It's pretty obvious by now - I loved Indian Textile Day at Lakme Fashion Week. It was great to see a new spin on Indian prints, cloth and embroidery techniques. Here are two more collections from that day!
First up, Deepika Govind's collection Pop Patola took a modern spin on traditional Gujarati weaves. The cuts were clean and the colors wonderfully bold. I loved it! My favorite pieces were: the black and yellow kurta/jacket (middle, first row), and the print blocked dress on the left in the second row. Also loved the pops of yellow in the bottom row's pieces!
Next up, Anita Dongre's Urban Goddess took bright Indian fabrics and turned them into easy to wear pants, skirts, blouses and dresses. It was quite a pleasant surprise and a departure from her usual stuff. I like!