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What I Wore To Fashion Week

By HITESH HARISINGHANI and RAJESH KARKERA
Last updated on: October 12, 2021 16:24 IST
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Not just models and designers, you also bump into interesting people for whom fashion is a way of life at fashion weeks.

Rediff.com's Rajesh Karkera and Hitesh Harisinghani spotted these stylish attendees at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai.

Prerna

IMAGE: Prerna Mehra at fashion week. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Lifestyle and beauty content creator Prerna Mehra was excited to be at the fashion week.

The 24 year old looked stunning in a Pankaj and Nidhi creation she outsourced.

Prerna says: "I love going through local marketplaces and picking up statement pieces like the one that I am wearing right now and mixing them with my outfits.

"I feel like these are the easiest pieces to style as compared to more delicate jewelry pieces. I feel like they go with a larger section of my wardrobe.

"The necklace is from one of my trips to Kutch. I picked it up from a local market and absolutely loved it.

"It was priced at Rs 1,500 but I remember giving the lady Rs 2,000 because she told me how it was handmade and sold outside her house. I think it's worth every penny."


Divya Chawla

IMAGE: Divya Chawla. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

Divya Chawla, 36, is a mother and fashion influencer whose LFW look cost about Rs 250,000.

Divya was wearing this yellow flowy outfit by Urvi Dama with earrings from Minerally, a store at Linking Road, north west Mumbai.

"This outfit is fashionable and comfortable," she says. "These earrings are very unique. I love the style and design. I did not want it to be bling(y) and loud. It goes well with the outfit that I am wearing.

"I'm carrying a Christine Dior hand bag and am wearing Salvatore Ferragamo shoes. I've spent about Rs 2.5 lakh on my look."

 


Paranosh Irani

IMAGE: Paranosh Irani. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

Content creator Paranosh Irani loves to experiment and opted for a quirky look under Rs 4,000.

She believes that fashion is a variable that keeps changing; but style is constant and personal.

"I'm wearing a Zara blazer, H&M cropped top and shoes and the bag is from Esbeda.

"My glasses are numbered. These were goggles and I converted them into glasses."

Watch the video to see how Paranosh compiled this look. Video by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
 

 

 


Prachee Passi Hinduja

IMAGE: Prachee Passi Hinduja. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

Prachee Passi Hinduja was happy to flaunt her toned abs in a butterfly strappy top and loose pants.

Sharing her idea of fashion, Prachee says: "Before you talk to someone they look at you. So whatever you want to tell about yourself it's through fashion.

"I'm wearing basic monochrome with a necklace which was gifted to me by my mother on my wedding day," she adds, revealing how she put together her look in a jiffy.

"Even though my outfit is basic, the necklace adds an edge to the overall look."

Watch her explain her idea of fashion in the video below. Video by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
 

 

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