The beautiful bloom that arrives right after a storm is the key inspiration behind Limerick’s LMIFW SS’21 collection, Chrysalis. Sarees, maxis, shirt dresses and shirt-pants were enhanced with kaftan-like silhouettes, gauzy fabrics and dreamy colours.
Nirmooha presented Arruga, a collection underpinned with a breezy, holiday energy. Geometric patchwork, neat pleating details and plunging necklines fused with a deep fall palette of maroon, teal blue, coffee and mauve took the centre stage.
Archana Rao’s wildflower collection reminds one of a lazy day outdoors, surrounded by nature. There are flirty ruffles, dainty pearl collars and floral motifs that meet corset dresses, jumpsuits, sarees, 3-piece separates and khaki trench coats.
Ranna Gill’s Spring-Summer range takes you on a bohemian-themed safari. Wrap dresses, belted dresses, tunics, maxis and pleated skirts are paired with twinning face masks. Every outfit is highlighted with Gill’s signature floral embroidery and pops of ruby, marigold yellow, ivory, black and greens.
Guapa’s wholesome range of resortwear takes a dive into a fun, vivid colour palette of red, yellow, olive, pink and blue.
Gauri & Nainika
The designer duo brought the drama of their signature tulles, ruffles and larger-than-life sleeves back on the digital LMIFW runway. While the cinderella-esque gowns and dresses were paired with chic black boots, there were some sharp, stylish power dresses spotted for a morning to night look.
A fitting tribute to the glamorous and sophisticated era of the ’60s and ’70s Indian cinema, designer Ravi Bajaj presented menswear and womenswear. Shimmery and embellished sarees and modern-desi sherwanis, kurtas summed up this luxe selection of perfect partywear.
Designer Suneet Varma’s latest collection leans towards a breezy palette of mint and lime green, aqua blue and candy pink. A refreshing representation of the Spring-Summer season, chiffons, organza and georgette marry intricate embellishments and crochet lace work.