Lakme Fashion Week and FDCI are the most popular fashion weeks held in India, and this year it is back with all-new spectacular designs by the brilliant designers of India. The FDCI X Lakme Fashion week of this year is a collection of masterpieces by the adventurous designer Anamika Khanna.
Her collection is named the “Timeless the World”line; these former designs are a specialty for men and women with a spray of Indian traditions, culture while style covering all the latest fashion trends.
The Lakmé fashion week is a five-day season that was opened by the popular Anamika Khanna who inculcated the men’s and women’s bridal wear and ethnic wear with unbelievable work of embroidery including lavish robes and sherwanis.
The collection's pieces are paired up with cropped pants or fluid pajamas when cummerbunds and scarves did not fail to add that touch of grandeur to the look.
The fashion line has painting visuals of the famous artists Deepak Kumar Saw, Smriti Lekha Gogoi, and Amlan Dutta who contributed with her floral design work and abstract touches. The women's collection portrayed the beauty of several gems with one-shouldered tunics and cropped blouses paired with asymmetrical skirts. Floor-length coats are beautifully matched with pretty minis with stylish double-breasted jackets that managed to add a slick touch to the garment. The collection includes fluid pants with drapes, while asymmetrical tunics and traditional lehengas add variety to the collection. The fashion line also involves a flowingF shrug that brings an interesting dimension to getting ready, while the shimmery green sequined bodice creation with detailed embroidery work on the skirt was a blast at the show and a hit of the collection.
The Indian fashion designer Anamika Khanna’s “Timeless the World” line is a grand start to the FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week.
The design features beautiful tassels and fringes on the pockets and yokes are splashing all over the garments. The ornamental designs on the shoulder pad give it a festive flavor.
The color specifications are a mix of hues and shades for the men’s jacket style of the collection. The color combinations are a mix of white and black that are playfully dancing around the sunny yellow-shaded pops. It also has colors including natural green and coal shade.
The collection embodied tints of gold that managed to elevate the mood of every individual present at the show.
The fashion week has a 'no rules-bound dressing' pact that allows the designers to maintain the versatility of the pieces and supplement all the latest fashion trends of this year.
This particular fashion week was a joint phygital season and Anamika Khanna managed to pull off an awesome show with her spectacular designs of men’s jacket styles, ethnic embroidery, and the collection is also inspired by deep feelings and emotions that one goes through. From casual comfort wear to fashion luxury, the Indian fashion designer keeps nostalgic essence mixed with the tradition in mind as she pays her respects to the Indian heritage. It is also a creative merger of art and textiles as the designer brings her versions of the fabrics that can be a trendsetter for the coming future.
The FDCI is a non-profit organization that consists of nearly 400 members. It is known because it celebrates Indian fashion talents across India. This organization collects the best of talents in areas of fashion and design and helps nurture and represent them across the world. FDCI stays true to its commitment to promote the 'Make in India' label as handlooms take center stage, in a country, whose heritage is soaked in the flavors of indigenous crafts. The organization's prime target is to promote the business of fashion and spreading awareness referencing it.
Lakmé is India's no.1 color cosmetics and leading premium skincare brand by Hindustan Unilever
Ltd. The brand has been the leader of make-up and color cosmetics in India since 1952 by launching many beauty trends while creating some of the most popular high-performance products. The brand recognizes the importance of an in-depth understanding of the Indian woman’s needs and skincare requirements.