Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Day 1 included overwhelming florals and view of amazing landscapes
Beauty brand Lotus makeup is sponsored by the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI). And this was the 32nd edition of the India Fashion Week (IFW), spring-summer 2019. Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week Day 1 was started from October 10 and will last till 13 October, at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in the national capital Delhi. As expected the event came with a bang bringing a perfect combination of fashion and makeup. This year the fashion week will be 4 days only but has assured to bring the best collection. Many designers showcased their collection on day 1 just scroll down the gallery and check out the way models were nailing their look.
Rimzim Dadu Collection
Rimzim Dadu designer brand is known for its creativity and perfection of the craft, anyone can fall in love with amazing details given to outfits. This season the designer highlighted her signature cord work taking inspiration from techniques of lace-making and stencils.
Huemn Brand Collection
Pranav Mishra and Shyma Shetty designers of the label shifted their entire focus on recreating hand embroidery from landscapes of Kashmir. The brand is always known for bringing energy in youth with their collection and this season they wanted to approach athleisure and street fashion this season.
Pero Brand Collection
Brand Pero of Aneeth Arora is known for creating and telling stories. For this season the designer retold a modern classic story, of finding a fish lost in the sea. The entire collection was easy and soothing, sunny yellows, seaweed greens and soft teal blues were colours selected to present the entire collection.
Rohit Gandhi And Rahul Khanna
Rohit Gandhi And Rahul Khanna selected “never say never” colour for their collection. The designer’s played very safely by choosing all black colour for their this season collection. The collection included traditional and ethnic attires with silver embellishments on jackets, kurtas, and coats.
Anupamaa Brand Collection
Anupamaa’s resortwear line ‘Broken’ had rejuvenation and the Japanese art of golden repair as its theme and the resilient starfish that grows back its damaged limbs as a symbolic motif. The line had patchwork in Anupamaa prints in myriad hues.