The Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Autumn Winter’ 2019 (LMIFW AW’19), a four-day event, kickstarted on Mar 13 during a Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi. At a eventuality this year, conform week regulars like Rahul Mishra, Samant Chauhan. Rina Dhaka, Shalini James, Sahil Kocchar and Namrata Joshipura, among others showcased their collection. What is special and engaging about this year though, is a change in concentration towards sustainability, immature fashion, and environmental consciousness.
Here’s a roundup of a collections during a Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Autumn Winter’ 2019 (LMIFW AW’19).
Fashion engineer Rina Dhaka’s creations witnessed a lot of florals, exaggeration of line and prints with confidant genealogical prints, cover necks, large shoulders, large sleeves and asymmetrical skirts on a runway.
Shalini James’s collection was desirous by Chitrakoot, a forested city in Madhya Pradesh. The collection featured dark, puzzling timberland colours in healthy dyes, like jackal brown, peacock blue, berry red, acai immature and moist indigo.
Designer Samant Chauhan, gripping his concentration on tolerable fashion, came adult with minimalistic prints that looked large on a runway. Hues of white with red and black to mangle a routine dominated his collection.
Fashion engineer Sahil Kocchar’s collection ‘Hridya’ was about environment-friendly fabrics, presented in a progression of colours trimming from mustard stripes, pink, primitive ivory, and low blue.
As per a designer, his collection, this year looks behind on a decade-long journey, that began with a scrutiny of an critical fact of life – metamorphosis. The creations during a runway saw engaging contrasts and brew of fabrics, geometric prints, asymmetrical cuts that total Eastern mysticism with Western meticulousness and highlighted a overlap.
Designer Suket Dhir, who also focused on environmental-friendly fabrics and tolerable fashion, came adult with a collection that displayed conform brazen and minimal wastage designs – trimming from infrequent wears to formals.
What do we consider of this year’s collection?