Here's are some more of my favorite looks from Lakme Fashion Week. Enjoy!
I quite liked Archana Kocchar's digital print saris. Very easy breezy!
Debarun's collection took inspiration from the crafts of the Turkish town of Iznik. I loved the clean color palate - indigo, turquoise, deep cream with bursts of bright orange and black.
Meera and Rohit Aggarwal kept things traditional but simple with classic silhouettes, bold colors and tasteful embroidery. My favorites were the black saris!
Neeta Lulla presented a collection entitled Radha. Here bold colors and classic Indian silhouettes dominated. I liked the more restrained collection, the mix of subtle prints, and the festive color combinations. The pseudo-Bengali sari drape (first photo, right) stood out in a good way, as did the showstopper ensemble - a simple white lehenga with an embroidered choli. I want it, now!
In contrast to her mom's bright collection (and her own previous, festive collection!), Nishka Lulla presented a highly restrained show with loosely tailored garments and soft colors. It's definitely very different, but in a good way. Less is more!