The weeklong fashion extravaganza has hiked the social media accounts and has become the talk of the town with its new innovative theme #MyFashionMyTribe which delivers fashion to all skins and sizes. The Fashion Design Council of India presented 32nd edition of Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, in association with EbixCash Spring-Summer 20 at a new venue, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, India Gate, New Delhi from 9th October 2019- 12th October 2019.
Designers Bhumika Sharma, Divya Reddy and Nikita Mhaisakar showcased their latest collection on the third day at India Fashion Week starring the latest fashion trends of designs, colors and styles.
The collection ‘Nejma’ by Bhumika Sharma was inspired by Moroccon architecture which is exotic, majestic and traditional and presented a creative fusion of vintage craftsmanship amalgamated with modern silhouettes. It beautifully featured prints, geometric patterns, symmetrical prints and bright colors like red, aqua and ivories doused in luxurious pearls with gold and silver accents, handcrafted French knots, resham thread work and intricate hand embroidery inspired from the pillars of casablanca. The latest fashion trends of using rich textiles like pure georgettes, silk organzas, linen satin and chiffons were dyed in bright hues.
Sobita Dhulipala strutted through the ramp in red block printed saree stole the show in a lustrous and chic way. Her subtle make up long earrings complemented the whole attire. ‘Nejma’ was a combination of modern luxury, sophistication juxtaposed with ease and flow.
The collection ‘Aagami’ by Divya Reddy was inspired by the word ‘Future’ focusing majorly over the concern for climate change and saving our planet. The latest fashion trend of using embellishments represented the flora and fauna that is either extinxt or on the verge of extinction. It was a tribute to the environment incorporating the color palette of earthy tones of yellow, pink and green. It also incorporated the latest textures of fabrics like sheer, organza and net.
The whole assortment was influenced by the flora and fauna and thus inhibited the flowy silhouettes like tiered skirts and tops in shaded tones. Bollywood actress Rakul Preet, sashayed the ramp in a beautiful two tone net dress with yellow and silver embellishments along with straight hair and nude makeup technique.
The collection ‘Savana’ by Nikita Mhaisalkar was inspired by the old school technique of raffia embroidery using upcycled palm Raffia. It was a palatial collection that restored all the natural handcrafted embroidery techniques. The collection explored the fabrics like silk and satin with lot of printing over the fabrics.
It told the story of being bold and beautiful consuming the latest fashion trends of drapes, pants, jackets, dresses and flowy cinched gowns dipped into the colors of mud, brown, gold and black with statement brown belts. Long black stilettos and shaded wayfarers attracted the whole look.
The animal printed fabrics combined with embroidered sling bags complemented the whole look. The whole episode of the talented designers manifested the art of nature as their true inspiration and creativity.