Street Style Influences At Lakme Fashion Week You HAVE To Make A Note Of!

Marv D'Souza , 04 Sep 2015
Baggit styled by Little Shilpa
Baggit styled by Little Shilpa

Every time we’re back from a fashion week, BandraRoad spends time decoding and fishing out looks that inspired us. Not just that, some of the outfits we see in shows represent the street in a very specific way. That’s the fun thing about street-wear. It’s not restricted to one idea. They come from various influences and can be turned into so much more. In this post, we’re showing you 5 cool street style stories that were represented in designer collections showcased at Lakmé Fashion Week winter/festive 2015!

Classic Contemporary

We saw a few, very smart designers who took classic street staples like jumpers, shirts, bomber jackets and track pants and presented them with an update. The lines were cleaner and the details were subtle but stark.

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Monkey-See-Monkey-Do
Tanienya Khanuj
Sol by Piyush Dedhia
Theorem by Nitin Chawla
Sol by Piyush Dedhia
Rishta by Arjun Saluja
Manish Bansal
Gen Next at LFW w/f 2015


Print Propaganda

Prints and visual-heavy stories are hugely popular on the streets and on the runway.  The two came together as bad-ass street-strong looks in runway collections for autumn/winter.

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Sol by Piyush Dedhia
Siddharth Bansal
Manish Bansal
Huemn
Armaan Aiman


Deconstruction

Here’s a nice style story and one of my favorites: Kallol Datta‘s 1955, Antar Agni and Grassroots by Anita Dongre, were among a few select designers who presented looks with deconstructions but in a relaxed, non-fussy form.

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Kallol Datta 1955
Antar Agni
Grassroots by Anita Dongre


Love of Layering

Because we’re talking winter-wear, we were obviously treated to street layering styles by some of the biggest emerging names in Indian fashion!

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Kallol Datta 1955
KALEEKAL
Amalraj Sengupta
Gen Next at LFW w/f 2015
Rishta by Arjun Saluja


Retro Revisited

Retro themes are always a familiar place to find street inspiration, but this time we saw some old-school favourites like pop colours, paper boy styling and jarring digi-prints that come alive on the runway!

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Antar Agni
Miuniku
Dhruv Kapoor
Siddharth-Bansal
Baggit styled by Little Shilpa


So, there you go. Be it the runway or the road, street style always has a way to stand out and shine. What’s your favourite pick from fashion week? Stay tuned to #BandraRoad on social media to get all the dope on cool street wear. We’re on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: the front row to everything that’s edgy, comfortable and contemporary on the street!

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