Day 4 Lakme Fashion Week 2019 Summer/Resort was busier and buzzier

Bollywood celebrities were taking all limelight this day. From actors, like Kalki Koechlin and Jim Sarah to showstoppers like Janhvi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor and Ranveer Singh from the audience came up on stage and they started dancing. Here are all the moments you probably missed from the latest showcases at Day 4 Lakmé Fashion Week 2019 summer/resort.


Mohammed Mazhar Collection

2019 Mohammed Mazhar once again paid tribute to white with his “Kadhai Wala” collection. This time, the fabric base was cotton cambric for the required flounce in the creations. With hints of very discreet blue motifs on the garments, the frills, flounces and voluminous silhouettes came to life on the catwalk.



The exquisite and intricate embroidery was infused with embossed horses and a few fish motifs, while the detailing spoke for itself. Layering and pleats were a predominant part, while the tassels and juxtaposed badges added to the glam quotient. There was a modern take, when blouses and belts, set a never seen before the trend.


Shivan & Narresh

For the collection, the designer duo collaborated with R|Elan an umbrella brand of new-age fabrics. Focussing on weaves from Bengal, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, the ‘Patu’ series is designed specifically for millennials and bears the label’s signature quirky and vibrant prints.


Narendra Kumar

Sanya Malhotra sashayed on the ramp, channelling an über-cool and athleisure chic vibe. The collection entirely made out of recycled polyester sourced from PET bottles incorporated the latest technologies like dry-tech, anti-odour and anti-static. The collection featured T-shirts, joggers, bombers, blazers, layered jackets and leggings in prints inspired by Indian textiles and Indian art.


Manoj Agarrwal

The collection titled Paakhi-Kaari was the designer’s ode to the Victorian era. Featuring a melange of ensembles like the saree and lehenga with a distinct vintage vibe, the couture collection was lavishly displayed in quintessential old era colours.


Anushree Reddy

Bursting with delicate, embroidered floral motifs and featuring classic silhouettes, Anushree Reddy’s summer wedding collection ‘Atirah’ married contemporary sensibilities with old school elegance. Collection danced between soft and airy pastel shades, like frosted almond, apricot, celestial blue, muted yellows, and greens.


Raghavendra Rathore

All the garments were bang on RR aesthetic–structure with a playfulness. An ode to bandhgalas, the ensembles featured straight kurtas with exaggerated ruffled skirts below. The colour palette was on the darker side of the navy blue spectrum, paired with some feathered hairdos that definitely stood out.

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