We loved the innovative way in which the ramp was turned into a virtual Garden of Eden with foliage, creepers and greenery swirling down from the ceiling and around the stage. Clumps of delicate plants hung from the walls lit with tiny circular bulbs. Blue fairy lights twinkled around the ramp. As the lights dimmed, the lit bushes rose up to the ceiling to the strains of melodious music and the gentle voice of Sonam Kalra, the trained opera and Hindustani singer which was just so blissful to hear.
Against a backdrop of painted temples and through the very earthy ambience with the audience sitting in the centre and around the amazing catwalk, the presentation featured 41 creations inspired by the glamour of the 20s, which were created one for each model.
We loved the 1st segment the most in which the creations were red, fuchsia pink and saffron. The models were bare footed which just added to the charm. For the other segments the shoes used just didn't compliment the clothes which was a slight disappointment.
The shop stopper \Chitrangada Singh in a sensational ivory net lehenga, choli and dupatta creation splashed lavishly with crystals and sequins was just plain wow! :D
Pretty collection. I love the goldish saree with the red velvet blouse.. Just fab!ReplyDelete
every piece is a masterpiece..loved it to the core !ReplyDelete
looks like an amazing show..love the 7th one the most..the black and white one..ReplyDelete
Indian creations definitely speak volumes of stylesReplyDelete
Wow yu guys might have had a gala time there :)ReplyDelete
love the collection.. can't pick a fav as every outfit is so detailed n unique in its own way..
Loved the post!ReplyDelete
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Nice, would love to attend the fashion week someday :)ReplyDelete
TT rocks... I always admire his collectionReplyDelete
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