With an original design aesthetic, Mrinalini Chandra shows gorgeous metal work in chunky colourful designs.
Though this designer primarily showed a men's collection, the few female items really caught my eye. I love the whimsical florals with metallic waists and busts. These beautiful feminine gowns are perfect for summer evening out - don't you think?
Prama by Pritima Pandey
With a strong use of layering, the gorgeous prints are subdued by a sheer layer over top giving a peek-a-boo effect. This collection looks comfortable, simple and easy to wear.
This vibrant collection features saris, lehengas and anarakalis made of gorgeous silks with contrasting colours. This stunning colourful collection lit up the runway with its summer ready colours and old Indian inspiration.
This collection by Shruti Sancheti features gorgeous pieces with stunning floral prints. Featuring smaller, lighter prints on light neutral fabrics, these items are perfect for summer events - weddings, receptions, dinners, even tea parties!
Along with the summer ready colour orange, I love the flattering drapes in this collection. It's looks natural and so easily put together. A hippie, laid-back summer style.
Sonam and Paras Modi presented a clean collection using neutrals with a bright pop. The popularity of sheer fabrics has been seen through the past couple of days and also in this collection.
Loving this collection with peek-a-boo waistlines, summer ready maxi skirts, and beautiful pastels. I love the asymmetrical hem lines as it seems to elongate legs- gorgeous collection.
Photos courtesy of Lakme Fashion Week