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Fashion Week X FDCI 2023: Day four to see collections by some top Indian designers

Updated on: 14 October,2023 12:07 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: Aakanksha Ahire |

From watching fashion models pull off some beautiful pieces carrying chikankri embroidery to ending the day by admiring the designs of an Indian fashion industry veteran, Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI 2023 day four is sure to set the ramp on fire yet again

Fashion Week X FDCI 2023: Day four to see collections by some top Indian designers

Here is a line-up of collections that will be showcased today at the fashion event. Photo Courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week

While we are still getting over Disha Patani, Janhvi Kapoor, Athiya Shetty, and Rana Daggubati’s stunning looks on day three of Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI 2023, the fourth day is already here. From watching fashion models pull off some beautiful pieces carrying chikankri embroidery to ending the day by admiring the designs of an Indian fashion industry veteran, this day is sure to set the ramp on fire.

Here is a line-up of collections that will be showcased today at the fashion event. 

‘Qurbat' by Faabiiana delves into the allure of the unknown, the fleeting moments, and the wild romance that captures the heart. This collection boasts the artistry of Chikankari embroidery, the regal allure of Banarasi fabric, and the luminous elegance of Akoya Pearls and South Sea Pearls. With delicate Mukaish work adding a touch of mystery and shimmer, 'Qurbat' exudes romance and sophistication through their designs.

Vvani by Vani Vats
Vvani Piroi is Vani's debut collection at Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI, is dedicated to honouring the contemporary bride and her unwavering commitment to the institution of marriage. This collection draws inspiration from the powerful symbolism of threading all beads onto a single string, exploring how the intricacies of relationships can mirror the profound value that the institution of marriage holds in our lives. Vvani Piroi also underscores the importance of celebrating individuality within a marriage. The pieces reflect this concept by combining various fabrics such as georgette, silk organza, net, and crepe, along with an array of colours, including fern green, deep beige, ash pink, powder blue, powder grey, mint green, and pink, to create a harmonious whole, akin to the dynamics of a loving relationship.

Bhumika Sharma
Sharma’s ‘Retro Love’ has an aesthetic that uses a lot of prints overlaid with embellishments and embroideries, a signature of the brand.  This collection sees a definitive design language with an emphasis on colour palette and print development. The embroidery samples have been meticulously developed and curated to create a range of ensembles mixed with classic silhouettes and contemporary styles in luxurious fabrics such as silks, organzas and georgettes. The styles and cuts are all about shapely open jackets, wide-legged pants, pantsuits, lehenga sets and traditional ‘kalidar’ jackets paired with skirts. There are draped sarees, six-yard sarees with capes and trending co-ord sets too.

Mahima Mahajan
'Fida' by Mahajan is an explosion of colour and print, that balances the contemporary aesthetic. It reflects wildness and freedom. This season, the collection has more fluidity and employs fabrics like organza, georgette and luxe silk. Sleek embellishments, hand-embroidered beads, reflective mirrors and gold sequins add the finishing touches.

RARA AVIS by Sonal Verma 
The collection titled ‘Into The Wild’ makes you realise that you’re barely a figment of nature’s realm. This collection is a realisation of all those thoughts and travel plans that come to life through beautifully crafted pieces. It has silhouettes that spell understated luxury. The presence of textures is strong and abundant with intricate embroidered details that stand out with the use of old traditional Indian techniques. Key pieces are blazers and parkas that are dressy and formal making it quintessential for the season’s look.

431-88 By Shweta Kapur 
On a daily basis, we oscillate between the spectrum of having it all and the other extreme of giving it away. When we talk about power it is often associated with a certain level of strength, discipline and a bit of lust but when willfully given away, there is a certain confidence that exudes calm. It’s also almost liberating to be powerless and not hold on to that control. Kapur’s ‘Collection 20’, is the narrative between these two extremes. And the one narrating it is our version of the “It Girl”. She embodies the modern global woman who is always on the go and is unapologetically sexy.

Anju Modi
Modi’s ‘The Rhythmic Symphony’ is an exquisite and diverse bridal collection that transcends cultural boundaries and celebrates the union of romance and style. This is a trendsetting global bridal collection that draws inspiration from the harmonious blend of warm and deep colours found in nature's most captivating moments. Through its contemporary embroidery techniques, and seamless blend of various cultural influences, the collection will offer modern brides unique and enchanting ensembles that bridges tradition with innovation.

An Indian menswear brand born out of the collaboration between designer Tarun Tahiliani and Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd. is all set to debut at Lakmé Fashion Week x FDCI 2023. The Wedding Wear collection to be showcased, embodies the essence of Indian culture and tradition, meticulously reimagined for the modern Indian man. The collection is a homage to the timeless allure of luxury, celebrating both outer beauty and inner comfort. It merges traditional artistry with modern sensibilities. 

Drawing inspiration from India's rich architectural heritage and natural splendour, this collection features an array of architectural, flora, and fauna motifs. The garments are resplendent with Resham, Aari, and Dori embroidery, artfully accentuated with Zardozi threads, Pearl, and French knots. These intricate details evoke a sense of lightness, modernity, and ease, showcasing skilled embroidery in luxurious threads.

Falguni Shane Peacock
Falguni Shane Peacock will be presenting their street luxe collection inspired by the rising wave of modern street culture at the Lakme Fashion Week X FDCI 2023. The tailoring is an impression of sexiness and energy, combined with a new kind of chic coherence. The collection will include hip-length jackets with sawn-off sleeves, knee-length skirts and trousers reduced to slit-sided miniskirts, amongst others. The intent of the collection and the newfound street-couture definition is to express a sense of freedom, and an attitude of positivity and joy.

p é r o
p é r o’s ‘Cuckoo & Co.’ is set in a world where everyone is different, yet they are all the same. The collection’s garments and textiles are drenched in vivid colours and deep tones that are offset by psychedelic flowers and unruly stripes. In this season, floral motifs, medallions and other geometric forms come alive through the three-dimensionality of crochet, laser-cut fabrics, beadwork, stumpwork, patchwork, appliqué, and cutwork.  Jackets, skirts, shirts, co-ord sets, and pants in hand-woven Mashru, silk, cotton, and pure wool with gingham checks, stripes, prints, and colour blocking come together as this season’s garments.

Also Read: Lakmé Fashion Week X FDCI 2023: All you need to know

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