The Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week 2019, that kick-started on Mar 13 during a Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi, is underway and many designers including Rahul Mishra, Samant Chauhan, Rina Dhaka, and Shalini James presented their collections.
On a second day, engineer Sanjukta Dutta showcased her new collection “Morom”, that means ‘love’ in Assamese. Inspired by butterflies and flowers, it encapsulated a hint of Assam.
Dutta presented a reduction of racial and Indo- western sensibilities that enclosed a far-reaching operation of jumpsuits, mekhla chador, stand tops and skirts. The primary colours in her collection were white, black and beige and was noted by floral motifs.
Actor Karisma Kapoor walked a ramp for a engineer and looked poetic in a black mekhla chador with festooned limit in white, red and gold. Teamed with a relating blouse, we unequivocally favourite how her demeanour was dull out with hair tied orderly in a bun, pinkish lipstick and poetic golden earrings.
Dutta’s designs tell a story, and a abounding Indian birthright offer as a good source of inspiration. The engineer facilely merges tradition with a modern, and a outcome is revelation of exquisite craftsmanship and perplexing beauty.