On its third day, the Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2019 was quite a mixed bag with excellent fabric, cultural revisits, marvelous oversized fur sleeves, luxe modern-day silhouettes, and graphic patterns. Amrich Fall-Winter series became an amalgamation of exciting shapes, materials, surfaces, and a subdued color palette with Indian handloom and craft traditions in khaki cotton, wool, silks, and silk blends. The fabric manipulation on the surface gave it a robust texture. The hand embroidery and steel sequins gave the state-of-the-art textiles an area in ambitious tints. The mood changed into quite influential and celebrated women and their freedom — inventive, sharp, and of the route, current.
Ecru revisited the conventional sporting varieties of age-old Bengal. Influences using Brahma saree brought using Jnanadnandini Tagore in the nineteenth century setting the pallu at the left shoulder so that the right arm is unfastened for courtesies had a reminiscing sense. She was reinterpreting a classic vintage fashion with a brand new age beauty. The motifs had been an excellent addition to stand-out silhouettes. The collection celebrated the spirit of ladies for their brave picks and roles.
Sexy, brilliant, and ultra-female silhouettes in sheen shades got the birthday party waves proper in Pallavi Mohan’s series. The voluminous sleeves, crystals, feathers, subtle satin, and rich velvet with surface ornamentation became enigmatically chic.
Dolly J chose loud saturated pop colors, and the volume turned into well performed-up with a fun and energetic vibe. The time-honored 70’s florals, pleated skirts, and massive fur sleeves. Bows and pleated frills form an integral part of the pink carpet worth nighttime ensembles.
Pankaj & Nidhi’s sensibilities in sensitive florals and origami-like geometric styles on rich textures like fabulous taffeta, silk velvets, and organza with decorated styles on the floor. The luxe modern-day enchantment wins here.