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TELL US: Will you wear these outfits?

Last updated on: April 1, 2013 16:23 IST

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As Lakme Fashion Week drew to a close last week, we are selecting a few outfits that appeared on the runway and asking you if you'd wear them.

Clothes at fashion weeks are often disregarded as being unwearable in 'real life'. Even so, the craze for designer clothes is only on the rise. (How else would you explain the numerous fashion weeks that take place in every other Indian city these days?) As towns, small and large, get more fashionable with each passing day, we are asking you our readers to tell us if YOU would wear some of these outfits.

First up we have engineer-turned-designer Javed Khan who showcased a line of unisex garments with a marked futuristic touch, which at times bordered on adventurous fashion. Seen here is an extremely eclectic shirt with a pair of multicoloured trousers.


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Debarun Mukherjee introduced his pret line 'Be You' at the Lakme Fashion Week. The designer used cotton and viscous weaved striped fabric in bright summer colours.

Freddy Daruwala's pair of linen trousers and a block print shirt will surely make you stand out. But will they do so in a good way?


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Yet another colourful design from Debarun Mukherjee!


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Prints on Aarti Vijay Gupta's outfits were inspired by Indian elements like the postal stamps, Indian tiger, the Indian aircraft, coal train, space ship, map of India and even the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Gupta's showstopper actor Misti Mukherjee walked the ramp in a dual map print sari.


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Inspired by the colour black, designer Rocky S unveiled his latest 'Rocky Star' collection at the Lakme Fashion Week. Apart from the fact that the outfit doesn't exactly fit in the spring, summer or even a resort line, we aren't sure it even makes the cut for Indian winters.


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Sneha S Saha's collection, Postage used natural hand-woven fabrics such as cotton, linen and silk. And while model Prabhjot Uppal who walks in this half-body covered jacket makes an impression on the ramp, we aren't sure if you may want to go all Tarzan-ny on your date.


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Young designer Ken Ferns got the circus to town but are you willing to join it?



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Kunal Rawal sought inspiration for his latest line from his worn workshop, attempting to blend the various elements of his workshop which translated in the form of prints, cuts and silhouettes in his designs. The result was this.



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Yet another interesting outfit by Kunal Rawal. A jumpsuit. Just in case you have to fly into space.


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Seeking inspiration from the various bazaars of the Pink City, Pallavi Jaipur decided it may not be such a bad idea to put everything available there on one skirt.



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Besides of course, the teeny-weeny problem of exposing yourself to lecherous men, this outfit by designer duo Teresa Laisom and Utsav Pradhan seems pretty interesting to us, doesn't it?


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