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The Shoppers Stop Designer of the Year Awards encouraged 14 young, budding designers to compete for the title.
Putting their best foot forward, each designer created some stunning designs.
Presenting the first installment of our two-part series on the best creations showcased by these designers.
IMAGE: First up we have Adiba Zaidi's show where models dressed in fluid monochromes hit the ramp.
IMAGE: White is just the perfect shade for summer and the collection had plenty of it.
IMAGE: Designer Adiba Zaidi takes a bow.
2. Quirky Prints
IMAGE: White dominated Alka Bishnoi's collection too. However, the highlight of the show were these quirky prints.
IMAGE: The fun collection saw models dressed in cold-shoulder jackets and tops with plenty of quirky designs.
IMAGE: Model Pallavi Singh leads designer Alka Bishnoi down the runway. The designer was one of the four winners at the awards function.
IMAGE: Monochromes ruled the roost at designer Chitra Lal's show.
IMAGE: The show was a celebration of all things white and black.
IMAGE: Chitra steps out with her models in tow.
4. Denims blue with prints
IMAGE: Designer Krusha Gala played with lovely combinations of prints, denim blue and orange in her collection.
IMAGE: Dressed in a short number from her collection, Krusha takes a bow as she thanks the audience.
5. Flirty & floral
IMAGE: For her collection, designer Monika Sharma got flirty with floral and femme outfits. All her outfits looked pretty and stylish.
Dressed in a blush pink top and white trousers, Sony Kaur, left, struts her stuff on the runway.
A model, right, sports a kurta with cold-shoulder, paired with cigarette pants and a chic stole.
IMAGE: Dressed in a gorgeous floral grey dress with a brown jacket thrown over it, model Anchal Kumar walked with the designer on stage. Monika was dressed in white and pink separates from her collection.
IMAGE: If you think that grey is dull and only meant for cold winters, designer Neha Pandey will make you think again.
Through her collection she brought grey outfits to life, pairing them with some girly headscarves and canvas shoes.
IMAGE: Lead by her models, the designer takes centrestage.