Day 4 at WIFW was a summary of everything you should expect next spring! From ethnic wear with intricate cutwork to LBD’s with trench collars, the fourth day had it all. Here’s a look at everything we loved from the fourth day of #WIFW
The fourth day of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week kicked off with Bhanuni by Jyoti, Josh Goraya and Vivek Karunakaran showcasing their collections. Designer Mrinalini showcased an amalgamation of flowy silhouettes in whites infused with blues, white and greens.
Sahil Kochhar’s collection titled ‘Dhoop-Chaon’ exhibited ethnic wear with meticulously engineered thread work and cutwork whereas Shweta Kapur’s label 431-88 displayed monochromes, LBD’s with trench collars, sheer tops, panel detailing on pockets, collars and waistline making the perfect sporty luxe statement for Spring and Summer. Dev R Nil interpret the Bohemian vibe in their own unique manner with printed suits and Nehru Jackets for men and crop tops, skirts and maxi dresses for women while Urvashi Kaur redefined Boho yet again with stripe on stripe ensembles, prints and checks.
Designer duo Rabani and Rakha put the best of gold for the wedding season on the runway. Lehengas in sheer, brocade prints, lace and embellished patchwork set the tone for their Spring collection. Siddartha Tytler’s collection represented the meeting of Victorian whites with contemporary fashion along with a touch of royal blue and gold in perfectly tailored structures while Raakesh Agarvwal took a cue from the festivities and presented garments in bright oranges with gold detailing. Concluding the day was designer Wendell Rodricks’ collection took its inspiration from Indian Yoga and its effect on the mind, body and soul. With shift dresses, kurtas, separates and capes made from khadi, cotton and linen the show had a calming sense like that of a spiritual journey.