Fashion weeks come and go, but none of them are as style defining as LFW. With the increasing sense of style amongst the Indian Women, the Indian fashion scene has witnessed a major transition. Indian women are no more reluctant to try different silhouettes and designer apparels. The recently wrapped Lakme Fashion Week 2015 is India’s iconic fashion show that sets up the standards of fashion & Style for every woman. We all look up to the designs of our desi demi – gods like Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi & Suneet Verma for our ethnic Indian outfits.
We have round up a few top trends set up by the Lakme Fashion Week 2015’s Spring Summer season to look forward to this summer.
- Cool Blues of Summer
Blue is the new black! Like literally!! With Manish Malhotra creating a storm on the ramp with amazingly embroidered Blue lehengas with flourish on the Day-1 there was no looking back. Designers like Archana Rao, Arpita Mehta, Neha Agarwal & Anaika showed us how mesmerizing a simple blue outfit could be. Brining in the coolness this summers, Blue is your “color” of the season. Enough said!
2. Boho is Back:
This one trend is directly inspired from the International Fashion Week and fused with our Indian style sensibilities with kurtis and tunics going Bohochic. Designers like Tarun Tahiliani, Neha Aggarwal and Krishna Mehta presented an ethic collection with pop of colors and Bohemian twist. With pop colors, geometric & digital prints and lots of accessories the Bohemian look is sure gonna take the college fashion by storm.
3. Tribal Prints:
Just like Bohemian, Tribal prints and embroidery from Kutch and Rajasthan have taken a centre stage along with prêt jholas & ethnic danglers and beautiful hand-work of traditional designs. Designers like Suneet Verma, Visra & Krishna Mehta took it upon themselves to imbibe lot of thread and mirror work with ethnic tribal prints to bring about a contemporary tribal look.
Florals have always been the summer’s special & this season is no different. With the International Fashion Weeks showering with floral bloom, it was bound to imbibe in Indian designs with floral prints, floral embroideries, floral motifs and floral appliqués bringing about a vintage floral era. From Sabyasachi to Manish Malhotra, Suneet Verma to Ken Fern all brought florals back in Vogue.
The one trend that is going strong since last year and has evolved further this season is Sheer. Sheer materials taking surge with tulle skirts and sheer duppatas, coats & sheer crop tops were absolute favorite this season. Bringing about a fairytale look to their collection, designers like Anamika Khanna & Nishka Lulla brought a lot of sheer garments to our delight.
Pop colors have taken a back-seat giving way to subtle pastel colors like rose pink, mint green and sunflower yellow. Thinking retro? Yes, these pastel lehengas by Anushree Reddy, Krishna Mehta & Sailex will surely sweep you off your feet.
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