By Pranshuta Arora (Team CB)

Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2019 just happened and how!! The designers showcased some of their exclusive collections which comprised of floral prints, block prints, flowy silhouettes and everything stunning!

Let’s have a look at the season’s best collections.

Anita Dongre

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Anita Dongre’s latest spring/summer collection at Lakme Fashion Week, was titled “A summer reverie”.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

It was her fresh approach to sustainable fashion.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The collection took inspiration from nature and thus it featured flowy, featherlight silhouettes in the floral pattern in hues of apricot, yellow, powder blue, pink, lavender, etc.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Maxi dresses, lightweight lehengas, crop tops, salwar suits, skirts, etc were seen on the ramp.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Integument

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

And Deep Pathak’s brand yet again made the heads turn with his latest collection at Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2019.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Detailed construction, frayed techniques and neutral nude and black colour palette took the collection to another level.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Layering played a pivotal role in the whole line up but was aptly supported by intricate embroidery, screen printing and inventive style.

Sukriti & Aakriti

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The Delhi based designer duo, Sukriti & Aakriti titles their collection “Rustic Boutonniere” which took inspiration from bohemian destination wedding.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The collection was a mix of botanical trends and ethnicity. A lot of Mughal prints were seen on the ramp.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The sister duo chose Kriti Kharbanda as their showstopper who looked drop dead gorgeous in an earthy ensemble.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Punit Balana

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The Jaipur based designer Punit Balana showcased his collection “Maya” at LKW Summer/Resort 2019 and chose Karishma Kapoor as his showstopper.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The collection took inspiration from “Maya Memsaab” a blockbuster movie of 1993 which was basically a copy of the French novel “Madam Bovary”.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The collection was a mix of label’s signature block print fabrics, organic colours and dyes and cultural lines and shapes.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

He used mull, silk and chanderi to prepare the collection. A blend of comfort and style, the designer chose the colour palette of blue and white.

Raghavendra Rathore

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Lifestyle designer, Raghavendra Rathore unveiled his latest collection “An Ode to Bandhgala” at LFW Summer/Resort ’19.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I
Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

The designer wanted to bring the heritage bandhgala with modern hues so that it may appeal to the global audience.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

He reinvented the women bandhgala collection from atelier. The line up contained artisanal heritage and rich handicrafts of India keeping up with the concept of sustainable fashion.

Lakme Fashion Week- Part I

Anil Kapoor and Jhanvi Kapoor also flaunted the designer’s collection.

Image credits:

Vogue

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