After a crackling debut last season, fashion designer Anavila Mishra showcased her collection titled “Mohenjo Daro” on day 2 at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 which celebrated Indian traditional handlooms and textiles. A series of rustic saris with shirt blouses and lose kurtis featured techniques like block printing. Ajrak printing along with over-dyeing and printing techniques were used on handloom linen, cotton and silk in hues of mehendi, ivory, navy and rust red. The highlight was the handwork done on the hand-woven textiles. The block printing and ikat gave prominence to the Indus motifs.
The intellectual Konkona Sen Sharma walked the ramp for Anavila Mishra in a rustic yellow-golden saree teamed with a metallic golden blouse. The show celebrated traditional Indian handloom textiles and definitely stood out as a crowd favourite.
And finally the Lady herself with the crew.