Designer Anand Kabra continued his love affair with embroidery at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016.
Anand Kabra's collection reflected his love for all things Indian!
The designer used plenty of gota, aina, resham and zari in his collection, which had lehengas, shararas, floor-length anarkalis and saris.
Here are some of the looks from the show that was held in the parking lot!
Yes, you heard it right! The designer transformed a parking lot into a scintillating ramp.
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Model Rikee Chatterjee in an outfit for the modern-day bride.
The blue lehenga with zari embroidery on the hemline, and a long, gold metallic jacket had a contemporary touch.
A contemporary twist to the good old sharara.
Model Arshiya Ahuja sports a gold sharara and a white jacket with embroidered sleeves.
This outfit showcased by model Ashwati Ramesh will keep you guessing if those are a pair of pants or a sharara.
Deepti Gujral sports an embroidered sari with a gold jacket.
Now that's an awesome way to wear the sari, isn't it?
Models were a vision of white and gold at the show.
The designer also used colours like maroon, beige and blue in his collection.
The collection had garments for special occasions along with casual outfits.
Sucheta Sharma dressed in a floor-length printed anarkali with a heavily embroidered jacket.
Anand reinvented old designs for the present day woman who loves to experiment.
The designer stands next to a model wearing one of his creations.