North-east fashion was the highlight on Day Two of the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week. Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.
Talented designers put the spotlight on weaves from one of India's favourite north eastern state.
The show #MadeInAssam was a trendy treat of sorts.
Scroll down and find out why!
Aagor by Ants Craft
IMAGE: Sarah Jane models a fringe overlay put together by artisans from the NGO Aagor in association with Ogaan.
IMAGE: The looms are handcrafted by artisans from North East.
IMAGE: Sustainable fashion gets a huge facelift on the ramp.
IMAGE: Bright colours in skin friendly fabrics ruled the roost.
IMAGE: Tasselled creations in earthy tones get a thumbs up.
IMAGE: The showstopper introduces the designer from Ants Craft Store, Bangalore that retails the collection.
Pariah by Pranami Kalita
IMAGE: Whatchya lookin' at?
IMAGE: Silky, sexy, feminine fashion by designer Pranami Kalita who works with Muga, Eri & Paat silks!
IMAGE: Gold and creamy lehengas for the elegant bride.
IMAGE: A dash of bit of pink and red to suit the festive spirit.
IMAGE: An earthy cape and lots of attitude.
IMAGE: Pranami Kalita takes in the much deserved applause.
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