Lakme Fashion Week, Day 2 Opened With ” Kranti” And “Sustainable Fashion” Theme

Lakme Fashion Week, Day 2 Opened With ” Kranti” And “Sustainable Fashion” Theme
Day 2 of Lakme Fashion week was based on the themes of ” Kranti and Sustainable Fashion” and we saw many designers following the path with utmost graceful clothes.
Delhi-based designer Mandeep Nagi along with Kranti, a Mumbai-based NGO that works for empowering girls from red light areas gave away a splendid and goosebumps on the runway. Instead of the models the show had members of Kranti perform at Lake Fashion Week 2017 at Bandra Kurla Complex where the stage was set as a theatre and the girls performed the designer’s clothes.
The designer Sanjukta Dutta created magic with her stunning collection from the textile segment ” Mekhela Chador ” that was a perfect balance of modernity with traditions adding sparkles to the beauty. The showstopper for the show was none other than bubbly dimple queen ” Preity Zinta “.
The designer Lisa Hembram’s showcased her ‘Galang Gabaan’ label with fun spirited and upbeat designs. Actress Adah Sharma walked the ramp for her label as a showstopper in a pastel summer printed dress with layered details in powder pink.
Designer Sailesh Singhania’s Khadi silk sari collection made audiences go aww with inspiring hand woven work. His theme was inspired by ‘Pichwai’ paintings and ‘Mother nature’ contributed towards the rural employment.
Designer Amrich gave a perfect ode to “Sustainable” Theme with hand weaved silk skirts and dresses embellished with Shibori patterns in his label ” Chiaro-scruo”.
Soham Dave’s ‘Line by Line’ designs played with shades of black, white and grey to create a stylish collection.
Day 2 also highlighted craftsmanship of Kutch. Somaiya Kala Vidya presented seven designers with the tribute to the timeless crafts of Kutch, creating spectacular saris with a fusion twist.
Designers Sufiyan Khatri and Lisa Hall opened their collection “Flamingos” inspired by the regal birds. Lisa also added her ‘Sydney Street Style’ look,  Sufiyan showed her Ajrakh expertise.
The designers Jaya Bhatta and Ruchi Tripathi’s Indigene brand was inspired by the Japanese Boro textiles and created in mulmul, silk, khadi and linen, for a perfect harmony of oriental roots.
Naushad Ali gave away his nine yards a new life with draped kaftans, cool tops, sheer summer covers and pleated skirts.
Maku Textiles by Santanu Das and Chirag Gandhi opened the heavenly collection with the monochrome line of white and off-white and unbleached cotton called ‘To Be or Not to Be’.
Nishanth Chopra’s ‘Oshadi’ presented summer in the most relaxed manner. A 100 percent organic cotton line had white, pink, green, indigo and dusty yellow.
More than 15 models for the first show titled ‘Reincarnation’ presented the collections on Day Two of the fashion gala at the Reliance Jio Garden for labels Jambudweep and Wandering Whites.
The models walked barefoot to flaunt the effervescent collection of abettor and clothes made of gems, industrial waste, scrap from city junkyard and rubber tyres.

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