Aartivijay Gupta showcased sarees with bold prints which paid tribute to India’s miniature paintings. Paintings featuring green landscapes from folklore were cleverly converted into prints in breezy and comfortable sarees.
This blue saree ensemble from ILK by Shikha and Vinita was received with rave reviews in social media. Embellished bodice was transformed into blouse and teamed with twisted saree drape to make the ensemble look elegant, contemporary and creative.
The Super talented Mandira Bedi made her runway debut as fashion designer by showcasing a series of sarees in cocktail colours of fuchsia, oranges and blues with brocade borders and sequins. This fuchsia see-thru saree with black sequinned border is our favourite from the show.
Grey is one of the most difficult colour for Indian skin tone to carry head-to-toe. But the ease at which fashion designer Sourabh Kant Srivastava made this ensemble work earns him a spot in our top five saree picks from day two at Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014.