Thursday 25, Feb 2021, Delhi (India)
Day 3 of Phygital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2021 witnessed a trailblazing upgrade for the dressing sense of Indian consumers. The third day of the event received attention in the Indian fashion news as it showcased collections that portrayed luxury and contemporary embroidery. Just like the day first and second, the third day also spotted numerous Indian fashion designers, fashion brands, and labels effortlessly showcasing grandeur and glamour. Continue reading, as the blog will brief you about the specifications of the day third.
Latest in the Indian fashion news is the contemporary embroidery export house- Milaaya Embroideries, as they recently launched- GAYA- a premium fashion brand. Gaya launched a line of luxury loungewear with a dash of glamour at Fashion Design Council Of India's first-ever Phygital Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring-Summer’21!
The World Of Gaya has something for everyone and transcends boundaries of countries, cultures, and races in keeping with its global appeal and dressing sense. The brand "Gaya" took inspiration from the earth and all that it nurtures - its people, cultures, flora, and fauna. The brand's lounge line consists of two collections: Palm Leaf and Loungy Denims. Palm Leaf, the first collection, portrayed the New Earth- a beautiful, rebooted new earth after the metaphorical storm in the form of the current world scenario has passed. The Loungy Denims collection took the classic denim and modernized it into a stylized mix of uber-cool modern silhouettes, innovative embellishment, and interesting patch-work with a comfortable loungy vibe.
On the third day of Phygital Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2021, designer Anuradha Pegu modified a weaving unit into her runway with opening shots focused on artisans and models positioned among the looms. Her latest collection portrayed her strengths, recreating the state’s handloom silks in new iterations. It had saris in the traditional golden MUGA hue dotted with oversized motifs and heavy borders on jewel-hued silks. The saris also offered smooth variations in proportion, and dressing sense while staying true to the state’s crafts heritage.
The Indian fashion designer- Rimi Nayak made it to the Indian fashion news by launching her Spring-Summer '21 collection 'Bloom' at the first-ever Phygital Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week. The designs represent the essential qualities that will be visible when the world will successfully defeat the pandemic. 'Bloom' unearths the glimpse of hope and resilience. It takes inspiration from this period of sorrow and misery to showcase the tale of optimism and zeal. Rimi Nayak’s 'Bloom' celebrates "that feeling called Spring.'' The collection represents the actual nature of humans, which is to flourish and stay positive and not to stay caged. The prints in the collection are inspired by tropical growth. The color palette for 'Bloom' includes colors that portray hope and positivity. The colors used shows the carefree nature of spring. Silhouettes in the collection are free-flowing, which are an apt fit for the scorching summer.
‘Umme Rabab’ by Ashima Leena is in the latest fashion news. The collection is a tribute to the skilled craftsmen and weavers of the textile industry who are struggling to make ends meet. The designer and her label have been working with these weavers and craftsmen for a long time. She looks forward to supporting them in such a crucial period. The couture collection 'Umme Rabab' blends exquisite hand embroidery with classic AL Maharani silhouettes. The designs highlight the AL legacy of admirable craftsmanship. This tribute collection consists of intricate paisley patterns bordered with handmade tassels and hand-embroidered beadwork. The uniqueness of the "Umme Rabab" comes from a variety of shades and colors of the fabrics. The collection’s color palette contains colors like mustards, muted turmeric, soft dusty pink, ivory, pomegranate red, iron black, beaten gold, bold pinks, deep emerald, and sand like beige. The collection adds the royalty of Maharani to the modern era. It contains apparel like long jackets, sarees, and lehengas. ‘Umme Rabab’ also consists of odhnis in chanderi, brocade, zardosi, and applique work.
Niki Mahajan named her latest collection Under the Midnight Sky, which she showcased at Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week, Spring-Summer '21. The work done by Niki Mahajan is none less than dreamy and elegant. The designer has used hand made textiles and vintage embroidery techniques for the collection. It consists of sarees, lehengas, Kurtis, and flowy skirts. The outfits in the collection are handcrafted in silver metal wires by Lucknow- based craftsmen. Delicate mirrors and tiny pearls are also used to beautify the collection. Colour palette for 'Under The Midnight Sky' includes shades of the midnight sky, which are grey, blue, and purple.
LMIFW | SS'21
The latest collection by the designer Abhishek Gupta is a celebration of artistry and culture of the holy land of Benares. It showcases the elegance and heritage of Benares. The designer is fond of the land's culture and heritage as he was grown up in Benares. Abhishek Gupta has tried to represent this heritage and culture in his latest collection by using traditional handloom fabrics with delicate applique, pleating, textures, and embroidery. The impeccable cuts and ace tailoring complete the traditional look of the collection. The sherwanis in the latest work are lined with brocades, which provide a sense of richness and luxury. This collection inspired by the Land of Shiva is an embodiment of pride and humility.