amanté adds sensuality to Lakmé Fashion Week Winter Festive’ 14

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Lakmé Fashion Week presented another winter festive season in Mumbai. 

In the 15th year and the 23rd season of LFW, amanté, the official lingerie partner adds a spark of sensuality to the whole event. From the fitting sessions to the finale evening, amanté has given a feel of opulence to models, designers, celebrities and guests. 


Gearing up for a big day, the models of Lakmé Fashion Week Winter Festive’ 2014 turned up for their fitting sessions at the Palladium Hotel, Mumbai on 18th August’ 2014. 


To begin with, this year’s opening show was a double treat for fashionistas as not one but two young designers with contrasting styles kick started LFW. The brand added more colours to the fashion week with “The Sensuous Pink Couch”. Supermodel Diandra Soares and singer Mansi Scott hosted the activity, wherein the celebrities were asked to pick a card and describe what makes them feel sensuous, bold, flirty or sporty. 
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Celebrities like Shweta Salve, AnjuModi, Mark Bolton, Carol Gracias, Kanishtha Dhankar, DeeptiGujral, Anjali Vyas, Bikram Singh and ShraddhaMusalle got candid on the couch.It turned out to be a fun activity with some very juicy revelations by the guests.


The fun and vivacious hosts offered their guests tarot cards with a twist. The guests were allowed to pick one card that defined their persona. They could choose between being Bold, Flirty, Sensuous, and Sporty. Many celebs spilled juicy details on their experiences in being bold and flirty, on what makes them feel sensuous and how they were sporty on various situations in their lives.  When asked about the flirtiest thing she had ever done at a nightclub, Shweta Salve said “I remember this one guy who trying to slyly take my picture and I wanted to do something without being rude. I promptly took his phone and dropped it in his glass and told him that now he needed to buy me a drink and refill his glass as well,”.


The interactive session on the amanté Pink Couch drew throngs of people and piqued everyone’s interest. The models boosted the fashion quotient of the Pink Couch and reinforced the brand’s dimensions of glamour, confidence and sensuality. The tarot cards and the hosts let all the celebs let their hair down and for those few minutes on the couch, they seemed like they were just girls, discussing their favourite moments and fun experiences. The amanté Pink Couch was graced by many celebs and overall created for a very fun and sensuous experience for everyone.

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Fashion How to style - Matching Separates

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The latest trend to powerfully roar onto the scene is - Matching Separates

Print and pattern are on the forefront for the upcoming seasons, wearing corresponding top to bottom, that too, donning a fun print is anything but brilliant. It's all about coordinating your entire outfit and there has never been a bigger range of matching separates to choose from at StalkBuyLove !

When styling such a look, keep everything else minimal and in the solid tone palette. The key to wearing a graphically printed coordinated ensemble is to keep the actual garments wild with lush printed details, but the shoes, bag and accessories free of pattern, as it may clash in contrast.

Wearing matching separates together instantly offers a perfectly pulled together look, effortless but yet looks sleek and sophisticated as it's one linear structure.  If you still aren't sure about wearing matching separates together, try swapping either the top or bottom coordinate for a plainer alternative - that way you can still buy that coordinated outfit but swap around wearing just the top or bottom each time, separately with solid tones. Exactly what I did here .... That kind of counts as doubling your wardrobe, right?

 
Whether you want to sharpen up your working wardrobe or liven up your street styling, there are coordinating outfits to suit everyone's taste and comfort zones.

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Ridhi Mehra Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014

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RIDHI MEHRA’S INDIAN AESTHETICS WERE THE HIGHLIGHT AT JABONG STAGE DURING LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014

Ridhi Mehra known for her Indian aesthetics and unique take on fashion showcased her new collection ‘Mystical Nuit’ at Jabong Stage during Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014.

Shades of beige, blue and black dominated the colour palette and were inspired by the luminescence of the night sky when graced by stars and the moon.
The designer kept her signature look intact and worked on creating structured forms on flowing silhouettes as an extension of her classic designs. Fusion wear took centre stage with more focus on westernised styles comprising skirts, blouses, jackets, pants along with Indo-Western dresses and saris, which were crafted in luxurious fabrics like silk, georgette, chiffon, net and raw silk. Traditional embellishment techniques such as resham, zardozi and beadwork helped to balance each piece and added just the right touch of sparkle.

The showstopper, Lisa Hayden of the movie “Queen” fame, left the crowd in awe as she made her way down the runway in a ravishing white and midnight blue gown accentuated by a trail while the bodice flaunted asymmetrical sleeves and floral detailing. Sexy, stylish and sassy, ‘Mystical Nuit’ by Ridhi Mehra was fashion forward and excitingly experimental.  


Vikram Phadnis Lakmé Fashion Week

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NAKKASHI PRESENTED A GLITTERING COLLECTION BY ACE BOLLYWOOD DESIGNER VIKRAM PHADNIS AT LAKMÉ FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014

Nakkashi presented Bollywood’s glamorous designer Vikram Phadnis, who showcased a plethora of hues on a traditional palette, at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014.

The detailing of the garments revealed a lavish use of the ever popular gold zardosi and gota, which enhanced and illuminated the light weight fabrics from a distance. An interesting blend of tie and dye also had a captivating eye-catching aspect that revealed a creative look. Vikram shifted from the usual hustle bustle of colours that he has normally displayed so flawlessly in his previous assemblages, to more hushed and earthy tones. The colours ranged from the deepest of maroons to mesmerizing greens, wild blues and spicy mustards. A number of Indian elements dominated the western and traditional silhouettes, emphasising the notion that Vikram managed to dominate the look on the ramp with his stylish inputs whether they were a pair of palazzo pants, kurtis or saris.
The ambience of the show was grand with chandeliers gracing the stage. Drop-dead gorgeous models catwalked down the ramp in chic Indian wear that featured silhouettes like short kurtas, jackets, lehengas, half sari’s, Anarkalis and long kurtas.