The final day of Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week was big on metallics, mirror work and exotic prints. Take a look at the highlights of the final day.
Designer Niharika Pandey started the final day of Wifw with separates, crop tops, dresses and skirts in conversational prints while designer Niket Mishra displayed flowy garments in shades of black and orange with delicate embroidery. Designer Rahul Singh opted for metallics in mostly silver and gold.
Designer Kanika Saluja employed metals in a warrior-inspired collection. What made heads turn was actress Monica Dogra walking the ramp as the collection’s showstopper. Designer Joy Mitra displayed a beautiful collection of floor-length anarkalis, saris, lehengas and embellished capes. Designer Neeta Bhargava’s garments were inspired by global warming and pollution with models walking the ramp holding their own miniature outfits in a cage.
The label Rehane exhibited a unique pairing of Gujarati mirror work and ginghams in modern silhouettes. Nida Mahmood lived up to her classic quirkiness with her designs presented in bright shades, prints and headgears in a collection named Good luck Irani cafe. Melbourne based Indian designer Roopa Pemmaraju’s eponymous brand showcased a line blending exotic Australian bird prints with Indian weaves.