When geometry and fashion merge creatively for a collection, the result is a grand offering of stunning ensembles.
Disha Patil’s stylish offering, “The Labyrinth” at Lakmé Fashion Week 2020 Digital First Season Fluid Edition, was a scintillating line that will appeal to the fashion sensibilities of the New Age Bride.
The Labyrinth : Stylish Geometric Creations
It was sacred geometry that inspired Disha’s creativity as she delved deeply into symbols like, Seed of Life, Flower of Life, the Sri Yantra, and the Metatron’s Cube.
When it comes to memorable bridal wear, Disha Patil has always believed that crafts and a strong inspiration are the basis of a collection.
These appeared in perfect stylish harmony for Disha’s line up of garments. To highlight her unconventional inspiration, Disha’s embellishments were an intricate look at beadwork, paillettes, and sequins, which were precisely added to shimmer on the festive wear.
The pastel color palette with ivory, greys, and pinks for the bridal creations pointed to a distinct fusion look. Disha eliminated the dupatta from the lehenga, choli, trio, and instead brought in stylish one-shoulder drapes and paid creative attention to the choli, which often resembled an ornate waistcoat.
Ending the presentation was Bollywood beauty Diana Penty who looked stunning in an ivory deep ‘V’ neck tiny choli with sheer train worn with a heavily embellished lehenga.
“The Labyrinth” by Disha Patil not only created a sensational fashion offering for brides but will allow her personal style statement to shine through.
Masumi Mewawala Brought Vintage Elizabethan Glamour To Lakmé Fashion Week 2020 Digital First Season Fluid Edition
Masumi Mewawala’s ‘Pink Peacock Couture’ label has always brought the luxurious looks that are ideal for high fashion occasion ensembles. At Lakmé Fashion Week 2020 Digital First Season Fluid Edition, Masumi’s “Adorn” couture line was a dazzling jewelled display that recreated the romance and vintage appeal of the Elizabethan era but with lavish splashes of contemporary touches.
It was a feminine, easy to wear, couture offering that revolved around pastel hues lilac, grey, onion pink, nude and tan, which gradually moved gently to midnight blue and dusky pink that reflected the jewelled tones. The elegantly constructed jackets, flouncy capes, sumptuously encrusted gowns; elegant lehengas, structured corsets, and glamorous coordinated sets were the highlights of the line. There was marked attention paid to the highly emphasized sleeves and the glittering necklines.
There was a distinct preference for rose gold floral embroidery and 3D elements for surface ornamentation on most of the garments. There was also a subtle, chic, quality that was evident in the collection that will appeal to stylish trendy buyers who are getting their wedding trousseaux in order for the most important day of their lives.
From stylishly draped formal creations, the label moved to heavily embroidered cocktail pants and one-shoulder blouses, floor-length robes, body-hugging corsets with ruffled sleeves, shimmering gowns with frothy shoulder interest, and then brought an exotic sarong-cum-sari draped vision. An eye-catcher was a draped dhoti with layers of asymmetric skirt presented with a flirty cold-shoulder blouse.
Some more midnight glamour came in the form of thigh-high slit skirt, bolero, sarong, and a wide lapel, long-sleeved, cropped jacket. Flamboyant, long, red capes added a dramatic touch to the saris, while a one-shoulder balloon-sleeved choli with a beaded, rouched, long skirt was a show-stopping look.
To complete the glamorous theme of the collection, Masumi created hair ties, buns, hairpins, and scrunchies to dress the crowning glory of women.
The “Adorn” collection by Masumi Mewawala for her label ‘Pink Peacock Couture’ will be a line that will thrill the bride, as she takes her Saat Pheras.