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

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

It was her fresh approach to sustainable fashion.

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.

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


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

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

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

Sukriti & Aakriti

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

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

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

Punit Balana

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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