N is for Nikhil Thampi
The fab Nikhil Thampi wooed us with his rose gold roses the last time around. Sleek silhouettes, gorgeous details and one too many fans, we can’t wait to see what he has in store this time around.
O is for Ombre
The hottest trend this season whether it’s hair or clothes, we’re expecting to see this print adorn all the staples - shirts, trousers and scarves – in the brightest hues that too!
P is for Pankaj & Nidhi
The artisans are back after a break and they’re going to be giving us a giant helping of intricate embroidery enough to last us the whole year.
Q is for Quirk box
Is there anyone, anyone who doesn’t know about Quirk Box yet?
R is for Ridhi Mehra
Three words – Desi crop tops.
S is for Sculpt
Lakmé’s fantastic new range of lipsticks – Sculpt – for that super HD look and a pronounced pout.
T is for Top Knot
With fashion getting bolder this year, the top knots make it one of our predictions for most popular hair trends on the ramp this year.
U is for Urvashi Joneja
Back after LFW Summer Resort 2014, Urvashi’s super print play and street-style worthy collections get two thumbs up from us.
V is for Verb by Pallavi Singhee
Accentuated drapes, stripes and two-toned couture define Verb.
W is for Wendell Rodricks
Our absolute favourite Wendell Rodricks absolutely deserved the award he was bestowed with last year and obviously makes it to one of the most anticipated shows of the season.
X is for X-ray fabrics
Sheer fabrics with a translucent effect! Sounds like a dream lehenga to us!
If florals and sunflowers are your thing, this guy’s collection last year was made for you. Can’t wait to see what he plays around with this time.
It’s a given in bridal wear, but how about some really zardosi miniskirts, huh?