PAPA DON’T PREACH BY SHUBHIKA DAVDA DISPLAYED A CLASSY QUIRKY COLLECTION AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
Designer Shubhika Davda showcased a quirky yet classy collection titled ‘Twitterpated’ under her label ‘Papa Don’t Preach’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Much like its inspiration the range comprised feminine, flirty, silhouettes like dresses, playsuits, rompers, skirts, shorts, waist coats and bodysuits in rich fabrics like pure crépe, organza, silk tissue, chiffon, mesh and satin.
The colour palette stuck to bold eye popping tones of mint, coral red, blush, gold, pastel green, pink and peach.
The designer also added accessories to her collection in the form of suitcase purses, stockings, socks, clutches, sling bags and stilettos.
Embellishments comprised laser cut acrylics, mirrors, metal casted cages, beads, threads, crystals and faux leather, which were used to couture each piece. A trademark of each design was a bold heart in the centre made of mirrors and crystals.
The meticulously crafted designs were further balanced out with feminine elements like frills, cut outs and see through details.
The show stopper was the very gorgeous Sophie Choudry who stunned all in a cool mint toned ensemble comprising a fitted cropped top and a short skirt sporting decadent bead and jewel work.
Tantalizing and trendy ‘Twitterpated’ by Shubhika Davda will steal your heart and have you falling in love all over again!
THE MADSAM TINZIN LABEL WAS AN ALLURING ETHEREAL COLLECTION AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK SUMMER/RESORT 2015
Designers Madhuritu Dutta, Saumya Sharma, Tina Bhardwaj, Stanzin Dazes under their label ‘Madsam Tinzin’ inspired by “Aangan” showcased an alluring and ethereal collection at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015.
Dramatically romantic yet functional, the indo western range comprised easy-to-wear silhouettes, which made their way across the runway as tunics, dresses, jackets, tops, lehengas and skirts.
Fabrics like organza, tulle, silk; crépe and chiffon were used to accentuate flowing forms and graced the ramp in pleasant shades of blush, blue, sand, peach, white, tan and nude.
Floral embroideries, geometric tile prints, well placed pleats and light texturing added an edgy touch to each piece while jewel and bead detailing worked to add a glamorous flavour.
The designers also worked with a unique concept of asymmetry in design, as opposed to experimenting with cuts for a softer, natural and more feminine touch.
A particularly charming piece was a pair of dramatic palazzo pants in a deep rust brown tone flaunting pleats at the side, which was both versatile and vivacious.
Regal, romantic and downright royal the “Madsam Tinzin” collection aimed at modern Indian fashionistas by designers, Madhuritu Dutta, Saumya Sharma, Tina Bhardwaj and Stanzin Dazes is what any fairy tale princess needs!