Rohit Bal, is a prominent figure in setting fashion trends in fashion shows. He stole the limelight presenting his finale presentation. There was lattice,
Fashion shows – Current Fashion trends cannot skip the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) 2016 .
Lakme Fashion Week is one of the biggest Fashion shows in India that observed eye-catching trends in everything, in Rohit Bal, the ace designer’s lotus motifs, Rahul Mishra’s flaunting textile love with Dhruv Vaish, the young designer presenting an eclectic mix of fabrics and also the modern blend of Amrich’s giving a contemporary style. LFWs, the summer resort edition witnessed Bollywood star presence on a heavy dose both off and on the runway.
After the gallantry success at Paris Fashion Week return, Mishra, the Award winner of 2014, International Woolmark, astonished the viewers with 2016 fresh summer collection as the current fashion trends that concluded on Sunday at the fashion gala ‘Knots of Love’.
Mishra’s basis of collection always concentrated textiles and as expected the designer gave his best at the LFW as well. The designs and patterns were inspiring and he presented the porcelain designs on the bandhani garments. He added fine crafts, creating a blend of handmade technique to centuries old techniques, thereby detailing fine creations.
Ileana D’Cruz walks the ramp For Rahul Mishra show
Arjun Saluja, another designer impressed fashionistas at the event with art installations, where multiple designers used handicrafts and Indian textile.
Different perspectives and mediums were narrated to each approach and everything was unique. Saluja told IANS, there is Indian influence in his work and he is concentrating on aging techniques, working on Indian classic shapes and is deconstructing them to offer a new form and shape. He wishes to introduce these as current fashion trends.
Rohit Bal, is a prominent figure in setting fashion trends in fashion shows. He stole the limelight presenting his finale presentation. There was lattice, handmade cut works to mulmul yards to sunset gold hues in association with pristine ivories, intertwined with age-old Indian heritage techniques and organic fabrics.
Young designers also got an opportunity to prove their talents and to claim as the current fashion trends. Dhruv Vaish, presented a collection ‘Cerulean’, told IANS.
AMRICH, a brand of Amit Vijaya and Richard Pandav, presented an inspiration from the techniques, traditions, habits and styles for the LFW collection.
“LFW has helped reaching out to the world, and has given exposure to things happening around the world. There are designers and buyers, both encouraging.
The concept of moving dots, moving lines and creating lines or creating surfaces, were apparent in the use of stripes and checks are creating overlapping textures,” Vijaya told IANS. He also said that LFW is the greatest platform for big and small designers to step their foot and to hold to present their work to people around the globe.
The exposure offered by LFW helps designers in promoting their branding and business. In this way, their presence is established across the country in high end designer stores and the designers are able to reach international buyers. Amrich Goods, this season is launching leather bags accentuating the clothing line.
The fashion gala was flooded with celebrities and to name a few were veteran actress Helen, Bhumi Pednekar, Juhi Chawla, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mira Rajput, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Arjun Kapoor, Ayan Mukerjee, Sidharth Malhotra and many more.