Glimpse of the Lakme Fashion Week – 2008

Style shows of the current period are energizing with dynamite, enthusiastic and dramatic perspectives. The Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) held in the ‘fantasy city’ of Mumbai during March 29 – April 2, 2008 is an able illustration of the equivalent. The new thousand years supported with abundance, and in the midst of a group of style shrewd architects, the show produced its own spot in the realm of design. Fashioners remaining to their underlying foundations and with long stretches of involvement worshiped the show an attractive look with a bit of vintage class.

The show was booked at the National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA), in Mumbai. This is a joint earnpaisa activity of Lakme, a prestigious name in excellence industry, and IMG, diversion and Media Company, and a worldwide innovator in occasion the board and design weeks. Shows were held in Jamshed Bhabha Theater, NCPA, and the architects displayed their assortments in tents called the ‘Source’, found neighboring the theater. 57 skilled planners showed their assortments, and 19 most significant style stalwarts were available at the design party.

JJ Valaya’s “Paisa”:

JJ Valaya launched the stunning show on March 29th by displaying a collection of front line garments and engaging gems in the name “Paisa”. His assortments filled the incline with an energetic combination of ethnic wear alongside Indo-western clothing types saturating a Rajasthani feeling.

Arshiya Fakih Eapen, “Araiya”:

Creator Arshiya Fakih Eapen’s assortments named “Araiya” were motivated by the tints of blue, red, green, with a dash of beige, dark, and dim. Clothing types were is a scope of silk, glossy silk, velvet, with dark, silver and polished gold embellishments alongside plating and weaving. Arshiyas outlines spoke to miniature minis in various styles and window hangings. Silk textures had embellishing, and squashed impact, while Lycra, crepe, and glossy silk were given rubber treated impact. Noori emblazoned pullover dresses with creased sleeves, brightened with gold frivolity, silk dress with puffed sleeves, and classical work, managed with silver fastens and rubber treated treatment were the features of Arshya’s assortments.

Drashta Sarvaiya:

Drashta’s assortment showed on March 29th was of an intriguing blend of arising pattern alongside workmanship and style. Her assortments had a solid mark look. Drashta’s line of garments spoke to a shining female look with trendy mixed drink outfit in a variety of tunics, coats, coats and so forth The outfits were in rice weave shirt, chiffon, and glossy silk Lycra concealed with motivating tints of green, purple, ochre, electric blue, copper, and the ever time tone; dark. Her curtains were in silk texture with metallic shades giving an emotional look.

Sanjay Malhotra’s “Night at the Moulin Rogue”:

Sanjay Malhotra’s assortments earnpaisa exhibited under the title, “A Night at the Moulin Rogue” on April second was the mix of formal western and combination garments. Silk and chiffon garments discovered their way in lively tones of wine, orange, emerald green and peach. His assortments were decorated with zari for creases, trim with sequin work, and botanical weaving. The rich white sari with flawlessly planned pallav in red rose sequins was the feature of his assortment. Adorned Jodhpur coats, ribbon outfit with wraps, peach outfits with dark appliqu, dark; off shoulder trim outfits were additionally depicted in his assortment. Mens wear additionally had a spot in his assortment with dark suit, crude silk coat and pants with inset creases on the back.