Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Exciting Night Fever brings down LFW curtains

Suneet Varma’s stunning grand finale collection inspired by Lakmé’s night fever Summer 2010 was an extravagant end to Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2010

The Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Hotel was draped with metres of fabrics cascading down from the ceiling in lush panels. Three giant silver globes rotated from the ceiling throwing twinkling stars on the walls. A windmill gently rotated to the left of the stage while a silver balcony on the right of the stage was reserved for Medival Punditz Shai’r and Func who provided the most exciting live music for the show. As the show started a white curtain slid back to reveal a tableau against a glittering Spanish mansion. It was time for the most spectacular show of Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/resort 2010.

Inspired by LAKMÉ’S NIGHT FEVER Summer 2010 collection which, comprises Enrich Satin Lip Color, Lip Artist, Eye Magic Black, Impact Eyeliner, Lash Artist, Aquashine and Glide on Eye Color; Suneet Varma created a dream of a line aptly titled NIGHT FEVER that was a breathtaking vision to behold.

Presented in five segments the collection with the glitter of Swarovski Elements was a modern look at fashion.

“Color My World” was filled with a blitz of colours mixed with patchwork and mix and match options. A glamorous array of creations - chiffon coat, easy tunics, draped dresses, were worn with colourful tights. Zigzag print coats and side knotted minis, panelled beach wraps, Spanish black floral tunic, long ponchos and embroidered jackets along with belts in large crystals and metallic armbands and necklaces completed the look.

“Call of the Wild” was an animal print, motif and texture story with colours like black, beige, chocolate and a bit of turquoise. Slinky evening bias cut gowns dazzled with peridots and topaz. Net kaftans, layered frayed edged skirts, tiny blouses and capes and stoles had tie-dyed, shading and Shibori. The glam turbans and gold bronze armlets gave a luxurious look to the creations.

“Pucchi Prints” was all about graphics and geometrics for minis with fabric buttons, hip length fitted jackets, skinny pants with slits and zips, and stately gowns in peach, cobalt, blue and emerald green. Hooded long gowns, psychedelic minis and kaftans along with pant suits were a colourful presentation.


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