A free flowing collection, the pieces by Amrich are light, airy and perfect for summer. I love the dresses in this collection and can actually see these pieces being carried at shops like Anthropologie. The button down dresses are extremely popular next season and I might just have to invest in one.
Using a mix of vibrant and soft colours, Gaurang created a beautiful collection of sarees and dresses. There's a vintage feel to both styles with the dresses being inspired by Victorian times.
Love this collection! Gorgeous embroidery, beautiful colours - perfect for the sister of the bride or groom.
The colours and prints in this collection are currently hugely popular in both Western and Asian culture. I've seen similar prints in shops like TopShop, ASOS and Anthropologie- and I love them! These pieces in particular are perfect for a day event. They are simple, elegant and beautiful.
Designer Anushree Reddy continues to wow with this beautiful collection. Mainly made in whites and creams with hits of pastels, this collection features silk and sheer fabrics with asymmetrical and bias cuts. Flowing, elegant and feminine- this collection is perfect for the sister of the bride or groom.
One of the best trendsetting designers in India, Payal Singhal's collection features 70s style floral prints, loose fitting suits, and bandeau style blouses. I love the look of sheer pyjamis, and shoes that match exactly to what you're wearing- quite cute!
The final collection that I absolutely loved during day 3 of Lakme Fashion Week, was by Anita Dongre. I feel that the prints are quite prairie inspired but they are done in a very fashion forward and feminine way. Again, white is used quite strongly throughout with blue being the next big colour. These are quite pretty for a sangeet night.
Photo credits: Lakme Fashion Week