Saturday 31, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
The Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 is serving us some serious fashion inspiration on latest trends in fashion day after day. Day 2 of the fashion week at Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi saw heirloom textiles, everyday essentials, avant-garde fashion and pre collections that left us awe-struck. The creations were a mix of old-world ideologies intermingled with a millennial vibe.
Edgy outfits, a modern upgrade of traditional silhouttes and monotone hues dominated day two of the fashion week, making them some of the latest fashion trends. For Dhi and Shruti Sancheti’s show monotone and pastels seems to be the buzzword that defined the colour palette. Feminine, modern and effortlessly chic silhouettes characterized with heavy embroidery and appliqué defined Shruti’s line up while Dhi’s collection was more relaxed.
Pinnacle by Shruti Sancheti believes in wear-ability, celebrates femininity and always chooses comfort while keeping a strong design aesthetic at the fore.
The brand offers classic style combined with elegance, a sense of timelessness and sophistication. Taking inspiration from the rich treasure trove of Indian textile’s and craftsmanship.
Shruti’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection, Orient Express, takes inspiration from Japanese Cherry blossoms featuring light, flowy and feminine silhouettes in pastel hues. A chic line up of printed dress, skirts and crop tops perfect for the summer.
Her creations depicted the idea of comfortable yet chic flirty silhouettes. Sheer fabrics, frills and floral thread work added an elegant touch to the garments. Maroon shades, voluminous silhouettes and XL bags were also spotted on the runway.
Anjana Bhargava and Ankita Bhargava Meattle introduced their label Dhi at the Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. The brand started out with the thought to preserve Indian traditional workmanship and crafts yet keep them relevant in our ever-evolving world. Dhi caters to the needs of the global citizen while retaining Indian culture and tradition using sustainable Indian fabrics and weaves making them latest fashion trends.
The collection ‘Titli – The Surreal Butterfly’ featured relaxed silhouettes for everyday wear were created using lightweight fabrics in pristine shades of white, pastel hues, pink and tangerine. The duo brings to life the idea of zero wastage with their spring/summer 2020 collection in flowing fabrics and soothing colours.
Pastel shades and flowing fabrics will rule the fashion world during the summer of 2020. We have surely taken cues of the latest fashion trends but have you?