DAY 3: Best of Bangalore Fashion Week
Anvita Thakkar’s collection labelled WOW 18 focused on being a trendsetter for youth fashion with a vast range of fabrics, quality craftsmanship and refined tailoring.
Radhika & Sudarshan showcased designs on scattered petals coming out of the particular five-petal flowers, petals converting into flowers and abstract-flowers scribble art. The collection convoluted Watercolour brush stroke prints and abstract scribble art by pot painting from West Bengal are important features of the collection with incorporation of flattering minimal drapes, layering & cuts on natural fabrics with great falls such as silks, crepes, georgettes etc.
The collection by Sony Reddy is based on Pearl Work. Hyderabad is well known for its pearls and has been called a “city of pearls” and the designers being from Hyderabad are representing the glory of pearl combination with Zardosi, Anchor work, Jarkan, Kundan, Gota pati and Nakshi. The Fabrics used are Net, Rawsilk, Crepe, Tussar and Georgette. Lakshmi Manchu well known Indian film actress walked the ramp and made heads turn as she glided in a yellow and orange outfit.
Ashok Maanay’s collection showcased the theme “THE REGALIA” dedicated to his highness, Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wodeyar. The vibrant hues rendered in the collection of Indian wear embraces the opulent culture and heritage of the nation. For the peerless Kriti Karbanda walked with a Red saree that showed the flavor of embellishment and artistry, comprising the Indian culture.
DAY 4: My Favourite Designers from Bangalore Fashion Week
Nisha Natarajan grazed her collection of Indian Festive Wear called “Mayura” which aimed at bringing fashion with a resolution. Nisha Natrajan a strong believer of “sustainable fashion”, included the roots and origin of the fabrics used, retaining the human element behind the making of the entire collection.
The Bangalore Fashion Week’s Grand Finale by Rina Dhaka concluded the 13th edition of city’s premiere fashion event. Rina Dhaka’s collection was inspired by Ferns and Petals and mesmerized the audience, through a visual spectacle, propelled by freshness, youth and beauty of flowers. Collection embellished with Swarovski crystals was one of the key highlights as it set the stage for glamour and added a vibrant palette to the styles by offering sparkle to the floral motifs.
Ofcourse Rina Dhaka’s show was the best amongst Day 3 & 4, but I also liked Snapdeal’s Collection too at the Bangalore Fashion Week 13th Edition. Which Designer did you like the most? Do leave me your comments here or you can reach me on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Bloglovin | Pinterest