Monday 26, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
Numerous Indian fashion designers participated in the Phygital LMIFW SS'21. Varun Bahl was one of the Indian fashion designers to participate in the fashion week, and he elegantly showcased his latest collection- Bloom- Demi Couture'20.
"The Age Of Innocence" By Tarun Tahiliani At LMIFW SS'21! On day third of the event, designer Tarun Tahiliani aced the fashion in India with his avant-garde designs. If you missed out on the specifications of his collection titled "The Age Of Innocence," read the blog.
Neeta Lulla Presents "The She Universe" At LMIFW SS'21! Neeta Lulla showcased her new collection- "The She Universe," at the LMIFW SS 2021. To know the specifications of Neeta Lulla's latest designs, Read more!
Suneet Varma Unveils ‘The Eternal Lightness of Being’ At LMIFW SS'21! Suneet Varma's latest collection titled 'The Eternal Lightness of Being' was showcased on day two of the first-ever Phygital Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2021.
Ravi Bajaj's collection was an ode to the dressing sense, style, and glamour of the Indian cinema of the 60s and 70s era. Continue reading to unbury the details of the latest collection.
Gauri & Nainika Presents ‘Fresh, Free-Spirited And Utterly Feminine’ SS21 Collection! On the day second of Phygital Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2021, the latest women fashion took by storm as Gauri & Nainika introduced beautiful designs to the world.
Ranna Gill At The First-Ever Phygital Edition Of LMIFW SS'21! One of the best designs were brought to light by designer- Ranna Gill at LMIFW SS'21. Ranna Gill's collection was titled- "Floral Opulence "
If you are in search of some dressing sense inspiration, continue reading as the blog covers a quick specification of the day two designer collections.
The latest fashion news in India is DHI led by Anjana Bhargav, and Ankita Bhargava Meattle showcased a trailblazing collection at Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week. The collection conceptualized during the pandemic of Covid-19 effortlessly took the trends in Indian fashion to a new level.
The ace Indian fashion designer Nitin Bal Chauhan launched his latest collection named 'Naevus.' The thought that inspired him was that of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.