Bollywood beauties strut the ramp on the fourth day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) summer-resort 2015 in India’s showbiz capital, Mumbai.
MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA (MARCH 21, 2015) (ANI) – Bollywood beauties strut the ramp on the fourth day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) summer-resort 2015 on Saturday (March 21) in India’s showbiz capital, Mumbai.
The fourth day saw both seasoned and young designers showcasing their collections.
Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia walked the ramp for designer Sonu Dharnidharka who showcased an unfathomable and enthralling, Greco-Romani inspired collection titled ‘Eos’.
“It is fantastic to be here, to be representing a designer like Sonu and a brand like RRISO. You see so much extravagance on the ramp usually when you see fashion and over here we are talking about spring, we are talking about summer, all of that that it is coming through. So it feels so fabulous to see something so easy. I totally stand by the garment that I am wearing. It is great to be able to relate to a designer like this because it is the cut, the silhouette, the style, the ensemble everything. It is just completely me and my personality,” said Dhupia, who wore a high collared maxi dress with a light beige sheer overcoat.
Designer Neha Aggarwal presented her blended collection of Indo-Soviet summer outfits titled “From Russia, with Love”. The collection comprised 100 per cent cotton denims.
Bollywood actress Karisma Kapoor, who was showstopper for Aggarwal, who wore a blush pink coloured gown with a pink to chrome yellow ombré and an embroidered cape, set the ramp on fire.
“The colours are so beautiful and vibrant and lot of intricate work and what I am wearing, at the same time, it is so vibrant and very ethereal also, very trendy, young. Even though it is inspired from something, which is very old and traditional, which is a great blend, which is something that suits me,” said Kapoor.
Aggarwal said she chose Kapoor to be her showstopper as she had imagination her as a Russian doll.
Besides trendy and easy summer outfits, LFW also showcased a dazzling Indian bridal collection called ‘Decorative Arts of India’ by Suneet Varma, who chose Bollywood actress Nargis Fakhri as showstopper.
Fakhri donned a crystal encrusted red lehenga choli (a long Indian skirt and blouse) and dupatta (a long scarf) which she complemented with jewellery by Reliance Jewels.
The detailing work on the outfits, along with neat stitching on fabrics, was a highlighter in Varma’s collection.
LFW will conclude on March 22 (Sunday).