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Don't miss Narendra Kumar's grand closing on Day Two of the LFW.
He took us back to the Great Gatsby Era of the Roaring 20s with his men's formals.
And considering Narendra Kumar's latest collection was inspired by Frank Sinatra's Fly Me to the Moon, it's only fitting that singers paid tribute live to Ol' Blue Eyes as his models took to the runway.
Opening the show, however, was a lady -- Tamara Moss in a slinky champagne suit.
Next we have this creamy get-up with a neckscarf to add that hint of edge.
A model grooves on the ramp in orange trousers and a citrus velour jacket.
Brunch, anyone? This stylish white suit is ideal daywear for the suave.
If vibrant colours don't scare you off, this funky suit should be just up your alley.
Champagne for her, peach for him -- a real swinging couple!
A catwalker shows off his smooth moves in shades of mauve.
Black makes its first appearance courtesy Freddy Daruwala for Nari.
Patterning makes its presence felt on this zinging jacket, teamed with citrus shirt and pants.
At least that's what this floral embroidered jacket seems to say.
Kabir Bedi owns the catwalk as he steps out in the showstopper.
Bedi and Nari take to the ramp -- and sing a few bars from Fly Me to the Moon!