My Lookbook from Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive’15 !
For the first day of fashion week I wore this printed shirt dress from QuirkBox’s latest ‘Love Story‘ Collection, that they showcased this season at fashion week. It was a laid-back cool look that I added a sporty chic touch to with these beige high top sneakers from Aldo.
In this latest winter collection, the designers have given you that warm feeling of fabric and print. From magical and playful colours to everyone favourite word printed on their ensembles – LOVE.
For Day 3 I wore this gorgeous bright red one shoulder draped dress from designer Stephany D’Souza‘s latest collection. This was an all out glamorous red carpet look.
At this fashion week Stephany D’Souza presented a collection inspired by Goa. Comfortable and wearable resort wear,that exudes a very minimal understated luxury. Her designs are all about the simplicity in the flow of fabrics in delicate drapes and relaxed silhouettes.
I accessorized the look with these stunning gold, green and blue statement earrings from The Little Bauble Box .
For Day 4 I wore this grey layered look from Myoho’s Maisa collection. I wore a grey sleeveless floral embroidered trench coat over a plain grey sleeveless coat cinched in with a silk grey obi belt. I wore the layered look over a pair of Levis 711 skinny jeans. This look was a mix of boho chic, androgynous and classic chic.
The collection Maisa was a layered fashionable tribute to women of strength. A beautiful synergy of the wild and the balanced, just like yin and yang.
The greyscale was effectively complimented with occasional bursts of red. I totally loved the loose silhouettes and boho undertones.
For Day 5 I wore this Arpita Mehta – gold & black mirror work embroidered crop top from her ‘The Golden Hour‘ collection paired with these grey dhoti pants from EZRA layered with a sheer black cape. It was a glamorous fusion look.
This season Arpita Mehta’s latest collection wooed us with eccentric pieces in mirror work and beaten gold embroidery. Arpita Mehta’s ‘The Golden Hour’ was a sensuous offering at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015. The designer used raw silk, tabi silk and chiffon in dramatic hues of gold, sindoor, emerald and sblack. The embellishments were elaborate and lavish as intricate mirrorwork and cut Dana embroidery along with salli fringes and innovative suede appliqués added to the highlights of the ensembles.
Hope you enjoyed all my looks this season at Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive’15 and big shout-out to all the wonderful designers for letting me style their exquisite new collections.