Home » Events » Sustainability Theme Well-Articulated At The LFW 2016 On Day 2

Sustainability Theme Well-Articulated At The LFW 2016 On Day 2

by Fashionlady
Day 2 of LFW 2016

Day 2 of LFW 2016

Time just slipped away at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016 on the day 2. Every moment spent in perceiving the outlandish work executed by the designers was time spent in worth. Let’s sit back and chat over the designers and their collection displayed here-

Mrinalini Gupta

‘Banaras’ by Mrinalini Gupta kept a strong rooted line to the streets of Varanasi. The designer maintained a rustic touch to the collection. The tea and coffee soaked linen and cotton, depicted the perfect tone of summer/resort theme. She played a bit with gauze for creativity and undertook detailed layering too. The collection with maxis, pencil skirts, tunics, cowl draped breezy skirts, harem pants, hand knit t-shirts etc. defined an unconventional theme through the designs. Dominant colors were different shades of beige and browns. Saris were also displayed with lacing detail or red and black hemlines.

[Also ReadLakme Fashion Week 2016 By Manish Malhotra]

Mrinalini Gupta at LFW 2016

Mrinalini Gupta at 2016 LFW

2016 Mrinalini Gupta at LFW

Gaurang Shah

‘Calico’ is his ode to the 11th century printed and cotton fabrics of Calicut. His compilation consisted entirely of Saris and gowns where each gown had 3 saris blended together in an artistic form. Also keeping the vintage theme playing loud, the outfits were weaved using Jamdhani technique which is the key focus throughout the show. No embellishments, tassels were needed to heighten the outfit. From extremely soothing summer hues like mild yellow, mint green to darker and deeper shades, the designer exhibited a collection totally creative and splendid in every form.

Gaurang Shah at 2016 LFW

Gaurang Shah at LFW

Gaurang Shah at LFW 2016

Carol Gracias, the long-time-no-see Indian supermodel walked the ramp for Gaurang in a beautiful green and pink sari flaunting the very evident baby bump. Glowing with her happiness, she looked bold and in perfect attitude while on the ramp.

Gaurang Shah at LFW


Be Beautiful – Eleven Eleven

Dancing around the concept of dressing up, the designer experimented a successful interactive ramp walk. The models walking the ramp would consider themselves as designers and add the finishing touch ups to their looks. Summer looked at its best with khadi silk wool, khadi cotton with plastic bags were well weaved to form an amazing fabric oriented collection. Keenly keeping the shades of blue and indigo intact with intricate designs interweaved the collection looked classic yet chic.

1111 at Lakmé Fashion Week 2016

1111 at Lakmé Fashion Week summerresort 2016

1111 at lfw 2016

Wendell Rodricks At 2016 LFW


Sticking strongly to the sustainability theme, the designers, Ruchi Tripathi and Jaya Bhatt presented their collection by Indigene. Be it shirts, long pants or jackets, we are bound to find simplicity, modesty and genuinely designed fabric. Striking a node of style and class, the designers chose the ajrak technique with Burkina Faso motifs that inspired from the Islamic architecture in sufficiency. The designs look quite geometric and linear with a handbag in play and aided in bringing an organic feel around.

Indigene at 2016 LFW

Indigene at LFW

Indigene at LFW 2016

Images Source: vogue.in

You may also like

Leave a Comment