Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week 2019: Autumn Winter Edition
The upcoming Autumn Winter 2019 edition of Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week (LMIFW). It will take place from March 13th to 17th, as announced by the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI).
With beauty brand, Lotus Make-Up as the new title sponsor for India Fashion Week 2019 (LMIFW). The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) is looking forward to an event which will celebrate beauty, glamour and fashion.
Moreover, FDCI has also revealed that they will dedicate the last day of the fashion week to Pearl Academy which is a New Delhi fashion & design institute. The Pearl Academy showcase will give students a platform from which to present their designs to industry professionals.
Rakul Preet to turn showstopper at LMIFW 2019
Actress Rakul Preet Singh will turn showstopper for designer Julie Shah at the Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week’s (LMIFW) forthcoming edition. Shah will showcase her new collection ‘The High Noon Affair’ on March 14 at the gala, organised by the FDCI.
“I am really excited to be walking for designer Julie Shah at LMIFW. Her collection is very modern & in perfect sync with my style,” Rakul said in a statement.
Above all, the designer said that her new collection derives inspiration from the blooming tree of peony flowers, capturing its abstract beauty and varied textures.
Karisma Kapoor to flaunt Mekhela chador at LMIFW
Actress Karisma Kapoor will walk the Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week (LMIFW) in a Mekhela chador, a traditional Assamese outfit. However, she turns out to be a showstopper for designer Sanjukta Dutta.
Dutta will showcase her new collection ‘Morom’ — meaning Love in Assamese — at the forthcoming fashion gala, organised by the FDCI on 14th March 2019. Moreover, it’ll take inspiration from flowers & butterfly.
“I am really looking forward to walk for Sanjukta Dutta at the upcoming show in Delhi. This’ll promote handlooms & the beautiful Mekhela chador. I am really looking forward to it,” Karisma said in a statement.
In conclusion, the designer said the new collection is especially for the modern woman of today which involves handwoven Assamese silk which is woven by the Assam’s weavers.