Lotus Makeup India’s first phygital fashion week saw numerous designers showcasing their latest Spring/Summer 2021 collections. Designer Shivan and Narresh celebrated their tenth anniversary by giving the viewers an experience with nature for the resort wear colelction, whereas Amaare Couture focused on recreating traditional Indian silhouettes with a contemporary touch. Inspired by the industrial design, Pawan Sachdeva’s ‘Blitzen’ saw contemporary looks with a colour palette of blues, blacks, metallics.

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SHIVAN AND NARRESH

Shivan and Narresh’s tenth anniversary gave us a safari-experience with resort wear collection. Elements borrowed from the nature such as animal prints that were mixed with fun colours, mesh pattern and bright coloured peices. The collection featured printed co-ord sets, mesh tanks and floral shorts that stuck to the theme of the show.

AMAARE COUTURE

Amaare Couture’s ‘Cosmos’ collection was a combination of traditional Indian silhouettes and contemporary touch. It saw a modern take on bandhgalas and other Indian wear in a colour palette of wine red, ocean blue, black and navy blue.

PAWAN SACHDEVA

Dubbed as ‘Blitzen,’ Pawan Sachdeva’s Spring/Summer 2021 was inspired from the industrial design, which was given a touch of contemporary look with hints of reflective tapes and colours like greys, blues and metallics.

BLONI 

Titled as ‘aLLOGAMY,’ Akshat Bhansal showcased the glimpse of a futuristic world where cross-pollination is a survival instinct practiced to thrive and create hybrid identities. It had a heavy dose of metallic colours and the runway was dominated with holographic coats, cream coloured trench coats and bombers.

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