LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 2

LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 2

| Sanjukta Dutta |

Colourful, tasseled saris in a diverse colour palette with bottle greens, off whites, bright reds black and metallics were spotted on the runway during Sanjukta's showcase. Backless blouses and lehenga skirts added to the festival vibe of the collection.
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| Naushad Ali |

Naushad Ali used his signature madras cotton saris to create fluid and free-flowing dresses and kaftans. His soft and billowy silhouettes were completed by the use of wispy and earthy tones.
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| Indigene |

Indigene showed a line of boxy separates in muted colours and mixed prints. Tie and dyed was used to create simple evening dresses. All in all, it was a relaxed Indian take on modern work wear.
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| Padmaja |

Padmaka took inspiration from the shades of the ocean, showing a line of fluid dresses that ranged from frothy white to sea blue.
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| Maku Textiles |

Maku Textiles by Santanu Das and Chirag Gandhi presented an ethereal collection opting for a monochrome line of white and off-whites, unbleached cotton called 'To Be Or Not To Be'. 
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| Oshadi |

Summer fashion never looked more relaxed than Nishanth Chopra's 'Oshadi'. A 100% organic cotton line, the creation opted for whites, pale baby blue, pink, green, indigo, grey and dusty yellow.
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| House Of Milk |

House of Milk's colour palette was restricted to pristine white, where they used their own natural fabrics including cotton and silk. The fluid and flowing silhouettes were draped to flatter the body and embellished with 3D flowers.
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| Galang Gabaan |

Galang Gabaan combined checks and stripes to create fluid cotton separates. The lounge-wear looks were entirely white and cream with bursts of maroon and earthy reds. The primary weave highlighted the Santhali weave of Orissa.
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| Sailesh Singhania |

The designer showcased traditional jamdani sari, with smatterings of motifs of cows, birds of paradise, peacocks and exotic Indian flowers. The blouses were modern and feminine, in bright pastels colours in tissue, dotted with bows and edged with ruffles.
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| Wandering Whites |

 Wandering Whites showcased a fusion line of accessories which included circles entwined around the neck that ended with strings and imposing pendants. Necklace-come-arm ornaments and giant necklaces that reached down to the navel.
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| The Stitching Project |

The Stitching Project presented a fresh line of garments made from recycled, reused, washed and coloured vintage saris and fabrics in khadi and block prints.
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| Smriti Dixit |

Smriti Dixit unveiled a collage of jewellery created from fibres, fabrics and unusual objects that she stitched, sewed, folded and knotted into an exclusive line of jewellery. Trellised ponchos, mesh covers and embellishments for gowns stood out against the monochromatic colour palette.
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| Jambudweep |

Created entirely from non-hazardous materials, Jambudweep, handcrafted from industrial waste was designed into kurtas, maxis, skirts with layered sheer blouses, tunics with pyjamas and sack dresses with intricate texturing.
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| I Was A Sari |

I was a Sari presented a riot of jewel tones of western, contemporary, casual, beach and resort wear. Kaftans had fluid relaxed silhouettes and accessories matched the look of the attire.
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LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 3

LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 3

LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 1

LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 1