India’s biggest fashion event, the Lakme Fashion Week plays host to some of the most famous Indian designers. Alongside, it also provides a platform to the emerging designers with potential to make it big in the Indian fashion industry, proving a heady mix of creativity on the big stage.
With new designers coming to the fore every year, the event has become one of the biggest displays of new talent in the fashion scene. These new multifaceted designers bring with them creations that challenge the existing fashion sensibilities and set new benchmarks.
This year is no different and Lakme is all set to have 14 designers showcasing their collections in the Emerging Designers category. Here is a look at some of the emerging designers at the Lakme Fshion Week Winter Festive 2015 who seem all equipped to give the famous Indian designers a run for their money.
She started out as a fashion editor in a magazine and went on to establish her eponymous label in 2010. There has been no looking back for Anushree Reddy since then. Having clothed celebrities like Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit and Nargis Fakhri, very soon she is bound to be counted alongside the more famous Indian designers.
Her design philosophy is to combine elaborate silhouettes with subtle prints and exquisite detailing to create flamboyant outfits that can simply blow your mind off! Mostly into festive wear, this emerging designer is definitely someone we are putting our money on!
Known for ethnic, contemporary and fusion ensembles that demand a second look, Arpita Mehta is soon becoming a favourite among the fashion forward women. Her love for elaborate mirror work and detailed thread work make all her creations stand out. Be it a saree, gown or a lehenga, Arpita ensures that she leaves a stamp of her creativity on the outfit – something that we think is a mark of someone who is set to be a famous Indian designer.
The first thing that hits you when you look at a Swati Vijaivargie collection is the brilliant colour palette that she incorporates in her clothes. Myriad hues, ranging from subtle pastels to vibrant deep shades are splashed on the ramp during her show. Her clothing reflects the mindset of the modern Indian woman – independent, colourful and individualistic while also retaining an element of tradition. .Her signature style combines traditional textiles and crafts to create outfits with an international appeal, making her one of the designers to look forward to this fashion week.
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