When designer Masaba Gupta, in partnership with boAt, presented a drive-in fashion show, Rediff.com's Rajesh Karkera and Hitesh Harisinghani decided to take a look.
Driven by comfort and inspired by luxury, Masaba Gupta's collection, featured breezy kaftans, saris with funky prints and fusion separates.
By transporting us to an era where nothing was ever boring, Summer 21's versatile, luxury-inspired silhouettes included playful florals, exotic animal prints and revamped versions of the designer's iconic motifs.
Scroll down to see a glimpse of the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week's drive-in fashion show which took place at Mumbai's Princess Dock.
The first time in the history of Lakme Fashion Week, a drive-in show was organised.
A model walks the ramp in a gorgeous pink lehenga, paired with a rose gold tube top.
Comfort is clearly the new luxury.
What do you think of these colour-coordinated separates in bold, funky prints?
The collection, with its joyous pops of colour, offered an escape into a period when everyday was a celebration.
Models walk past parked vehicles. People were asked to stay inside their cars and watch the show.
The 'queen of prints', Masaba Gupta, steps out to greet the media at the end of the show.
WATCH: Masaba Gupta's collection, Summer 21.