Karan Johar, Sonakshi Sinha walk in Shane-Falguni's debut men's wear line at LFW

Feb 03, 2018, 10:10 IST | IANS

After dressing women in India and around the world in their ultra-glam, glittering, couture creations, designers Falguni and Shane Peacock turned their creative design strokes on men's wear

Sonakshi Sinha
Sonakshi Sinha

After dressing women in India and around the world in their ultra-glam, glittering, couture creations, designers Falguni and Shane Peacock turned their creative design strokes on men's wear, which they launched with great fanfare at a grand show during Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer/Resort 2018. Actress Sonakshi Sinha started the show in a black embroidered jacket with fluid pants and a bralet; while beatboxers rocked on the ramp throughout the show and hip-hop dancers added some moves on the catwalk, to set the mood for the "Rebel" show.

The Louche collection, aimed at the millennial generation, was a power packed line. Playing with a mixed unconventional colour palette - light grey and pastel pink were parallel to blue, black and then went on a slight tangent to bruised charcoal for some masculine excitement. The looks gave a variety of options to the most fastidious dressers.

There was a masculine sparkle for the high shine pompadours, but trousers turned skin-tight and leather jackets looked stylishly funky with a cool 70's vibe. The silhouette was kept to one or two-button closures, two side vents, with ankle-length trousers, at times with white side stripes to add a sporty but formal touch. Filmmaker Karan Johar confidently strutted down as a showstopper with great style in a silver/black glittering peacock embellished jacket with white side striped pants, waist coat and topped the look with silver hair.

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