Remembering late Matand Singh, the man who breathed life into textiles.
Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
Designers David Abraham and Rakesh Thakore presented the 'Cocktails and Samosas' collection at the Lakme Fashion Week.
Its journey started with Benaras weaves which took various forms on the ramp.
The show was a tribute to textile legend, late Martand Singh.
The outfits were inspired by Eastern wrapping and tying styles.
The colour tone was restricted to black and gold.
The saris got a fashionable twist with the bow belt.
Textured brocade patterns on angarakhas were one of the highlights.
Fluid sarongs and sequinned skirts were teamed with collared shirts and jackets.
Caped sleeves with textured interiors and embroidered tunics were there too.
Candice Pinto models a black and gold skirt and jacket perfect for a cocktail party.
Designers David and Rajesh share a light moment at the end of show.
FULL COVERAGE: Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018