The final day at Lakme Fashion Week proved to be the starriest one yet with not one or two but 12 celebrity showstoppers setting the ramp on fire through the day. From Kareena Kapoor to Kangana Ranaut, Tisca Chopra's elegant appearance to Malaika Arora Khan's sexy one, the style and celebrity quotient soared through the roof on Day 5 and here are the ones that made it happen. For a finale collection as dramatic as this one, Kareena went for an all-black ensemble of a cropped black blouse with a large belt and a matching maxi skirt with fabric work. Chunky silver earrings, dark eyes and nude lips completed Kareena's look for a spectacular finish. When a queen walks down the runway, you know it's going to be a good one. Along with it, she had the dupatta pinned to her bun and a neutral makeup look.
Over the five days of fashion, we saw current and future trends interpreted by designers, models and local fashion enthusiasts, sporting street style looks and incorporating on- and off-duty style. With two stages and a number of shows each day, everything from exquisite eastern couture to more cool and casual linen summer pieces were showcased. In between shows, guests and attendees were treated to naryal pani coconut water and snacks under a floral canopy to stay cool. Alternatively, one could get a closer look at the garments by walking through the showroom where designs were displayed and available to be bought, straight off the runway. Fashion revolution and activist movements were present, driving campaigns such as recycling plastic water bottles to make fabric, or working with the UN to develop the craft sector and creative economy in North East India. Lakme Fashion Week was graced by many Bollywood celebrities who took to the ramp, walking for their favourite designers. Lakme, being a make-up brand, made it clear that make-up and hair were a priority on the models and celebrities.
Nipples are one of s hottest trends at international fashion weeks taking place around the globe. At London Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week breasts could be seen behind sheer fabric, as designers chose to eschew bras for their shows. Some nipples were barely noticeable behind otherwise conservative gowns, while others took centre stage. Fashion Week Nipples on trend as designers send bare breasts down the catwalk. The trend could have been inspired by the Free the Nipple campaign, which has been growing in strength online over the past couple of years.
I am looking forward to walking for him at the Lakme Fashion Week. Known for her penchant to pull off fuss-free styles with an effortless charm and an easy smile, Diana Penty epitomises all things simplistic and minimal yet classy and fabulous. The collection, Bagru encapsulates the art of creating vivid and intricate prints through use of natural dyes and traditional techniques. This year-old art of printing is a namesake to the town it originated in and its relevance to today exits in its eco-friendly technique. The dyes used in this process are natural and so are the processing agents.