From bandhani’s to block prints, LFW Day 2 was all about raw textiles. Also called Textile Day, day 2 highlighted the skills of craftsmen from towns like Kutch, Pollachi and various other cities from all over India. The designs and garments on display weren’t only visually appealing but also contributed to the upliftment of local artisans.
Many designers collaborated with local craftsmen and embodied their skill into modern-day silhouettes and edgy styles.
The designer showcased his line which spelled out comfortable with every design. He used solid colors in earthy tones of blue, rust orange and gray.
Kriti Tula’s designs were all about showing off natural curves. All of her outfits had waistlines emphasized with either corsets or buckled-belts teamed with unusual prints.
Chola by Sohaya Misra created easy-to-wear clothes that do not conform to the fit-to-body concept with this line at LFW. Her showstopper, Adhuna Akhtar turned the ramp into a party with her final walk – check it out below!
Gaurav Jai Gupta’s layering game was strong as he displayed his latest collection on the ramp. But sneakers paired with all those outfits was definitely our favorite bit!
Sequinned lips and silks made an amazing combination at Sunita Shanker’s show. The designer chose to work with tones of red, maroon, black and gray with floral inspired patterns.