LFW | Summer Resort 2017 | Day 3
| Ritu Kumar |
A mix of military accents, 90's glam and contemporary trends, Label Ritu Kumar showed easy separates, hot pants, tassel tops and dresses, graphic print separates, off shoulder maxis and bomber jackets. Berets, stylised military hats and chokers punctuated the looks.
| Mira by Radhika Jain |
Mira by Radhika Jain displayed ornate jewellery inspired by the Garden of Eden. Crafted out of metal and fibre used with multicoloured stones, the collection included pendants, rings, necklaces and bracelets.
| Payal Singhal |
Inspired by dark romanticism, Payal Singhal brought her signature silhouettes in beaded kaftans and and jackets, dhotis and camisoles. Metallic embroideries with tasseled fringes in midnight blue, emerald and black were paired side-swept hair. Statement chandeliers and music from 'La La Land' added to the grand mood on the runway.
| SVA |
Sva showcased resplendent festive wear for men and women. Embellished sherwanis and Nehru jackets for men made great wear options. Cold shoulder silhouettes and lehengas had us dreaming of cocktail parties and glam weddings.
| Amoh by Jade |
Whites and silver metallics at Amoh by Jade made a strong case for evening wear with flowing drapes and intricate embroidery.
| Divya Sheth |
Checks and a play of colours on flared kurtas and maxi dresses were spotted at Divya Sheth. The puffed sleeve blouse paired with a yellow chequered sari made us reevaluate our style goals.
| MadSam TinZin |
The designer worked with a unique concept of asymmetry in design, as opposed to experimenting with cuts for a softer, natural and more feminine touch. A particularly charming piece was a pair of dramatic palazzo pants in a deep rust brown tone flaunting pleats at the side, which was both versatile and vivacious.
| Farah Sanjana |
When modern meets baroque, there has to be a fashion explosion and that's what Farah Sanjana created with her collection 'Halcyon Days of Spring'. There were innovative textures, techniques and silhouettes that glided down the ramp on the graceful models.
| Chola |
Chola outdid itself this season, with impeccable fluid tailoring and deconstructed, asymmetrical shapes in pristine whites and greys. Chequered overlays added to the drama of the drapes.
| Sufiyan Khatri |
Sufiyan Khatri is an UNESCO master-craftsman, for 9 generations his family have perfected the art of block printing, specialising in traditional Ajrakh methods using minerals and natural, organic process. The flamboyant presence of Flamingos is the inspiration for this collection, presenting a contemporary collection.
| Shrujan |
Shrujan is reinventing their collection by presenting garments with a contemporary touch.
| Chaman Siju |
Chaman Siju is known for his exquisite natural dyed weavings in cotton with supplementary silk weft and has made pioneering efforts in the mix of local sheep wool and silk. He has created collections with themes of Ocean, Festival and Desert and most recently Maldhari - weaving a collection of saris on the theme of Holi in organic kala cotton from NGO Khamir.
| Amrich |
Creating an exquisite natural textiles with artisans in India, the 'Amrich' label by Amit Vijay and Richard Pandav has been on the fashion scene ever since the pair from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad partnered to give the country some pure clothing.