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The Indian influence at New York Fashion Week

February 14, 2018 17:42 IST

Women, this is all the fashion inspiration you need for the season. 

Naeem Khan's latest collection was an ode to all the strong, motivated and beautiful women in his life. 

The designer turned the Statue of Liberty into a glamorous poster girl and his collection was bold and colourful. 

Take a look!

Naeem Khan

A model dripping in sequins and China red steps on the ramp. Like all of Naeem Khan's collection, this one was magical too. 
All photographs: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

 

Naeem Khan

The designer's Indian influence was evident in the creations. This model wears a gown, which was draped like a sari with pleats. 

 

Naeem Khan

Who says that brides need to wear only white, need to think again!

 

Naeem Khan

The designer threw in some sheer in the collection and created the perfect ballroom gown. 

 

Naeem Khan

The highlight of the collection were the long capes with intricate embroidery. 

Naeem Khan

The designer revealed on Instagram that the collection was also about 'the colours that unite'. 

 

Naeem Khan

Metals, colours and ancient cultures came together in this collection. 

 

Naeem Khan

The collection saw several hand-painted and abstract silhouettes with lace and sequins. 

 

Naeem Khan

Naeem Khan walked in with his mini-Australian Shepherd Raja in tow.

Front-row celebs

Naeem Khan

Actor Jackie Cruz, model Leigh Lezark and TV personality Chloe Lukasiak were among the front-row celebs.
Photographs: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images

 

Naeem Khan

Kathy Kelly showed up in a lovely white dress with floral motifs. 

 

Naeem Khan

While singer-songwriter Jennifer Nettles opted for something glamorous, actor Brittany Snow kept her outfit chic for the show. 

Rediff Get Ahead Bureau