The show at 1:30pm had 3 designers showcasing their designs. I was a bit late for the show and was unfortunate enough to miss the Anushka Khanna show, but was in for the Ashdeen show.
The Ashdeen show was a bright affair. There were lot of traditional wear, mainly sarees with touches of floral works & motifs all over. There were beautiful bright reds. Pastels and lovely turban-styled head gears was seen too. There was obviously a rustic vintage touch.
The Zhen & Mossi show started with a touch of drama with a heart-warming dance performance. The dancer performed with beauty & grace and started the show with a beautiful positive note. The collection started with a lot of ruffles along with glimpses of bling. Sheer fabric in blues were seen along with bright floral prints. Jadestone work jewelleries with art-form prints and white motif work were shown in the collection. The models wore nude heels and displayed long hair with dewy skin. This was indeed a cinematic show with lot of drama and shades.
Rajat K Tangri had a lot of metallic influence in his work. Satins in Turquoise & silver with a whole lot of sequin work were seen. Flowing fabrics like chiffon & georgette in peaches and silver panelled suits were also present in his collection. Greyish silver, white golden and silvery sequins both in wardrobe and accessories were noticed. The most impressive part was the lime green eyeliners applied on the models.
Shehlaa by Shehla Khan was a show that started with white with silver work. As the show continued colours were slowly introduced with shiny blues and lovely use of templework done on the fabric. Nude pumps & lovely leaf motifs were present on pastel hued outfits. The show ended with the glamourous presence of Nargis Fakhri.