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Decoding The Latest Fashion Trends On Day 2 Of The LMIFW SS’20!

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Decoding The Latest Fashion Trends On Day 2 Of The LMIFW SS’20!

The Fashion Design Council of India is back with yet another dose of fashion. The Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 kick started on the 9th of October, Wednesday and will continue till the 12th of October 2019 at the Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi. The theme this season, #MyFashionMyTribe reflects the reality of the fashion world.There’s not doubt that we all love the hustle-bustle and the star-studded affair the fashion week brings with it, and the gorgeous creations are a cherry on top.

As we decode the latest fashion trends, Day 1 at Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 kick started with a bang and day 2 continued the trend. The fashion week was taken up a couple of notches with drool worth and jaw-dropping ensembles. Day 2 saw the coming together of three designers Jenjum Gadi, Munkee.seeMunkee.Doo and Naturally Anuradha in association with EbixCASH.

Jenjum Gadi

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Jenjum Gadi

The showcase featured a range of refreshing and light silhouettes.  From cotton dresses that are perfect for the summer to Assam silk sarees, this was a pleasant surprise.

JenjumGadi is well known for its refreshing take on design using tribal colours. Tribal colours, motifs, art and culture inspired his collection. The menswear label specializes in innovative conceptual embroidery, texturing and mixing fabrics with a variety of stitching, draping and layering techniques; the brand depicts modern clothing for today with a hint of the past and affordable luxury.

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tribal colours by jenjum gadi

The spring/summer 2020 collection celebrated the classic colour combination of black and gold in menswear. Featuring a wide variety of sharply tailored and casual silhouettes. The line up included some of the latest fashion trends including, blazers, trousers, bomber jackets and a new spin on the classic kurta. Jenjum chose to play with layering and drapes presenting his creations in a new light.  Blazers, trousers and shirts with heavy embellishments were spotted on the runway. He used thread and zari work to create the magic.


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Established in 2009 by Teresa and Utsav Pradhan, Munkee.see.Munkee.doo works with hand woven developments with a focus on clean aesthetics and attention to detail. The brand brings together modern innovation on classics and transforms them into contemporary staples for urban lifestyle. A common thread amongst all their creations is an appreciation for clothes that suggest something new but are timeless. 

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Munkee works with hand woven developments


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Anuradha Kuli

The Spring/Summer 2020 collection presented basic wardrobe essentials that were updated and reworked to create modern silhouettes like maxi dresses, crop tops, skirts and trousers. A play of architecture and sculptural lines are seen in the line up created using cottons hand woven in Manipur bringing the hand-woven back in the latest fashion trend.

Designer Anuradha Kuli specializes in traditional ethnic wear from Assam and creates magic from a variety of silk types. Her eclectic spring/summer 2020 collection of 100 % organic eri, muga and mulberry silk consisted of traditional Indian sarees and lehengas.

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Anuradha Kuli specializes in traditional ethnic wear from Assam
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Anuradha Kuli specializes in traditional ethnic wear from Assam

Taking inspiration from the tribes of Assam, orange, cream, black, blue and red with in-house cultivated indigo and turmeric dye defined the colour palette.

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Anuradha Kuli

A burst of colours along with relaxed and comfortable silhouettes are some of the latest fashion trends to take note off.

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