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Karan Tacker wears flowers and gets it right too!

March 22, 2015 12:38 IST
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Three designers -- Ken Ferns, Rimi Nayak and Surya Sarkar tell us how to get experimental and take home all the credit!

Ken Ferns

On Day Four of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2015, television actor Karan Tacker took to the ramp with floral prints and left us asking for more! Take a look at the picture.

Natasha Ramachandran

Designer Ken Ferns whose theme for the season was 'Eternal Sleep' managed to keep us awake through his creative outfits.

Here, Natasha Ramachandran shows how to look chic and stylish in georgette prints.

Tahir Ali

Tahir Ali who wore a buttoned up shirt with poppy flower prints redefined the word 'cool'!

Parul Duggal

Parul Duggal wore a pencil skirt with a sheer cropped jacket.

Ken Ferns with Karan Tacker

Ken Ferns who made an appearance with his showstopper Karan Tacker looked confident in a sleeveless polkadot suit.

Alicia Komodromos

Kolkata-based designer Surya Sarkar whose collection was themed 'Heaven's Garden' created quite an illusion with his ivory white creations.

Here, Alecia Komodromos models a bold outfit from Sarkar's line.


Gazi looked heavenly...

Parul Duggal

Parul Duggal looks ethereal in a sari-inspired creation.

Surya Sarkar at Lakme fashion week

Presenting Surya Sarkar with his muse. Take a bow!

Ugochi Latoya Igwilo

Rimi Nayak's collection was inspired by 'cartography' -- the art of making maps -- and brought some colour back on the ramp.

Seen here is Nigerian model Ugochi Latoya Igwilo in a coral blue jumpsuit.

Hasleen Kaur

Nayak's creations embodied graphic elements like the webbed dress presented by Hasleen Kaur.

Dayana Erappa

The silhouettes in satin, georgette, crepe and handloom cotton were high on colour.

Rimi Nayak at Lakme fashion week 2015

Rimi Nayak, the designer, takes a bow.

Photographs: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week

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