Tag: lfw winter festive 2010

In Suhani Pittie


As much as we envy the fact that Ms. Chopra gets to sport stuff right off the runway, this look of hers just doesn’t work for us. In fact, both ladies managed to kill lust-worthy pieces of jewelry! Jyoti’s look was a downright WTHeyyy! A shame really.

Left And Centre: Sabina Chopra At Lakme Fashion Week
Right: Suhani Pittie, Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2010


Left And Centre: Jyoti Gwalani At Lakme Fashion Week
Right: Suhani Pittie, Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani, Bharatstudent

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In Masaba


Both these young designers were spotted in dresses designed by Masaba… And though we don’t have a full-length pic of Nishka’s, I’ve got to say I like the version on Masaba far better.

P.S: Will upload a full-length pic when we find one, in the meantime, you can catch another pic here.

Left: Masaba At Araaish Event
Right: Nishka Lulla At Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani, Bharatstudent

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In Malini Ramani And Masaba


Spotted at the Fashion Week, Bina Ramani taking in her daughter’s (Malini Ramani) show and Neena Gupta at her daughter’s (Masaba). And both lovely ladies wore their daughters’ designs to show their support. Awww. Aren’t moms the best?! :)

Bina Ramani (Far Right) And Neena Gupta (Far Left) At Lakme Fashion Week 2010

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LFW Winter/Festive 2010: Manish Malhotra


Let’s hand it to the man, Manish knows just who his audience is and what his audience wants and sees nothing wrong in showing collection after collection of just that. Manish Malhotra has it down to a science, ladies and gentlemen. Besides the expected voluminous anarkalis and sheer saris, there were harem pants, salwar-kameezes and some western silhouettes in various shades of reds and blues mostly, those being the colors of Aircel, the sponsors of the show.

Yes it was repetitive. Some of it very pretty. And before the ink dries (or it’s equivalent in the web world), half of Bollywood would be spotted in it. So to speak.



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LFW Winter Festive 2010: Malini Ramani


Closing out LFW was Malini Ramani. Like her last collection, the Gypsy collection inspired by Lakme’s winter color palette was also divided into four themes.

Mirror and shell embroidery on black and tie and dye fabric dominated the first segment, Mystery. Bliss consisted of minis, maxis covered in colorful prints that from far looked like intricate embroidery. Cosmic went more tribal in nature featuring feathers, shell and coin embellishments. The last one, Nirvana, was presented by the Lakme models Lisa, Amrit, Indrani and Shraddha who wore black and red creations that were heavy on shell, mirror and tassel work.

The designer didn’t foray far from her usual offerings of maxis, full-sleeve dresses, sarongs but the fact that Malini sticks to her signature design aesthetic without letting it go stale always stands out. Love the infusion of her inspiration (the world) into this line.

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Bliss


Bliss

Cosmic

Nirvana

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