Blending folklore and fables of 16th century temple art with 21st century forms, Gaurang Shah’s ‘Chitr-Sena’ collection was poetry in motion at the fashion week. The show opened to the melodious voice of Shubha Mudgal who sang the theme song of ‘Chitr-Sena’ as models gracefully glided down the ramp.
Bringing festive flavour on the ramp at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014, Ekta Jaipura and Ruchira Kandhari under their label ‘Ekru’ presented a riot of colours and fabrics.
Inspired by the richness of the temples of South India and the rule of the Chola dynasty—a throwback to an era that was decadent, detailed and divine, Harshita Chatterjee Deshpande showcased ‘Footsteps of the Temple Girl’ at Jabong Stage during the fashion week.
‘Midway Gardens’ by Pratima Pandey- Putting an emphasis on Eco-friendly fashion that highlights craftsmanship and sustainability; Pratima Pandey’s label ‘Prama’, presented ‘Midway Gardens’ at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014.
‘Hooked’ by Debashri Samanta- Tussar, silk and woolen jamdani came together for Debashri Samanta who enchanted the audience with her Vietnam-inspired collection called ‘Hooked’ at the fashion week.