Anand Kabra Displays A Virtually Stunning Collection At The Palladium Hotel Senate Party Suite During LFW Summer/Resort 2015

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Azure waters, sparkling red and touches of nude, Anand Kabra made a distinct style statement, which would appeal to any woman. He displayed a visually mesmerizing mélange of options with 24 garments at the Palladium Hotel, Zenith Party Suite during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.

Bringing back the beauty of Indian textiles, Anand Kabra displayed hand woven engineered fabrics like kora cotton, shiny silks, georgettes, tulle, and mul. Having researched and worked in various weaving clusters in India, he highlighted Indian craftsmanship by using handmade lace produced in-house that gave serenity to the easy silhouettes.

The show was split into 4 categories. First off Anand Kabra defined a contemporary woman in her authentic form in an enchanting array of zardozi embroidery. The silhouettes constituted of sequined Patialas, lehengas, shararas teamed with jackets and dupattas in golden and rust hues.

Next in order was the indigenous Mulmul that the designer completely adores. The outfits embraced gathered kurtas, saris and lehengas skimming the floor in hues of olive, amber, and charcoal in conjunction with white Mulmul and silk. No woman would have the heart to refuse this perfectly urbanized maneuver.

The triennial anthology of garments showcased was the lace collection. Here, the coupling of the modern elegant woman was in Indian silhouettes of shararas, tunics, gathered skirts and Patialas. Undoubtedly, any woman would feel and look like an ostentatious princess.

At the end, Anand Kabra paid homage to argyle patterns and prints modernized with cropped tops and jackets teamed with lehengas and Patialas.

The idea behind this preview was the combination on Hyderabadi and Telenagana appeal, infused with haute couture, which could be celebrated by the contemporary woman. The versatile range spoke with panache of magic and elegance.

The gorgeous collection created a fusion of Indian contemporary wear, which was easy-at-hand for any woman. The awe-inspiring range was graced with an au-courant line of footwear and jewellery coordinated with the garments. Regal in form, the footwear comprised embroidered flats and jewellery. Delicately crafted headgears and earrings jostled for attention in subtle antique gold hues.

Anand Kabra’s ingenious creativity gave way to redefining couture with this vivacious collection ideal for today’s contemporary woman.