Lakme's Summer Fashion Week

INIFD introduced five Next Gen designers with their ULTRA futuristic collections on the first day at Lakme Fashion Week Summer / Village 2017

INIFD introduced Lot 23 new generation stars on the mainland the way it opened on the first day at Lakme Fashion Summer Week / Resort 2017 E 'was perfect style on the ramp when talented designers show their creations neo-futuristic mentors very Well by the fashion expert Chopra Sabina; For the public will appreciate that attended the show with greater emotion.

Pallavi SINGH - an INDO-JAPAN merger

Noida Pallavi Singh presented his ARCVSH label with a collection curiously named "Tokyo-Delhi". The obvious inspirations were Indian and Japanese, but it was the Japanese hand embroidery called Shashiko, very similar to the Kantha India and the hand print block that was the center of attraction of the creations. Indigo as base color, and a mixture of cotton and Chanderi, separate them were a feast for the eyes. Willpower plans adorned with long skirts, waistcoats, knee length skirts, and female created an impact on the ramp. The slit dress skirt above the trousers and white embroidered jacket and pants moved to the pure white area. The last flared long skirt embellished by a Navy bomber jacket was a large foyer.

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Appeared in several fashion magazines in India and New York, Nakita Singh, new fashion star Calcutta introduced her collection "Outline" inspired to delineate forms of Doodle and art. With nature as a theme, Nakita started with black / white creations and was embroidered in natural fabrics like linen and khadi to present a cool, comfortable summer look. Maxi shirts were highlighted with black contours on the blouse and cuffs, while the black / white jacket were striking big when they were joined, layered and fringed in white midi format. Capris baggy with vest and coat, short jacket with long sleeves Capris / robes and maxi with a long roof were super ve. The final sari and the creative cover linen blouse put an end to the fusion range.


Ishanee Mukherjee and Anirudh Chawla are sure that their label "Poochki" not only focused on the textiles and craftsmen of India, but also project their imaginative impressions with the size of wildlife and block print. The duo of designers of Delhi projects conservation of the animals by means, that sometimes was inspired in the East. Transparent and opaque fabrics in pastel shades of light gray, blue and white have been transformed into relaxed lace trousers, trim the top with vaporous sleeves and layered printed dresses enough steep summer print. Flared dress in printed layers of long sleeves, shorts, t-shirts and full coverage, an interesting overcoat dress and excellent maxi skirt with a ruffled jacket were ideal summer options.

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Award winner, Soumodeep Dutta was the protagonist of the student NIFT Calcutta and called his collection "bond of union", which had a spiritual flavor that aims to understand the foundations of supreme power. Featuring an innovative line of garments inspired by sari curtains, Soumodeep ensured that there was continuity in the sensibility incredible design. Here, the designer has allowed the user complete freedom and lively creativity to change the shape and form according to his desire.Large shorts were filled with Tunics and diskette tend to Sari-inspired worked well in striped robes The striped bat sleeveless dress was inspired by the sari while the draped hem rolled over her shoulders for a midi and covered Sari-cum- A plus size linen tops that was in tune with the theme.