Throwbacks and withdrawals have begun as Lakme Fashion Week SR17 has come to an end. Year after year India’s best designers and labels come together to showcase their collection on the runway and/or by a stall. While you have already read all about the shows from the fashion week, we’re here to bring some light on the top 5 stalls we checked out during the fashion week and why we loved them.
The stall was a one stop shop for all our dreamy bridal wear. From light ethnic wear to straight-out wedding trousseau must-haves, Matsya’s collection had everything! Their Pret SS’17 collection featured some handwoven chanderis, cotton silks & banarasis in ivory, blush peach and faded olives adorned with gotta patti. Day dreaming yet?
The clothes looked so lovely that our fashion blogger Hrishitaa Sharma couldn’t help but play dress up at the stall.
Aramaan Randhawa brought a striking line together called Into The Wild, which featured traditional embroidery and floral appliqués on trendy western silhouettes. From bomber jackets to trench coats, pleated skirts to striped tunics, the collection saw a diverse range of upbeat essentials. Check out the gallery below to see a sneak peek of the stall and how fierce does one of the pieces from his collection look on our fashion blogger.
3. Avni Bhuva
Borada based designer – Avni Bhuva made a stylish statement with her Vasanta collection that showcased some contemporary pieces. Inspired by the Mughal era, the collection saw some intricate brocade work, handwoven chanderi and tussar. The stall was decorated with equal passion as the work put in her collection. She even designed a custom made kaftan dress for Team MissMalini that got loads of praises by the fashion week goers!
4. Ka Sha
The cosy stall filled with pops of colours could not be missed at LFW. Ka Sha brought a fun mix of colour play with cotton. The collection was as vibrant in the stall as it looked at the runway. Only if we were not so busy we would’ve picked a few numbers for our summer wardrobe!
5. The Right Cut
This stall instantly grabbed our attention as we are among those who love keeping all shades of white as the base colour. The collection spotted at the stall had really pretty floral appliqué work in all pieces of The Right Cut. From backless cholis , beautiful anghrakhas to sassy summer dresses, the collection was a refreshing take on Indian summer.
So that’s all the fashion from the stalls that you couldn’t have missed! Tell us which stall did you like the most by commenting below.