A day that starts with Sushmita Sen sashaying down the runway, is indeed destined to be special. And that’s exactly how the day 2 of Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019 turned out to be. Full of fantasy and mesmerising sartorial details, designers managed to bring out the best of summer style. Here’s a quick glance at how the day took an ethereal turn:
Abstract by Megha
The collection relishes the summer goodness through light fabrics and fresh colours. Sophie Choudry concluded this pretty lineup in a draped green and grey ensemble that looked stunning on her.
Bhumika & Jyoti
Green and white colour palette made for a dramatic combination on the runway via some amazing easy-breezy silhouettes. But what really stunned us was Sushmita Sen‘s charming entry in a floaty off-shoulder dress.
The new spring/summer collection by Vidhi Wadhwani was called Ikigai, which means ‘Reason For Being’ in Japanese. This minimalistic collection was inspired by the designer’s recent trip to Japan. Diana Penty played the role of the muse and walked down the runway as a showstopper in an all-white ensemble.
Through the designer’s signature prints, tribal life is depicted on modern silhouettes. Woven fabrics took the form of the mud walls and the was inspired by the wall arts as seen in Rajasthan.
Reminiscing the vibes of the British quaint parks and celebrating the summer feels, Shruti Sancheti’s collection was quintessential sunny weather. Subtle hues of ivory cream, duck egg blue, apricot orange, mustard yellow, sage green, berry milkshake pinks and teal blue made a cohesive lineup.
Surrealism took a new form through Prashant Verma’s collection of flouncy, billowy silhouettes and meshy headgears. It would be unfair to call it a lineup as it looked like an art presentation on the runway that simply took our breath away.
Nitin Bal Chauhan
“The Gatekeeper” collection was all about the opulence and prowess of old kingdoms. The modern silhouettes have a rich overlay of gold 3D embroidery, whereas the headgears were inspired by vintage bonnets & hats.
The WOW Factor presented by Wendell Rodricks was all about the colours and its vibrancy. The uber cool styles and swimwear were designed keeping in mind the millennials.
Gauri & Nainika
Known for their billowy gowns, Gauri & Nainika kept close to their design aesthetics for their spring summer collection too. Pretty A-line dresses and flouncy sleeves made sure this collection was something we will not easily forget.
Tell us in the comments below which collection stole your heart from day 2 of Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019.