Also a part of Lakme Fashion week’s designated Indian Textile Day, the veteran designer, Krishna Mehta, showed more of what she’s famous for: Indian and fusion ensembles that focus on fabric and texture. Long tunics with floral cut work, overlaid with sheer organza, sharara pants, brocade and cut work jackets worn over elegant white kurtas with delicate floral motifs formed the mainstay of this collections. Bright red broke the monotony of the cream and gold and showed up as blood red roses, on hems and cropped jackets to begin with, and moved on to saris and kurtas. The floral detail was replicated on the gold brocade covered wedge heels that accompanied each outfit, and were a nicely executed detail. A final section showed more ornate, brighter saris and lehengas that put shades of orange, fuschia , magenta and black together and offset them with sequins for a dramatic close.