Contemporary fashion was the highlight of Day Two. Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.
Three designers -- Kanika Goyal, Kriti Tula and Sonal Verma -- showcased their winter collection at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016.
Take a look at these creations and tell us what you think.
IMAGE: Kriti's collection was titled 'Hopscotch' and was clearly inspired from her childhood memories of the popular game.
IMAGE: Tula played with checks and colour blocked lean midis.
IMAGE: Sanea Shaikh models pleated pants with patchwork.
IMAGE: A dash of colour to break the monotony of asymmetrical stripes.
IMAGE: Comfortable is the new cool.
IMAGE: While Kriti's idea of upscaling fabrics gets a huge thumbs up; question is, will you dare to wear them outside the ramp?
IMAGE: Canadian architect Frank Gehry was the inspiration behind Kanika's creations.
IMAGE: Much like Gehry, Goyal's designs too were contemporary and coming of age.
IMAGE: A dash of shimmer on your top with knee length coats is a good idea.
IMAGE: Women love velvet and Kanika knows it well.
IMAGE: Some wool to keep you warm for the winter. The length and fit of the jacket should be just perfect.
IMAGE: Kanika takes in the applause at the end of the show.
IMAGE: Titled 'The Dark Matter' Sonal Verma's collection was dramatic.
IMAGE: Krithika Babu models a layered creation with knitted accents.
IMAGE: Wool, leather, cotton -- Verma blended them all.
IMAGE: Work wardrobe inspiration, anyone?
IMAGE: Who said monotones are boring?
IMAGE: Sonal Verma is proud of her work.
Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016: Full Coverage
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