Lakmé Fashion Week has been championing the cause of sustainable fashion for many years. This year they launched the Circular Design Initiative which is a platform for emerging designers to showcase zero waste clothing design.
Day 2 of the Lakmé Fashion Week was dedicated to sustainable fashion and we were thrilled to see a lot of zero waste fashion from talented designers. It was a day when artisanal challenged urban and experimental challenged established. What caught our fancy was the sustainable hair accessories we saw at the shows on Day 02. Here, we bring you the best of hair details and accessories from the day...
Iro Iro by Bhaavya Goenka saw little floral wreaths made of fabric being woven into the braids for an enchanting look.
Miesu by Seerat Virdi saw a lot of baby bangs on the models. We foresee this trend taking over 2019, so get ready to get them baby bangs!
Pozruh by Aiman Sabri saw strips of fabric woven into cornrows and tied into a ponytail. A very effective way of upcycling fabric, we say!
The show by Doodleage saw a lot of thin braids being rounded into buns w which added a lot of texture to the look.
Sustainable Development for Northeast India in collaboration with Anita Dongre Grassroot Initiative had the models wearing tightly wound buns with gajra adorning them in a crescent underneath the buns.
The Rossbelle show had a lot of texture in the hair with parts of it being crimped and other parts being left natural. This gave it a multi-dimensional effect to the hair. With so much going on in the hair, little else was needed to accessorise it. Just wisps of baby breathe pinned to the side did the trick!
At the #fashionforlivelyhoods Anka show, models wore eclectic golden bands around their foreheads while their hair was slicked back into a tight top knot.
Ereena presents 'Bhoomi Bhoomi' saw a lot of garments in ari silk. So why not make hair accessories like this 'Sia' fringe from the same silk strands? Geniusly whimsical!
The #japantoindia introducing Bunon show had a lot of hair art. Hair was meticulously constructed into lattices which upped the drama quotient of the ensemble.