Captivating Highlights From Day 3 And 4 Of Lotus Make Up India Fashion Week 2018

A fusion of Indian and contemporary fashion, day 3 and 4 of Lotus Make Up India Fashion Week 2018, had all the attention on mesmerising details. Presenting some of the most dazzling outfits from day 3 and 4.

1. Manish Malhotra

Huma Qureshi Manish Malhotra IFW 2018

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Huma Qureshi was a vision in a white Manish Malhotra ensemble. A dramatic white jacket with feathered shoulders was the apt oomph factor to her cropped bodice and ruffled skirt.

2. Warp n Weft Designs

Yami Gautam IFW 2018

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Yami Gautam’s Warp n Weft ornate orange lehenga accessorised with oversized tassel earrings was the wedding trousseau inspiration we needed. The embellished sheer dupatta complemented her look.

3. Architha Narayanam

Prachi Desai IFW 2018

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Architha Narayanam’s latest collection Tha’lassa had Prachi Desai donning a lime green lehenga with a golden tasseled hem. The outfit had beautiful silver sequin detailing all over with a lime green dupatta to accompany.

4. Poshpride

Athiya Shetty IFW 2018

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Athiya Shetty was dressed in a Poshpride ensemble. Her exaggerated red ruffled skirt was paired with a V-neck top and further layered with a silver blazer.

5. Sanjukta Dutta

Sanjukta Dutta Tabu IFW 2018

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Striking red and pink embroidery against black fabric, Tabu’s Mekhla Chador saree from Sanjukta Dutta was quite the stunner. The saree had a fringed red hem and tasseled pallu detailing.

6. Rahul Mishra

Rahul Mishra IFW 2018

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The beauty of the crafts of chikankari and daraz on handwoven Maheshwari and Jamdani textiles, Rahul Mishra’s collection ‘Gossamer’ was a detailed ready-to-wear paradise.

7. Pratima Pandey

Pratima Pandey IFW 2018

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Inspired by India’s rich craft culture and heritage, ‘Sone ki Chidiya’ by Pratima Pandey was a fusion of silver zari chanderis, kadwa techniques, handloom gold and other hand crafted embroideries on handwoven fabrics.