House of milk
Fabrics that have a healing effect on your body? Yes, please! House of Milk presented an all-white collection that supposedly has a calming effect on your soul. You’d be surprised to learn that their fabrics are non-toxic and in fact, treated with Ayurvedic herbs to create a relaxing effect on your body.
Fashion is all about innovation and who better than upcoming designer Naushad Ali to tell you that. He chose the sari as a base and created garments that were then transformed into draped kaftans, skirts and maxis. Truly the perfect kinda relaxed summer wear you might be looking for!
If you’re looking for a versatile jewellery brand, look no further than Eurumme. This collection saw handcrafted jewels made of real leaves that were dipped in gold. Minimal yet striking, Eurumme had the real leaf and flower-shaped Agate stones in the earrings and bracelets. Rightly then, this collection at Lakmé Fashion Week was strongly inspired by nature.
Galang Gabaan—a label created by Lipsa Hembram used the organic dyed textiles from Korapur to create her collections. There was handspun cotton dyed in deep shades mixed with pale colours. Her display of Santhal saris in linen also became the talking point of her show. There were layered kurtas, midi dresses and flowy skirts that added a versatile touch to the collection at Lakmé Fashion Week.
Chiaro-scuro by Amrich
Yet another collection inspired by nature, Chiaro-Scuro by Amrich had garments that depicted sun rays, dark foliage and trees. The perfect kinda easy breezy ensembles, this collection had great amount of detailing and style. From pant suits to maxis with Shibori designs, Amrich truly had the fashion lovers cheering away with their interesting designs.