Designers Atsu Sekhose and Nimish Shah offered plenty of style tips at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016. Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.
Glimpses from their collection.
IMAGE: Atsu's focus was on reinventing ramp fashion. There were cutout dresses like these in prints.
IMAGE: Atsu experimented with the sleeves, and brought back the high waisted pants for the girls.
IMAGE: Off shoulder and slits, two extra tips for all you girls.
IMAGE: Just the right amount of shimmer and black, and you're good to rock.
IMAGE: Graphic prints like these were the highlight of Atsu's show.
IMAGE: Atsu with his muse.
Shift by Nimish Shah
IMAGE: Monica Tomas models a khadi creation from Nimish's collection. #IWearHandloom is certainly trending!
IMAGE: Titled 'Housewives from Alibag', the line featured printed dresses like these in earthy colours.
IMAGE: Balloon sleeves, flowy garments in textured fabrics took sustainable fashion to the next level.
IMAGE: Shah played with colours like red and greens.
Sucheta Sharma, here, models a skirt and top from the collection.
IMAGE: Comfortable clothing that's feminine too.
IMAGE: Alesia Raut showcases a white dress for Nimish.
Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016: Full Coverage
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