Day 5 At Lakme Fashion Week, 2018 Was StarStudded

Day 5 At Lakme Fashion Week 2018

The finale day of Lakme Fashion Week SS18 was nothing short of a multistarrer blockbuster. An absolutely power-packed day, Day 5 of the LFW SS18 had 12 Bollywood leading ladies walk the runway dressed in gorgeous outfits by ace designers from the fraternity. With soaring style and celebrity quotient the finale day set the runway on fire.

Scroll below for the Day 5 highlights

Anamika Khanna

Set against the backdrop of the Bandra Fort the Lakme Absolute Grand Finale SS18 evening was sealed with the sheer brilliance and fashion aptitude of designer Anamika Khanna. Aligning her collection with the latest addition of neutral lipsticks by Lakme, the designer presented a spell binding finale showcasing. With the mindframeof young millennials as her reference point, Anamika presented plenty of commercial options for occasional dress up. Beginning with beiges and whites, the collection paced to pinks and then to more intense darker hues of reds finally closing with black. Kareena Kapoor made her runway headlines playing showstopper. The queen bee was dressed up in a one-of-a-kind black sari with ornamental ear cuffs, brought the curtains down with her unique swag.

Anamika Khanna LFW Collections

Anamika Khanna LFW

Riddhi Mehra

Designer Riddhi Mehra’s SS18 collection wooed the attendees with her collection named Conco that defined mystique glam. Presenting an aesthetic amalgamation of cultures Riddhi yet again had the onlookers gasping with her unique designs. Fusing Islamic, Indian, Spanish, French, and Chinese art forms. Actress Pooja Hegde played the perfect muse wearing baby pink and white outfit.

Ridhi Mehra at Lakmé Fashion Week LFW

Jayanti Reddy

Rebellious anti-fits spelled with young and fun vibe was Jayanti Reddy’s SS18 collection. Blouses with stiff shoulders worn with more fluid bottoms in drape skirts and dhotis combined fluidity with much structure. Indo-western was Jayabti’s mantra. A summer palette of whites and beige with a stint of black took to the runway at her show. Shilpa Shetty played the fitting muse to Jayanti’s splendid collection.

Jayanti Reddy Collections

Crow

Presenting their vision of sustainable luxury, Crow made their debut on the LFW runway with a collection titled Fundamental Fragments. Set in a color palette moderating between shades of blacks, whites, and greys, Crow presented a collection that defined basic the luxe way. Actress Swara Bhaskar who was the show stopper for the collection made her way to the ramp wearing a unique patterned grey kurta set layered with a black long layering.

Crow LFW Collections

Label Debelle

The Label Debelle sizzled the ramp with their edgy collection named “Daze”. The glamorous Malaika Arora Khan walked the ramp in a black pant sari for the designer behind the label, Nancy Luharuwalla.

Label Debelle

Aarbee by Ravi Bhalotia

Designer Ravi Bhalotia made a fitting debut with his summer pret line of stylish occasion wear labelled “Mid-Summer Wreath”. Actress Karisma Kapoor added all the stars to the designers runway playing his pretty muse wearing an ivory lehenga set.

Aarbee by Ravi Bhalotia LFW 2018

Kotwara

Kotwara lit up the ramp with their SS18 collection “Samanzar” , a garden of flowers. Sushmita added more beauty to the ramp wearing a spectaluar ivory lehenga. Looking like an absolute vision, the designers took the audience with their range of whites in particluar.

Kotwara at Lakmé Fashion Week LFW

All this and more, the LFW’s finale was indeed a star studded fashionable affaire.

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