Mention the term “Fashion Week” to any of the fashionistas around you, you will get to see an array of excitement by them. Does not Fashion Weeks ignite some kind of passion for fashion in you? Well, it does for most of the fashionistas.
What makes fashion week as exciting on the 2nd day as it was on its 1st? It is the fact that the talented designers are still showcasing their creation in newer ways and captivating and blowing our mind away. The same case happened with Lakme Fashion Week winter festive 2015 which began on 26 August and ended on 30th.
On the 2nd day of Lakme Fashion Week 2015, the winter edition which began on August 26 at the Palladium Hotel in Mumbai, designer Anita Dongre’s collection was showcased. Actress Dia Mirza was her show stopper. Anita told that the actress has lent a great amount of support to the designer’s endeavour and came along with a strong message.
Anita’s theme for Lakme Fashion Week this season is “Handcrafted Traditions of India”. She has attempted to showcase the splendour of traditional Indian craft in her collection. According to her, this season’s collection is bringing to limelight the unique forms of craftsmanship from each area depicting the diversity and intricacy of each one of these original creations.
Take a quick peek at what they wore at the ramp:
Diya Mirza, Gul Panag and Tisca Chopra all wore stunning black embroidered gowns and set the ramp on fire.
Shabana Azmi looked stunning on the ramp sporting an indigenous outfit from the ‘Grassroot Collection’.
Sangeeta Bijlani walked the ramp in a gorgeous blue saree.
Lisa Haydon, Gauhar Khan walked the ramp wearing some of the colourful heavy outfits from the designer’s collection.
Evergreen beauty Sharmila Tagore came draped in a beautiful saree from the collection and proved that she still can mesmerise the audience with her beauty and charm
The colour palette that Anita displayed on the runway consisted of pink, cream, red and others. The collection included the art of block print, tie-dye and chikankari. Dia Mirza and the designer herself dazzled the audience walking with the Indian weavers on the ramp.