Krishna Mehta’s love affair with the textiles of India has been an ongoing process for decades. The designer has presented the most fabulous collections season after season working with various Indian state handlooms. For Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 Krishna once again brought to centre stage the glory and beauty of Indian handlooms from Benaras, Maheshwar, Bhagalpur and Manipur.
Ladies and gentlemen, hold your breath as Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 starts today. Designers, Masaba Gupta and Amit Aggarwal will be opening the show. So before we dig deep into what our fashion fabricators have in store for us, let’s take a sneak-peak into backstage where fitting sessions decide the final outcome of the show! Here’s what goes into making a fabulous fashion show.
Anita Dongre at fittings
The good old Sharara skirts are back on the ramp with a bang this time. Call it edgy or peppy, but the modern twist that designers are imparting on this floor sweeping, flared palazzo is creating quite a buzz on runways. Shararas look like heavily layered skirts.