balance. Appeared in white, silver or gold to highlight the very feminine silhouettes that the jet setting lady will love. The amazing patterns were achieved with hand punched wool felt appliqué.
The show’s woww was the jade printed poncho with fringed hemline and teamed with ivory palazzos. The floor-length robe, black sheer maxi over a bodysuit and the 3D embellishments on floor kissing gowns were the highlight of the look.
The collection showcased glittery Kaftans both long and the mini ones. The white palazzo with long robe, jumpsuit with embroidered bodice and shoulder trails, the low crotch pants with one-shoulder red tunic and the maroon velvet one-shoulder kaftan with fringes created the mood of the inspiration perfectly. Ponchos were either short or long at times in tulle. Net capes added to the seductive appeal of the gown as they appeared on the runway.
Rakul Preet Singh, the Bollywood star swayed the ramp in a glittering, black, jumpsuit under a long net robe with fringed long sleeves closing the show for the talented designer.
Lakmé Official Makeup Expert at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019, Namrata Soni for the Nachiket Barve show kept the face matte with only a sheer blush on the cheeks to add a pop of color. The eyes were the center of attention, a matte blue eyeshadow was used to create an exaggerated cut crease wing. The eyes were defined with a strong brow and heavy mascara. The look was completed with the Lakmé Absolute Matte Revolution Lipstick in the shade Coral Kiss.